It’s never too late to get organized, whether you are making a log of the past month or looking forward to the new month. Check out this January 2019 printable calendar for all your planning needs!
For my supporters on Patreon, I post exclusive printables such as patterned papers, stationery sets and artwork. Every month, I post a lined desk calendar that is black and white for coloring (printer-friendly) as well as the full-color pattern design as a 12×12 inch patterned paper download.
Since I already have the designs done, I thought it would be nice to share a version here for free on the blog. I put together a printable monthly calendar using the same full-color pattern as the background design. It’s a Monday-start monthly calendar (my personal preference) with the weekends highlighted in grey.
My hope is to create this freebie version to post here every single month. However, if you also want a list-form lined monthly calendar in black and white along with the full-color 12x12inch patterned paper be sure to support me on Patreon.
Printable papers are the most versatile in my mind because you can use them for digital scrapbooking, planner decoration, cardmaking or really any kind of papercrafting. You can get those extra printables (along with the hundreds of previously posted printables) by supporting me on Patreon.
And without further ado, here’s the January 2019 printable calendar that is totally FREE for download. In both LETTER and A4 paper sizes, download your preference and be sure to print at the highest quality on cardstock paper if you want the best results.
It’s a new year and I’ve been really loving the idea of junk journals as opposed to crisp white pages of other journals. So I created this vintage paper printable design, for those of us who might not have access to vintage ephemera and old papers. With a free printable, you can print it yourself!
I’ve been rethinking my journaling process lately and really loving the idea of junk journals. I’m still working on it and decided to make myself this vintage paper printable to use in my junk journaling exploration. Many of us don’t have access to old vintage papers and often they aren’t strong enough papers for the purposes of art journaling.
With a printable vintage paper, you can print your own and as many copies as you need for a whole journal. This free vintage paper can be printed on both sides to make your own double-sided patterned paper.
The design is inspired by vintage looking, shabby-chic ledger paper. It’s great to use as a neutral background, but the lines make it easy for journaling on top of as well. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful in your art journaling.
Are you ready to get organized and fire up your planner game? I’m a huge fan of blank calendar printables, because they give you all the flexibility. Each of us leads a very different lifestyle, so we have to customize our calendars accordingly. A blank slate will give you flexibility, but structure to work off of.
Since I love to use printables, I’ve created a couple set of printable calendars for the next evolution of my planning. I love how digital printables enable me to constantly tweak my planning layouts. Especially with the new year, I always review my planning habits and see how I can improve things.
This year, I’ve come up with a new set of perpetual blank calendars to cater to my planning needs. They are all Monday start layouts, because I find that it make more sense with my schedule, grouping the weekend together for weekly and monthly views. Otherwise, they are blank so that I can fill in the details as I need and decorate (or not decorate) as I please.
This set of perpetual blank calendar printables include:
All 24 hours are noted, because I like to visually see the entire day and be able to track things, don’t forget sleep is important!
There’s a box for every single day and habit tracker area plus notes list
Includes enough rows to give each day it’s own box (I dislike squishing two days in one box at the end of the month on other calendar layouts)
It’s a year-long list format, so you can see the whole year at a glance and list birthdays or track habits. It’s also great for overview planning, blocking off with colored pens and highlighters.
This printable set includes both portrait as well as landscape layouts
For those who want the flexibility, but find it tedious to fill in all the dates for the entire calendar year of 2019, I have also created the dated 2019 calendars. I use these calendars with my kids, because they love to mark off the days and see when the weekend is coming up. We usually note special events and holidays with a sticker or color markers.
I’ve formatted the 2019 version of the calendar, one month on a page in a compact layout, so there isn’t wasted white space. This isn’t meant for intense planning, rather a monthly overview you can stick on the wall. Great for habit tracking, events, general timelines – that kind of thing.
Finally, I also made a printable layout for the entire 2019 year in a super compact list format. For certain habits and planning purposes, it’s really important to see the entire year all together. So that’s why I created this layout, dated with day of the week and days, so you don’t have to fill it in for the entire 2019 calendar year.
And the great thing about printables is that you can print multiple copies for various purposes and just check days off or put a star sticker for habit tracking. It’s really a handy way to stay organized for a variety of chores around the house, if you just tape it up on the wall and mark it off all-year long. I’ve formatted this yearly view in both portrait and landscape layouts.
I hope that you might find these printables useful for your planning goals. Whether you use the blank calendar printables for a perpetual planning option or choose the 2019 calendars to avoid filling in the dates, I truly wish to help you out with organization above all.
Please enjoy and don’t hesitate to let me know if you have other ideas for new layouts. I have a Facebook group called i heart printables and always post freebie printables links and would love to hear your ideas there. We can discuss all the possibilities!
As we get closer to Christmas day, gift cards are sort of a last resort idea, especially for those hard to shop for people. The problem is how to package it up to be an actual pretty, presentable gift?! So let me share a few ways to wrap a gift card that I found while browsing for a solution myself. It’s really nice to add a special handmade touch to gift card giving!
Are you are on the last-minute band wagon, grabbing gift cards for all the people left on your Christmas list? Or perhaps, you actually enjoy giving gift cards, because they allow you to show your gratitude without burdening people with another generic gift item?
I actually really love the idea of gift cards if you don’t have a very specific gift in mind for your recipient. It gives them the power to choose what they truly would like and eliminates the knick knacks and random gift ideas out there, that usually result in clutter for the house.
However, we always have this issue of wrapping gift cards. We all want to present the card as a pretty gift!
Even though gift cards are easy to pick up at the store and have pretty designs on them already, I still like to put them in a pretty envelope, pretty box or some container to wrap up. The extra effort of packaging it up really does make the receiver feel special and loved. And for those who are making multiples for teachers or co-workers… it’s definitely a good idea to spruce up the gift cards with a handmade component!
I love paper printables and the easiest way to package up a gift card is to put it in a small box and wrap it up like a traditional gift! Even wrapping up an envelope can be a nice idea, because there’s still that element of presenting a nicely wrapped gift with a ribbon in the end.
So I created these simple, elegant, printer-friendly holiday stars papers to share with you. They are easy to print at home, as many copies you might need, to wrap up all your gift cards.
Download the 12×12 inch printable PDFs below, in your preferred color and wrap away.
A must-have for the holiday season, these Christmas gift tag printables are the perfect solution to finish off your presents. I’ve created a set of whimsical illustrations that are printer-friendly and easy to use. Just download this free printable set to spruce up your gift wrapping game!
There are many lovely Christmas printables available out there, but I was looking for something easy to use, printer-friendly with no waste, in terms of trimming the paper printable. So I designed these little gift tag designs myself to be no waste, easy trimming and great for kids and adults.
These gift tags are formatted on LETTER and A4 sized paper, so the idea is to print actual size. Then you can simply cut the paper equally to get 8 tags. No fussy cutting or confusion with fancy shapes!
I definitely needed these tags for my gift wrapping this season, so I hope you will enjoy adding them to all the presents you are putting together this year.
Download your preferred paper size below and print on cardstock if you want to punch a hole and string through some festive ribbon for decoration. However, I actually printed on regular printer paper and washi taped them down onto my gifts.
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