This is the place to find free printables, tutorials and other things I share from time to time.
July is National Ice Cream Month here in the US (which seems to have a day or a month for pretty much everything, from donuts to bird-feeding – do other countries do that?). With or without the official proclamation, frozen treats and summer go hand-in-hand
I know the first rule of all the articles about cleaning up your computer is to get stuff off your desktop, but that’s just not how I think
If you have a preschooler or kindergartner in the house and need a fun, candy-free Valentine’s Day treat, I highly recommend making heart-shaped crayons.
I made some Halloween-themed papercuts inspired by Mexican papel picado art, and I turned my favorites into printable patterns for you.
My Know Your Famous Groundhogs fabric has proven to be a surprise best-seller – who knew there were so many groundhog aficionados out there? I’d love to know what you’re all making – I’m picturing a Ms. Frizzle-style dress covered in groundhog portraits, or maybe a semi-educational quilt.
Every year around March 14 (because 3/14 is like 3.14, in case you haven’t heard of this phenomenon), we host a Pi(e) Day party, where we celebrate pie, pi and Einstein’s birthday, although really it’s just an excuse to eat pie.
Planning a shindig to welcome back the Starz series Outlander this week? Here’s a free bunting you can download and print to help with the festivities.
Printable labels made for a take-home gift at a fundraiser.
Print these tags on a sheet of 8.5×11″ card stock for quick, fun gift labels. (click on the image to download the PDF) Free for personal, non-commercial use.