I must admit, I made these for you last month. It’s pretty obvious that I haven’t been great at remembering to update the blog, now that it houses an enormous archive of free printables. Regardless, I was making a thing and put this together to share with you, using the airport codes of the four most-used airports in my travels. If you’d like a custom version with your own airport codes, drop me a line and it shall be done.
“Do you like coffee? — Only with my oxygen.”
Lorelai Gilmore is probably my spirit animal.
As I sip on my umpteenth cup of coffee of the day, I decided to bring you a set of papers inspired by my favorite liquid and an icon set, to boot.
I’ve used what I’ve dubbed “sherbet colors” on this one, but if you have any desire for bolder, brighter colors,
Happy St. Patrick’s Day to one and all! It’s my favorite time of the year, and I’ve got a lovely little printable for anyone who forgot to wear some green today. Print, cut, tape or pin on your lapel and avoid those pesky pinchers!
I love me some Halloween, and my enthusiasm wasn’t even dampened by this year’s push by all the stores to shove it in our faces before 4th of July was over.
In trying to think of fun and new free printables for you, I just started playing around with Halloween-y things and eventually arrived at these coffin-shaped gift tags. Now you may be thinking it’s a little weird to use my trademark pink,
I went to a store the other day, and they were already stocking the Halloween section. In August. At first I was appalled, but then I got really excited because I freaking love Halloween! The holiday was on my mind as I began playing with some old design files, so I wound up making you some free printable Halloween cats papers. (Because, why not?!)
Click a thumbnail to go to that design’s full size pdf,
Why, hello there!
One of my goals for 2016 was to cut back on my extra-curricular activities in order to streamline my time management and make room for the fun things I like to do.
As it turns out, I failed miserably at accomplishing this goal. A side effect of doing so was my having to ignore some aspects of my life, and this blog was one of the first things to go on the list.
St. Patrick’s Day is nearly upon us, so I bring you a few more ways to decorate your home or office. Today’s file is a set of shamrocks that you can use for garland. The first page has the shamrocks connected in rows; print and cut, then connect each row with your favorite adhesive. The second page of the PDF has the second image, just shamrocks on a page. Print and cut, then use them with your own paper or string for garland,
Click. Save. Print.
Enjoy today’s printable cards. Cut them apart, write on the back, and give ’em to someone you love, or use them to embellish other projects. Have fun!
*note: right-click and ‘save target/link as..’ or open the pdf in a new/current window before you save. If you save the jpg, it will not print properly/at the right size.