Monday, September 19, 2011

Free Printables

I love when I get a text that says, "go to my stationary pinterest board and look at what I just posted."  Well, I did, and here is what I found:

Before you go there, brace yourself:
Turn on the printer.
Load the card stock.
Get ready.

There are 101 free downloads of cute things to print.  From cards, to stickers, to bookmarks, to wrapping supplies, to envelope liners, it's amazing.  I skimmed through and picked out a few of my favorites.  I've linked every picture to the original website, so feel free to click on the picture to take you to it's birthplace of cuteness.

My absolute favorite are the camper note cards.  Adorbs, right?  That's how cool people say adorable...or is it how valley girls say it?  Either way, I'm throwing it out there.

I use to dislike fill-in-the-blank invitations, but they've really grown on me.  I think it's cool to do for something casual, like a girls' night in or something.  It's a combination of everything I like: parties, paper, mail, and writing stuff with a pen.

I love these stickers and I've got a million and one ways floating in my head on how they can be used.  John's going to come home one day and see everything labeled with cute little round stickers.  And I mean, everything.  From the linen closet, to spices, to our children.  If it has a name, I want to label it.

Tutorial for envelope liners are a bit much, but too cute to pass up!

Bird tags - so hot right now.

Since I love to wrap things cutely, a whole download of stuff is the bees.knees.

Not sure how I would use the vintage post cards, but I'm sure I can find something to do with them.  They combine two great things: vintage with mailing supplies.

Cute bookplates are so fun.  Wanna know what a bookplate is?  They're so important that Wikipedia has defined them.  They are "usually a small print or decorative label pasted into a book, often on the inside front cover, to indicate its owner."  They are usually hanging next to the pocket protectors.  Nerd and cool all wrapped up into one.

Last but not least, a little gift tag/bookmark that resembles Orla Kiely.  Lurv it.

Again, I linked the website for each to the picture.  Click the picture and it will take ya straight to its home.  Then, the printing is yours!  Enjoy.

1 comment:

  1. I plan on printing so many of these for myself! Thanks so much for sharing it on your beautiful blog! :)



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