12 posts tagged free printable
As soon as I saw this label set, i downloaded every single piece! Such a fun idea in so many different designs. Though I don’t write a lot of letters, I do send a lot of packages for my jewellery and these would certainly ‘pep’ them up! Make sure to check out the rest of World Label, they have lots of label designs for different occasions, usually designed by some very talented bloggers.
Daily Post It Prioritizer | Heartmade Blog
I have countless to-do list pads, notebooks, Outlook diaries, iPhone diaries and more to keep my self organised, but I always end up using post its! You’ll find them stuck up all over my desk, on books, on pieces of paper, on each other. I know I’ll never stop using them but I’m hoping that this little prioritizer will help me at least keep them organised! Plus how cute is it with those little peeking girls?!
Free Tutorials & Free Printable | Nicole’s Classes
Here’s another great website that gives great lessons (for free!) on Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and Photography. There are also some paid lessons that you can do online. This reading list is part of a tutorial on formatting to print in Illustrator but you can also download the lists in the two colours. So not only do you get to learn a new skill, you get free things too!
Picnic Baskets & Free Printable | Oh Happy Day
I was just thinking the other day how nice it would be to go out and have a picnic… whilst it was pouring with rain! I think winter is finally here. But for y’all who are still having lovely weather this is a really fun project. The little individual bags are so cute and quite easy to put together - no glue or tape required! Oh boy I could really go a nice cold lemonade and dip with vegetable sticks right now!
Something Wicked This Way Comes | Frog Prince Paperie
The scene from Harry Potter when they sing this song is one of my favourite scenes, so I adore this free print! Does anyone else hear it being sung in their head when they read that?! If you’re not really into hanging bats, etc in your house but want to decorate, this is a quick and easy way.
Trompe L’oeil Cake Stand with Free Printable | Oh Happy Day
I’ve always wanted a cake stand, but the ones I want are those super expensive vintage tea cup and plate stands! So the next best thing would be this trompe l’oeil cake stand until I can afford the real thing!
Will We Have Rainbows, Day After Day? | Making It Lovely
This is one of my favourite songs, so I will definitely be printing this out and hanging it up! Such gorgeous colours and well set out, it’s hard to come across free pretty art like this.
Scratch Off Lottery Tickets | Oh The Lovely Things
OK, confession time: scratchies are my weakness. I rarely gamble but when I do, it’s always scratchies! And I always get the ‘Crossword’ scratchie, where you have a panel that you scratch off one by one to reveal letters. You then look at all your words below and keep scratching until you get a whole word - if you get ten words or more, you win $250,000. And this is usually my thought process when I’m doing it:
‘Oh my god. Oh my god, what if I win the $250,000? Oh, YES, I got the G. G. What else do I need? I need an E. Oh my god, I could buy a new car and go on a holiday! Wow, $250,000. OK, an X. I don’t need an X. Three more letters to go. Oh my god. Mum will be so surprised when I call her and tell her I won $250,000! YES! I GOT AN E! ALL I NEED IS A T! OK! I GOT A…. oh. Z. I guess I’ll be working for a while longer’ *rips up ticket*
The thing with lottery tickets though is that you don’t always win (uh, rarely win!) But with these home-made tickets, you’re sure to always get an amazing prize! There are so many uses for these - you could make chores fun by making them into tickets (oh man, three vacuums!) or they could make great Christmas gifts. Plus, there are some gorgeous templates to download and add your own prizes to!
Free Printable: Birthday Calendar | The Pretty Blog
As part of my ‘Get Organised’ revolution, I’m determined to remember everyone’s birthday this year. Well, what’s left of this year. This is such a gorgeous freebie, a nice way to have both a pretty art on your wall and keep organised!
Free Printable: Summer Fruits Labels | Creature Comforts
So my foray into canning/make jam came to an abrupt halt when I realised how expensive it is! I love this labels though and will probably use them to add to other items I’ve made. And if you are into canning, they’re great for that too!
Mom’s Got A Latte Do Today Printable & Tutorial | Skip To My Lou
I’m no mum, but I still think this is such a great list! Erin Vale of Vale Designs designed this to do list especially for Skip To My Lou, and then Skip To My Lou did a great tutorial on how to turn the pages into a magnetic list! One of the best things about this list is that you can not only write the task, but specify if it’s for a specific child and add any notes underneath (i.e. Cooking Class, Mia, Don’t forget tiny chef’s hat) I’ve always wanted to try making rippable lists and I think this a would be a great present for a friend at work - a great excuse to try!
p.s - clicking on the image will take you to the download, the link above is the link to how to make the magnetic notepad!
Printable Thread Bobbins | Wild Olive
I went to make this woven bracelet the other day and decided to search for my thread from my cross stitch days and what I found was a huge, massive tangled mess. Sigh.
So I now need to go and buy some more thread because there’s no way I’m going to try and sort that ball of thread. But next time I’m going to use these printable thread bobbins so I don’t waste more money!