St. Patrick’s Day is almost here and this year I’m featuring a new printable. It is a banner with traditional shamrocks on a white background. This is a fun decoration for your house, classroom, or as party decorations for that big St. Patrick’s Day Party you’re throwing next Friday. This banner is around 6 ft. long when strung on the twine. To make this festive decoration start by printing out the 9 pages, each page contains 2 letters. Then cut the flags out, punch one hole in both top corners of each letter banner and string them onto a piece of twine or yarn.
You need to start with the last letter of the banner and work your way backwards as you string the letters on the twine. Now you have a fun banner to decorate with. If you want to get creative you can separate the words on smaller banners or use the letters for bulletin boards or signs to show your St. Patrick’s day spirit. And, if you want another St. Patrick’s Day idea check out my Free Printable St. Patrick’s Day Recipe Card. Now that your decorations are ready…don’t forget to wear something green!
Valentine’s Day is two days away, and I have the perfect free printable for a last-minute Valentine. You can attach the printable to a package of microwave popcorn for a wonderful alternative to candy. The card features a picture of delicious popcorn that is surrounded by hearts and includes a Happy Valentine’s Day message. All you have to do to make these Valentines is print them out on white card stock, cut them out, and attach them to your package of popcorn. So get out your printer and paper and let’s get started.
If you’re like me you just used your last gift tag and still have presents to wrap. And the last thing you want to do this close to Christmas is go back to the store again. Who wants to deal with the crazy store traffic just to end up storing a whole box of gift tags for another year? Not me. So that’s where this new blog post comes in to save the day. Today I am featuring a festive plaid Christmas gift tag printable. All you have to do to make these tags is click on the link at the bottom of this post, print them out on white card stock or regular paper, cut them out, and attach them to your gift. You can punch a hole in the top and hang them on your gift or you can simply tape them on. Now your extra gift tags are just a click away.
Have you purchased your Mother’s Day card yet? Well, if the answer is no, I have a perfect, free printable for you. This card features a mason jar theme in soft pastel colors, which would look cute tied to a gift basket of goodies for your mom. And the message on the card would make anyone smile, “Sending you love on Mother’s Day and hoping your day is as wonderful as you are!”
This card prints on a single standard sheet of paper. All you have to do is fold it on the line in the middle of the paper and then flip the paper over to cut off the excess.
It’s that easy! So this year forget the store-bought cards and print your own for free. With the money you save, you can add a little extra to Mom’s gift.