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As anyone who knows me in real life can attest, I love printables. What is a printable, you may ask? It is a designed graphic that is easy to download and print. I have offered printables on this blog before, like a printable prayer journal, or printable labels for homemade sugar scrub. But there are tons of great printables all over the internet that I have used and loved, and today I am going to share some of my favorites with you. They will help you with everything from productivity to meal planning to gift giving!
BohoBerry is one of my favorite bloggers! She blogs about bullet journals, personal development and positivity. If you sign up for her email list you gain access to her huge library of free printables with everything from bullet journal inserts to coloring pages. She has a really unique artistic style that you can’t help but be inspired by. So whether you are into bullet journaling but not artistic enough to design your own spreads, or you are just looking for some free stationery to print to send to a pen pal, make sure you join the BohoBerry tribe! Sign up for her email list here.
Its that time of year where we start pulling out the Christmas decor. I’m LOVING these free watercolor Christmas printables from the Little Gold Pixel. These would be super cute in a frame on a mantel, washi taped in a collage or even printed out in A5 size and added to your planner. Make sure you scroll through all of them, because they are really beautiful.
Does anyone actually use cookbooks any more? I have a few favorites, but the VAST majority of the recipes I use come from an online source. This recipe binder printable from The Crazy Craft Lady is amazing! It has everything you need to set up a binder where you can simply punch and store all of those recipes you print off online. It also includes templates for meal plans, grocery lists, and ways to organize the recipes to maximize usability. I can’t wait to get my own recipe binder set up with these!
This is another blogger that I follow who is huge on working from home and productivity. Which is definitely an area I need a kick in the pants in! She has a ton of things for sale in her shop, but also several free printables for productivity. They are especially helpful if you blog or own a business, but I think almost anyone could benefit. Just scroll through her shop to find the freebies.
Clean Mama is one of my all-time favorite cleaning and organization bloggers. You can’t help but be inspired after looking through her site! Whether you are looking for cleaning routines, budget printables, or meal plans she has a HUGE section of free printables! She also has tons of useful PAID printables in her Etsy shop which are worth checking out. She also recently started selling some of her physical products, like rags and spray bottles, on Grove Collaborative, which I think is so cool! If you can’t tell, I pretty much want to be Clean Mama when I grow up, so make sure you check her out.
Did you know that you can print entire planners for free? There are actually TONS of free printable planner options if you search Pinterest, but I love the functionality and bright colors of this one from Shining Mom. This includes everything from meal plans, to kids chores, to pages to set goals and write vision statements. You know I am an Erin Condren addict, but I may print one of these and keep it at home for a family planner! You can simply punch this and put it in a binder, or take it to an office supply store and have it coiled.
Speaking of Erin Condren … did you know they have free printables? I am obsessed with the printable getting cards that match the designs of their planner covers. And don’t forget the coloring sheets and envelope liners. They also have free downloadable wallpaper you can use for your phone or desktop. I only regret I did not find these things sooner.
Inkwell Press is another planner company that has TONS of free printables on their web site. Packing lists, bullet journal inserts, note pages – even a tape measure! If they don’t have a printable for it, you probably don’t need it. I love the graphic design on these and they are a perfect addition to any planner.
Do you love farmhouse style? Me too! And this roundup of farmhouse printables has the cutest things to add to your home. These are mostly prints that you can add to a rustic frame and hang on the wall. You can’t beat the price for that kind of home decor!
I love the look of hand-lettered labels in the pantry, but not everyone has a Silhouette machine to make them. These free printable labels from The Creativity Exchange allow you to print on clear sticker paper, then cut and affix to your containers. How cute and easy!
That is far from an exhaustive list of all the free printables out there, but those are some of my favorites! They help increase my productivity, and are just fun! You can’t beat the ease of printing something out at home. Which one of these free printables are you going to try?