Who doesn’t love pretty stationery? Yasmine of A Print a Day made these gorgeous printable notepads and labels. (click on the image to download)
All files are in PDF format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat yet, you can download it for free here. The mushroom labels are 4″x3.44″ and the lace labels are 4″x2″. You can buy sticky sheets and cut the labels with a paper cutter. The notepads are standard 8.5″x11″ cut in half vertically (4.25″ wide).
I think this is probably my favorite freebie find as of yet! These gatefold wedding programs (or you can make invitations) are just beautiful. Found on HP website (who knew they had fabulous templates?)
Have a good weekend everyone!
Download Candy Dividers.pdf. If you do not have Adobe Reader yet, you can download it here.
The template will fit into 4×4x2 favor boxes (you can find them here). Use scalloped scissors to cut the edges of the box like in the picture.
There are two ways to add words to the bottom of the liner:
1. If you have Photoshop:
- Save the PDF document, then right click the icon.
- Open>Open with>Photoshop
- Add 4 sentence words
2. Sans Photoshop route:
- In Word, type cute words or 4 word sentences (”Love at first sight”, “True love lasts forever”, “Thank you for coming”, etc).
- Using tape, place the words to the bottom of the liner
- Photocopy as many as you need
Here’s an awesome idea for menus…Cootie Catchers! They also look darling on the tables as part of a table setting decor.
(image from KatsKrafts)
Step 1: Download the fortune teller (or cootie catcher) template by clicking here.
Use nice script fonts, monograms or dingbats to decorate the outer flaps of your fortune teller menu.
Step 2: How to fold a cootie catcher: (instructions from The Daring Book for Girls)
I created this cootie catcher template with no lines, so you can get a clean look.
Download cootie catcher template with no lines.ppt