26 posts tagged printables
My birthday is coming up and I’m thinking of having a breakfast/brunch celebration. I was kind of umming and ahhing about it but then I saw this free download and thought ‘well I’m going to have to do it now, just so I can use these!’. Now just to work out the rest… like what to eat, where to have it, what time, who to invite…
I’m loving these incredibly cute halloween printables from Design Is Yay, especially that vampire! There’s three great freebies - paper, stickers and treat boxes.
Each year Creature Comforts puts together a brilliant round up of free Christmas printables and the ones this year and just so amazing I had to share! I particularly love the ones from Ellinee (the woodland ones) and I’ve already printed off the tags for my presents!
I love dinner parties. I’ve never really been one to want boozy house parties - how am I meant to talk to anyone?! No, I prefer those dinners where you talk and talk until you realise that it’s midnight and you haven’t served dessert yet! But I never went to finishing school so I’ve never really known where the salad fork goes (mm, I don’t think I have salad forks actually) But these classy printable placemats will fix all that - plus they come in one of my all time favourite colours, kelly green!
When I was younger I loved paper dolls! Now I’m older I love making them for my niece (which means I get to keep playing with them too!) Well here is a gorgeous set of fashionable paper dolls that you don’t have to be 5 to play with! I’m thinking that these would make a fun set to print on magnet paper and give to a fashionista friend as a gift!
There are a ton of poison bottle printables available but I like this one because it’s also a DIY on how to create the bottles too. I particularly like the ‘venomous’ label!
I’ve posted a lot of recipe cards on S+T but I think that these are my favourite ones! Plus how cool would the pattern on the back look as wallpaper in a kitchen!? This would be a great Christmas present - print some of these, tie with ribbon, add some pretty tea towels maybe a couple of those cool retro utensils - done!
Well I’m loving the Halloween DIYs on show this year, all my favourite blogs have really outdone themselves! Of course Creature Comforts is included on this list - these actually kind of classy Halloween printables would be perfect treats for adults as well as kids! I particularly love the spider printable!
There’s nothing nicer than getting mail that’s not a bill or junk mail, so may I suggest you make someone’s day by sending them one of these lovely note cards?! Invite them out for coffee, update them on what’s been going on or just let them know you are thinking of them!
Have You Heard Of? | Kitschy Digitals
One of my favourite illustrators Mel Stringer recently wrote about a new site that she is selling some of her artwork through and I’m in love with it! Kitschy Digitals sells digital crafts, blog & design elements, sewing patterns, photos and photographer templates. I’m going to be getting some of the super cute sewing patterns, especially the Wild Olive ones!
It’s always good to have some printable tags saved on your computer for those ‘emergency present’ times! And these ones are incredibly pretty too. Check out the rest of Fellow Fellow for some more lovely downloads too.
I finally found the CD I lost yonks ago from the local Library so now I can finally return to start borrowing books again! So of course I need an adorable bookmark to mark where I am in the multitude of books I plan on borrowing! This wee little fox is perfect - and if I forget to take it out of a book before I return it I can just print a new one!
Printable Spring Grocery Pad | Ellinee
If you’re like me, you get to the grocery store and then think… what was I meant to buy!? So you buy what you think you need only to get back home and realise… you already have three of each item. Yikes. But if you print off this pretty pad and keep it in your bag, you’ll never end up with 3 bags of potato roasts. Yep.
If you want to see where I get my writing style from, check out my dad’s website, timtuck.com! My dad has been a teacher for longer than I have been alive (I’m pretty sure it’s been 30 years this year!) and not only does he teach music and drama, he also teaches social studies, science and takes home room, writes books and has produced several plays (some of which have been performed overseas!). He finally put a website together and I have to say it is brilliant. He always finds the most amazing links, especially for iPad and has also put up for download his music and drama posters. If you know a teacher or are a teacher yourself I think you would love it. He also has Nursery Rhyme posters that would be great for little ones (like Jack & Jill, Three Blind Mice, etc).
Origami Triangle Art | See That There
Here’s another fantastic free art print from one of my favourite new blogs See That There. I love the colours and composition, perfect to add to your growing art collection or to start a new one!