If you don’t know by now, Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 17. As always, I’m always behind in giving you freebies. Other bloggers, get their posts up and running a month before a special occasions. I’m the person that waits til the last minute to do things. But, I’m sure I’m not the only one that leaves things for the last minute.
Here are some easy Father’s day printables for dads. Some are easy crafts for the kids to do for dad, others are cards.
What dad would not want a tie filled with candy? Wear and eat candy all day long at work.
2. Father’s Day Printable Book
Love books where the kids fill out what they think about dad. You’ll really get a kids perspective about how old he thinks daddy is. It’s so funny to have daddy read and then to have the kids read when they’re older. I’m sure there would be lots of giggling.
3. Father’s Day Candy Tags
No time? No worries. Get dad some of his favorite candies and wrap these gift tags around them with a nice little card and you’re done.
4. Father’s Day Geometric Card
Got a cool dady? Give him this modern geometic Father’s Day card.
Spring showers, bring May flowers or lots of party invitations. Since my son’s started school, he’s been getting lots of party invitations for his classmates’ birthdays. You know those cute little invitations with the handwritten information on them. There’s just something so personal about them. Don’t get me wrong, I love the electronic invites as well for the their own benefits. I’m planning a post on some of my favorite online invitation sites in a future post.But for now, here are some simple blank invitations I created for you. You can fill these out by hand or type the information on them using an editing website, like PicMonkey.
Printing out your invitations
There are two invitations on one 8.5×11 paper. The invitation is 5×7 inches, but you can resize it smaller by adjusting your printer setting. To achieve the best quality invitation, print out on cardstock and choose “Best Photo” if you have that option on your printer. Cut on the trim marks. Write your information. Send out.
These invitations are great for Sunday brunch, birthday party, spring and summer parties.
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My goal this year is to make and give you all more printables. I started making all these 2018 calendar back in December 2017. Posted the shabby chic calendar below and totally forgot about the other two that I was working really hard on. It’s April now, but it’s better late than never. I hope you enjoy them.
This calendar is for the shabby chic floral lover.
Then I started creating this lovely buffalo check or buffalo plaid calendar for the plaid trend that is going oh so strong in 2018.
This calendar was such a big hit last year, I updated it for 2018. It’s for the Lisa Glanz fan, which includes MOI!
You can hang them with clothespin or put them in a nice 5×7 picture frame.
Here are some more calendar from my fellow bloggers.
Easter is just around the corner. I’ve put together some beautiful printables to dress up your house for Easter.
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1.Easter bunny floral
2.Brown Easter bunny
3. Easter Bunny holding balloon.
4.Easter bunnies and eggs.
6.Easter bunny with party hat.
7.Easter floral wreath.
8. Egg hunt bunny.
9. He is Risen.
10. Happy Easter floral wreath
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January is coming to a close soon so it’s time to seriously start thinking about decorating for Valentine’s Day! Here are 15 simple Valentine’s Day decorations for your home that takes less than 30 minutes to make yourself.
This 2018 calendar is for my flower loving friends. I’ve searched high and low for some cute floral calendar, but found none so I decided to design my own. It’s fairly easy to make using Canva. They have a calendar template. The floral images are from Pixabay and Unsplash.
Here is the calendar. Best printed on cardstock or photo paper.
There you have it, the whole year in beautiful flowers. So set your printer and print them all out! If you’re a newsletter subscriber, you will find these in one big file in the free Printable Resource Library. If you’re not a subscriber yet, fill out the form below. I will send you the password and your 35% off promo code to use in my shop.
Happy 2018, everyone! To a healthy and happy new year!
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