While I don't consider myself much of a chef, I do have a few tried and true recipes that I need to hold on to. Previously, I was using the scraps-of-scribbed-paper-stuffed-in-a-cookbook method of organization (most of these scraps of paper were covered in various unidentifiable spills too - yikes!). Now, though, using these free printable recipe cards has definitely simplified life in the kitchen for me. All my recipes are in one place, the key ring makes them easy to rearrange and organize, and the plastic sleeves protect them from my clumsiness.
So maybe you spent a bit too much on fixtures and flooring. Or maybe you're renting and you're on a tight budget. Whatever the case may be, it's always advantageous to save a few dollars where ever possible. Here are ten creative decor ideas that won't break the bank.
Christmas is right around the corner, which means it's time to start wrapping all those presents! Here are 20 unique gift tags that you can print -- for free -- right at home!
Hosting a party this summer? Well you're in luck because we've designed some botanical themed printables to make your life a little easier. Use everything together as a set, or pick and choose... your guests are sure to be impressed!
I like to wrap my Christmas presents in kraft paper, which means that I need lots of colorful gift tags to offset its stark look. Thankfully, there are tons of free printable tags available on the internet this time of year... and many of them are prettier than anything you could buy in the stores. Click through for my favorites.
This free black and white gift wrap, while created for Halloween, could definitely be used year-round! On top of that, you can even print it out to use as a poster or wall art! That's a whole lot of awesome, people.
Downloads, templates, and printables -- oh my! We've rounded up some of the best free-for-the-printing Easter crafts all in one spot. Enjoy!
Pretty, 3D and free? Doesn't get much better! Group three or more of these little trees for a cheerful and bright centerpiece or mantel decoration. Most of the things we need we need to make them we already have on hand. Except for
Pour the tea and pass the scones! These placemats would be the perfect compliment to any table but especially one serving the
Hey bookworms, paper craft lovers, and people who like free things: here's a DIY bookmark that's got some serious flair!
Looking to mix things up in the gingerbread house department? You're in luck! The fine folks at Hometta are offering up free downloadable plans to create a gingerbread version of their dramatic Wedge House.
Craftily Every After has gotten into the spirit of giving this Christmas and is offering up this free high-res Christmas Subway Art. All you have to do is become a public follower of the site, then leave a message
Yes. You read that right. There are STILL places in the U.S. where land is free. And, yes, there is a catch. You have to agree to build a house (or plop a mobile home or, sometimes, a business) on the land. The concept of giving away free land isn't new, as back in the day the government
Spice labels, pie charts, luggage tags, cookie sleeves, cooks' helpers, luminaries, bookplates, gift cards and bags and dozens and DOZENS of others are included
Cathe at Just Something I Made has made some beautiful decals, which she is offering the world for free. Did I say 'some'? I should have said a TON because there's a style for every style!
Love's all about sharing what you have...and Creature Comforts has plenty of free goodies to share this Valentine's Day.
I was at my local craft store the other day looking of retro scrapbook paper. They had one. ONE. A search of the internets, however, uncovered Apple Scrapbook, which has a dozen darling retro scrapbook papers you can download for free. Perfect for virtual scrap-booking, of course, but also great for craft projects.
Happy New Year, Curbly! To celebrate, my friends at TipNut have gathered more than fifteen free, printable 2010 calendars. I love the Sketch Rockwell, tongue-in-cheek version above from Little Brown Pen, as well as the very recognizable Helvetica on white version from Ruffled below.