When it comes to the holiday season, I like to start small. I’ll start by introducing Christmas socks into my wardrobe, playing Sufjan Stevens’ holiday records on Pandora, and I usually change the wallpaper on my smartphone. This year, I’m sharing a festive design in a few color schemes, depending on your holiday preference! You can download them as a wallpaper for your phone or desktop, or, keep reading to find out how to print and use as a festive iPhone case. Continue Reading
It’s hard to believe, but it’s that season again… gift giving time. It’s tough to find the perfect present for everyone on your list, and even harder to try to secretly figure out what size the recipient is. But we’ve made it infinitely easier – just print out a few of our free gift giving cheat sheets and have your family and friends fill them out and you’ll have their information at your fingertips whenever you need it. Continue Reading
While I don’t consider myself much of a chef, I do have a few tried and true recipes that I need to hold on to. Previously, I was using the scraps-of-scribbed-paper-stuffed-in-a-cookbook method of organization (most of these scraps of paper were covered in various unidentifiable spills too – yikes!). Now, though, using these free printable recipe cards has definitely simplified life in the kitchen for me. All my recipes are in one place, the key ring makes them easy to rearrange and organize, and the plastic sleeves protect them from my clumsiness. Continue Reading
So maybe you spent a bit too much on fixtures and flooring. Or maybe you’re renting and you’re on a tight budget. Whatever the case may be, it’s always advantageous to save a few dollars where ever possible. Here are ten creative decor ideas that won’t break the bank.
Christmas is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start wrapping all those presents! Here are 20 unique gift tags that you can print — for free — right at home!
Hosting a party this summer? Well you’re in luck because we’ve designed some botanical themed printables to make your life a little easier. Use everything together as a set, or pick and choose… your guests are sure to be impressed!
This suite includes a 5×7 invitation, straw flags, toothpick flags for labeling dishes, water bottle wraps, tented place cards (that could be used to label food as well), and triangular banner flags. Click here to download the two-page PDF file. Continue Reading
I like to wrap my Christmas presents in kraft paper, which means that I need lots of colorful gift tags to offset its stark look. Thankfully, there are tons of free printable tags available on the internet this time of year… and many of them are prettier than anything you could buy in the stores. Click through for my favorites.
This free black and white gift wrap, while created for Halloween, could definitely be used year-round! On top of that, you can even print it out to use as a poster or wall art! That’s a whole lot of awesome, people.
Kate from MiniEco designed a few free PDFs for you to print and use however your heart desires — snag ’em right here!
Downloads, templates, and printables — oh my! We’ve rounded up some of the best free-for-the-printing Easter crafts all in one spot. Enjoy!
3. These “bunny tails” are a simple — and giftable — Easter treat! Continue Reading
Pretty, 3D and free? Doesn’t get much better! Group three or more of these little trees for a cheerful and bright centerpiece or mantel decoration. Most of the things we need we need to make them we already have on hand. Except for the circle or scalloped cutter, but if you’re a fan of paper crafts (like me) you have both. Heh. For the entire tutorial, visit Party Planning Center.