Hi, all! We took a few weeks off because we were struggling to produce new content due to the pandemic. We decided to take a break and that breather was just what we needed.
If you have followed my blog for any length of time, you know I love to make free printables for each season. I realized this week that I have not created any summer printables for you guys. I created three simple prints with quotes about summer. Feel free to download and enjoy for your personal use only. These are not to be used commercially. For best results, print no larger than 8×10.
To download, just right click on the printable and save it to your device.
It’s that time of year again- the time of year where we try to do better at SOMETHING than we did last year. A lot of people choose a goal that is related to their appearance or health. But the most popular goal of them all is financial.
I don’t know about you, but I’m definitely not the only person who wishes their bank account had a few more dollars in it. We are always looking for ways to save money, spend less money, or simply to spend what we do spend in a better way. My family and I have begun using Apple Numbers as a means of tracking our spending, but we have also been using this printable that I created.
It’s nothing fancy but it does work pretty well- especially for those of you who, like me, prefer the use of paper and pen to anything else. And for the low cost of $0 it can be yours with the click of this link: budget worksheet (1)
I hope you all enjoy this freebie. I will see you tomorrow with a little web roundup and Sunday for Scripture Sunday! Take care!
As you know, I love to update the art work in my girls’ rooms, as well as in the rest of the house. Purchasing artwork is often expensive, but it’s surprisingly easy to create your own. Today, I am sharing some free art prints that I made using Canva (www.canva.com). Please feel free to download, print them off, and enjoy them!
Esther- Perhaps this is the moment for which you were created.
What better role model exists for your young girl than Queen Esther in the Bible? Her story is all about taking risks, taking chances, trusting God, and having big things happen as a result.
2. Esther 4:14 with a floral design
3. Inspiring our girls is important. This art print is positive and encouraging, and sure to remind your girl to be everything she can be. I love this one so much I printed it and put it on my desk at work.
4. When we are children of God, we sometimes need to be reminded “He’s got this” when things get rough. This sign is a perfect reminder for little girls and old girls, too.
5. “For you are fearfully and wonderfully made.”
I found a print very similar to this at Hobby Lobby, but I wasn’t going to pay $26 for it. I decided to make it myself for free! I love the vibrant colors and the floral wreath, and I hope you will, too.
To download, simply right click on your desired print and save it to your device. For best results, I like to send mine to Staples to have them printed.
I hope you have enjoyed these printables! Oh, and PS: You don’t have to have a little girl to download and print them. You can enjoy them anywhere in your home or office 🙂
It’s been a long time since I’ve done a free printable Friday, so I decided to start off our weekend with a little free Valentine’s gift for my dear readers.
I created a few Valentine’s themed printables that are available to you for free. I love how simple and cute they are, and I hope you will, too.
First up, we have cold hands, warm heart. I once had a co-worker who used to say that every time one of us would complain of cold hands.
I also created “all you need is love” in two fonts.
And, if Valentine’s Day isn’t your jam, I created a simple, winter-themed printable for you.
For best results, please print them size 8×10. Due to the resolution, printing them larger than 8×10 may result in a highly pixelated image. Dowloading them is easy- simply right click on the picture of your choice, and save it to your device.