Download and print this composition notebook printable for your planner or use as a cute decoration for scrapbooking and journaling.
If you are a mom like me, no doubt the start of the school year has been a challenge. I can only imagine how the kids feel! It seems every day there is some new measure or process, some new material needed and more to add to my to do list.
So I decided to use a cute illustration of a composition notebook as a list maker for planning purposes. If we have to get things done, using pretty supplies and cute artwork really helps!
You can download and print this illustration as a checklist for your planner, using it as a divider or a running bookmark. I actually cut out the illustration separately as well to create a cute little decoration and divider for my mini a6 disc planner.
It’s up to you how you would like to use this printable – the beauty of digital downloads is that you can make multiple copies and get a bit DIY with your craft supplies and create something cute and useful.
Download the free composition notebook printable below
Download Composition Notebook Checklist Planner Divider PDF
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Hello! This is Linda from tortagialla and if you follow this blog, you’ll know that I love designing and sharing digital printables. Whether it’s patterned paper, wall art or stationery printables, I love to share my papercrafting passion with all of you.
So, having guest posted on Kenarry for awhile now, I thought it would be good to have a round-up of all the beautiful printables I have shared with the Kenarry community. Check out all the freebies listed and linked below.
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Looking for positive affirmation printables to put on your wall, planner or journal? Check out these free inspiring and uplifting downloads.
Why Positive Affirmations?
Affirmations are positive statements such as “I am capable” and you have probably heard the term tossed around before. Affirmations can be very helpful in changing your life when you repeat them out loud and consistently. These statements can actually help you overcome negative thoughts, deal with stress and motivate you to change your life.
And yes, there is science behind it and that is why you will hear people praising the power of positive affirmations. If you are new to the idea, it can feel awkward talking to yourself out loud and it’s completely normal to be skeptical. But as with all things in life, you have to try it out with consistency before you can make a judgement for yourself.
If you are interested in learning more about positive affirmations check out this article on Positive Psychology that goes into more detail.
Designing for Positivity
If you’ve been here before, you know that I have designed a whole coloring book around the idea of positive thoughts and affirmations. But even when you are convinced or know better, it’s often the “take action” part that is difficult for most people to follow through with – myself included.
For example, we all know that we have eat healthy and exercise to stay well. However, the issue is creating a life and routine that helps you take those “good for you” actions. They say that knowing is half the battle, but it IS just half the battle unfortunately!
Printable Affirmations Around You
When it comes to positive affirmations, I have found that displaying positive statements into my planner, onto my desk and around my house really helps to put them into action. Along with my everyday life, when I see them I can say them out loud. This also means I can change up what I display over time. It’s easy to take a few minutes to say them out loud, when you see it right in front of your face regularly.
Don’t hesitate to put up an affirmation on your bathroom or beauty mirror. How about adding one as a wallpaper on your phone? What about making one into a planner dashboard or cover? It’s an easy way to piggy-back off an existing routine and add positive affirmations into your existing space.
I decided to start a design series of positive affirmation printables that I could add to my everyday life routine. Normally, I love bright colors and cute fonts, but in this case I wanted to create something much more bold and powerful.
I think of the design style as classic and straightforward that would work for most everyone. A bold black background with a white classic serif font says “strength” to me and I think that works for establishing a foundational affirmation day to day. Of course, the typeface still has a bit of flair! I hope you enjoy the beauty of simplicity in these designed positive affirmation statements.
Download Positive Affirmation Printables
Below are the affirmations that I have created so far and you can bookmark this page for future reference as I will add more over time. It’s definitely a mix of positive affirmations that are “I am” focused as well as other positive printables and uplifting phrases for strength, love and empathy.
You are free to download the PDFs for your personal use – the printable PDF design does not include my social media handle, just plain black with white text.
Download Good Things Are Coming PDF
Download I Release Negative Feelings PDF
Download I Am Kind PDF
Download I Am Brave PDF
Download I Am Loved PDF
Download I Believe In Myself PDF
Download I Am Responsible PDF
Download I Choose To Be Happy PDF
Download Progress Not Perfection PDF
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Looking for a happy lemon scrapbook paper design? Check out this cute lemon pattern design, a totally free download for all your crafty paper projects.
We’ve all heard that quote about life… lemons… and making lemonade, right? Even though it’s totally cliche, it truly is great advice, right? I mean, you’ve just got to make the best of whatever you’ve got. There’s no sense in being a grump, because it just doesn’t help the situation. I love the sentiment and try to remind myself all the time…
And so as I was pondering this topic one day, I decided to create a lemon leaf repeat pattern. Super simple and straightforward, but truly packed with so much meaning. The lemon is a motif that has so much packed into it… I love it! Plus, I love yellow. Hah!
So I created this lemon patterned paper design in a couple of variations and sharing here with you for free download.
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Check out these posters for activism in multiple skin tones. You can download these free PDF posters featuring a heart in a fist hand.
Previously, I posted free printable black lives matter and antiracist protest signs for download and after receiving some feedback, I thought it would be nice to create a set of posters with the same fist and heart motif, but in multiple skin tones.
In these variations I don’t have any specific slogan or phrase, because I’m thinking you can write your own message when creating a protest sign. Also, my thought is that the symbol itself is about activism from the heart for the good of everyone. Are you an activist?
It’s really symbolic in terms of pledging to yourself that you will pay attention and do what you can. You can decorate your house, your planner, your refrigerator, etc as a reminder to keep yourself accountable. Keep reading, learning, listening and doing what you can to help make this world a better place.
For those who are crafters like me, we also love to have imagery for memory keeping, papercrafting, writing letters, etc – so these printables can be used in a variety of ways for your paper projects as well.
Of course, the skin tones I have included are by no means a perfect representation of all skin tones possible. I wanted to include a variety, but obviously when it comes to printing on paper, subtle differences in color and even certain colors in general might not print as you see them on the computer screen. So ultimately, it’s just an indication, an idea, a representation to show diversity amongst activists.
I love the idea that creativity and illustration can help one to express their feelings. I hope that by sharing this heart in fist hand motif… I can start a wave that ripples out into the world.
Download Posters for Activism in Multiple Skin Tones
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Download Activism Heart in Fist Hand Printables PDF
I have to admit that the more I learn, the more I am angry, frustrated and saddened… there’s so much going on and there are so many emotions… It’s just not easy to come to terms with the injustice and the worst thing is feeling helpless and unable to enact change.
Although the protests started in the United States, the effects have been global and protests have been seen across the globe. Ultimately, racism is a problem everywhere – no one is untouched – whether overtly or unconsciously. I believe that we have to actively work on making this world better for everyone and every little action ripples out into the world.
When I channel my energy to design, to help provide resources and to focus also on the good and positivity that is possible… that is at least a little something that I can do from where I stand. I know that it can feel overwhelming at times – I feel it too – but positive energy can make a difference – we can make a change – we just have to keep on moving forward.
I hope these printables will provide you with a starting point or as a helpful resource and tool for expressing your feelings and ultimately as a catalyst for making change in this world. Sending you love where ever you are!
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