This post is the seventh in my series of the 12 Days of Christmas DIYs for A Well Crafted Party. Check in each day for the next 12 Days for new DIY posts. There will be LOTS of free printables to boot! (Check out yesterday’s post: “Saturday Spirits: Chocolate Peppermint Martini & DIY Candycane Rimming Sugar“
I love, love, love a good paper invitation. However, I’m just like every other busy person out there and sometimes don’t get around to sending the invitations in time and need to get out an evite or Facebook invitation instead. I’d even say that a Facebook inviation is a handy way to enage with guests prior to a party even if you DO send a paper inviation. Gather RSVPs, post sneak peeks, inform guests about parking… you get the idea!
I created a few different versions of holiday potluck invitations and printable recipe cards.
For the Facebook invite cover photo you simply need to download the image of choice by clicking the link of choice. Then upload it into the invite cover photo area following the steps through Facebook.
The printable recipe cards are great for having at your potluck party for guests to share their recipes on or to give out as favors at the end of the party. You may even want to print off a set of 12 cards and wrapped them in baker’s twine for a cute and inexpensive hostess gift! Simply download the printable of your choice by selecting a link below and saving to your computer. Print in full color on white cardstock and cut out!
These printables and downloads are created for personal use only at no cost to you. If you like these downloads I’d appreciate you sharing with friends via Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter!
This weekend, as I was enjoying the beautiful weather here in Oregon, it finally hit me…. IT’S SPRING! There is just something so restorative and exciting about Spring. After a nice relaxing weekend, I decided I needed to have something in my home that celebrated this season. So, I created a little printable from one of my favorite flower images.
If you so happen to like it and want to celebrate Spring a little in your own home then feel free to download my free printable. Order your print through your favorite photo store or use an online store such as Mpix.com or shutterfly.com.
Free Spring Printable Directions:
Click to Open Your Download. Once open, right click and save* to your desktop!
*Please remember that these are made for personal use only. Feel free to save, print, use in your home, or give as a gift. Please do not sell, post the downloads on your own site, or distribute. Thank you!
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Last year I designed a free blog planner with the input of the amazing Portland Bloggers team. I was excited last January to release a free printable blog planner for bloggers everywhere to utilize in organizing their blogs. Since then I’ve connected with bloggers from all over that use the planner! It has been such an amazing tool for myself in my own blog, but also in connecting bloggers with each other!
In my connections with bloggers that use the planner and with my own use of the planner I found several little edits I wanted to make. I’ve been working on these edits off and on over the year and am super stoked to finally release them! There is now not one, not two, but THREE different styles of printable blog planners with the updated planning pages.
Pages included in all three styles are:
I just ask that you sign up for my (brand new!) newsletter to receive your free printable with 13 different blog planning pages. You’ll be the among first to know when there are updates for the blog planner!
Yesterday a friend of mine shared “Unravelling The Year Ahead 2014″ workbook and Susannah Conway’s blog with me. I fell in love! The site is so refreshing with inspiration and resources galore. More than that… this free workbook and coordinating calendar are perfection. The gorgeous and simple design completely complement the fabulous ideas behind this workbook. (Am I gushing?)
The workbook begins with unraveling the year behind— reviewing the year with questions such as, “When did fear hold you back in 2013?” and “What did you discover about yourself in 2013?” I like that these specific questions really hone in on the year and the past year’s goals better than just trying to remember what happened over the year. I think it is much more conducive to realizing where you are in your life and moving closer to your future goals.
The second part of the workbook focuses on unraveling the year ahead— focusing in on possibilities! It isn’t just about setting goals, but establishing ways to enjoy your life as is, and to improve your life as a whole.
I’ll be printing off my copy of the workbook today and begin on filling it out. I’ll share a few of my pages via Instagram with the hastag that Susannah made for the workbook: #unravel2014. I’ll also be going through the hashtag on occasion to see what other people are doing with their workbooks. I’d love to see your pages in the feed as well!
Check out Susannah’s post about her workbook that includes a free 2014 calendar download and a download for the workbook!