Free Printable | Blank Alpaca Card

Our Final Warehouse Sale is in its final days, with EVERY single stamp marked 40% off...including this 2x1 set of glasses (designed to fit my free printable alpaca). The mini sunnies sold out within minutes of my previous post, so be sure to add this little guy to your cart ASAP if you want to snag it!

Free Printable | Alpaca (Llama) Blank Card | prettypeas.com

Supplies Needed:

  • An 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper (matte photo paper recommended)
  • A printer
  • Scissors or paper trimmer

As always, these printables are free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.

Each sheet prints 2 cards.

P.S. This medium glasses stamp is on sale right now for less than $9! Grab it before I sell out - we won't be making more! No coupon code necessary.

Free Printable | Snail Mail Card

We're a week in to my Final Warehouse Sale, so I thought I'd share a free printable for my snail-mailing friends. (Also, snails are quickly becoming my favorite thing to doodle.) It's a super simple A2 folded card, but there's so much you can do to decorate it...including stamp it!

Free Printable | Snail Mail Card | prettypeas.com

Supplies Needed:

  • An 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper (matte photo paper recommended)
  • A printer
  • Scissors or paper trimmer

As always, these printables are free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.

Each sheet prints 2 cards.

P.S. This mini glasses stamp is on sale right now for only $9! Grab it before I sell out - we won't be making more! No coupon code necessary.

Free Printable | Christmas Snail Mail Coloring Sheets

Santa's Snail Mail Bag | Alternative to Wrapping Paper | DIY Reusable Mini Gift Bag | Pretty Peas Paperie

Happy December! Is it just me or does your Christmas shopping list double once you have a kid? Our adults-only list has suddenly grown to include entire families, friends' babies, godchildren, and furbabies. I was trying to think of some fun stocking-stuffer-type trinkets to tie to gift cards, and came up with this idea as I was styling a photo for one of our Christmas stamps. (I'm 100% sure someone else has probably done this, but I made you a free printable to make it easier!)

Here it is :: a mini coloring kit!

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Supplies Needed:

There are so many fun things you can fit in these things—baby sunglasses, a whistle, candy, erasers, jewelry, gift cards—why not skip the paper wrapping altogether and gift your tiny items in a cute, reusable bag!

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Free Printable | Hand-Lettered "Mama Llama" Card

Ok, I'm a little late on this one, but we still have 1.5 days until Mother's Day! Save a trip to the store and make this free printable card from the comfort and safety of your home. (And yes, you can tell her you "made" it.)


Supplies Needed:

Optional:

As always, this printable is free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.


Assembly is easy-peasy, but here are some notes:

1. Print the PDF on a sheet of matte photo paper or card stock. Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5″ x 11″ sheet fits 2 cards. (Yep, you get a BONUS card just because I hate wasting paper.)

2. Using the solid trim lines on the PDF, cut out your cards, then fold.


Happy Mother's Day to all the Mama Llamas!

If you're interested in a STAMP of this design, you can now purchase it here on Etsy. Supplies are limited and it will probably sell out!

DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers

Hello, February!

To celebrate the re-opening of our shop, I designed a new, limited-edition "Love Letters" stamp set with this DIY Valentine in mind. With three simple cuts, you can create a mailbox that really opens!


DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers | prettypeas.com
DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers | prettypeas.com

Supplies Needed:

  • 1 sheet of card stock for your base (4.25" x 5.5" per card)
  • 1 sheet of paper for the mailbox
  • 1 sheet of paper (or label paper) for the letters
  • Scissors (an X-Acto knife is helpful, too)
  • Craft glue or glue stick
  • The "Love Letters" stamp set and a stamp pad OR Printable PDF | "Love Letters" (click to download) and printer

Optional:

  • A2 envelope (my favorites are from Paper Source)
  • Heart-shaped hole punch and scrap paper bits
  • White gel pen

As always, the printable above is free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.


DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers | prettypeas.com
DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers | prettypeas.com

Instructions for Stamp Set:

  1. Cut your sheet of card stock into 4 pieces, each 4.25" x 5.5". (Or, use pre-made blank cards like these.)
  2. Using a high quality stamp pad, stamp your mailbox onto one of your sheets of paper, then cut it out. Make 3 slits in the mailbox door: left side, top, and right side. (Hint: an X-Acto knife and cutting mat make this much easier!)
  3. Glue the mailbox onto the card. (Don't glue down the door!)
  4. Stamp your mini envelopes onto a separate piece of paper (or label paper, if you have it), then cut them out. Since each envelope is different, you can use a unique color for each one if you have multiple stamp pads.
  5. Glue or stick the mini envelopes onto your card.
  6. OPTIONAL: hole-punch hearts and glue 'em on, or add tiny white dots with your gel pen.
  7. Write a personal note on the back and mail to someone you love!

Instructions for Printable:

  1. Cut your sheet of card stock into 4 pieces, each 4.25" x 5.5". (Or, use pre-made blank cards like these.)
  2. Print the first page of the PDF—the one with the mailboxes—on a sheet of paper. Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5″ x 11″ sheet fits 8 mailboxes plus 1 jumbo (BONUS!) mailbox. Cut out as many as you need. Make 3 slits in each mailbox door: left side, top, and right side. (Hint: an X-Acto knife and cutting mat make this much easier!)
  3. Glue the mailbox onto the card. (Don't glue down the door!)
  4. Print the second page of the PDF—the one with the envelopes—onto a separate piece of paper (or label paper, if you have it), then cut out as many as you wantNote :: Each 8.5" x 11" sheet fits 56 mini envelopes and 6 jumbo envelopes.
  5. Glue or stick the mini envelopes onto your card.
  6. OPTIONAL: hole-punch hearts and glue 'em on, or add tiny white dots with your gel pen.
  7. Write a personal note on the back and mail to someone you love!

Happy Valentine's Day!

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Free Printable | Envelope Liners

Envelope liners are the perfect way to spruce up your snail mail, and today I'm sharing 6 free designs that you can print from home!

This philodendron pattern paired with a coral envelope makes me want to go on vacation.

These little snails are doing a fine job of delivering their mail.

Cacti can look so sophisticated in black, white, and blush.

Donut worry...I have an envelope liner (and wax seal) to satisfy your sweet tooth!


Supplies Needed:

  • Envelope Liner PDF (download above)
  • A printer
  • Matte photo paper or text-weight paper (1 8.5″ x 11″ sheet per liner)
  • Envelope Liner Templates to match your envelope (my favorites are from Paper Source)
  • Scissors
  • Double-Sided Tape

As always, these printables are free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.


Assembly is easy-peasy, but here are some notes:

1. Print the liner of your choice on a sheet of matte photo paper or text-weight paper. (Super thick paper won't fold very well.) Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5″ x 11″ sheet fits 1 liner.

2. Using pencil, lightly trace around your envelope liner template.

3. Cut out the envelope liner.

4. Slide the liner inside the envelope and place it where you want it. Fold your envelope to crease the liner. NOW, remove the liner and put a small piece of double-sided tape near the top of it (on the back, of course). Slide the liner back in, make sure it's placed correctly, then stick it! (I don't recommend putting tape on the bottom portion of the liner because it will crinkle when you fold the envelope. A single piece of tape allows the liner to move a bit as the envelope is closed and sealed.)

Stick around because I'm about to post a GIVEAWAY!


PHOTOGRAPHY BY KIMBERLY CHAU

Free Printable | Hand-Lettered "Mama Bear" Card

Mother's Day is quickly approaching, and if you haven't had a chance to pop in the store to grab a card, you're in luck. Just download, cut, and fold: 3 easy steps to a hand-lettered card for your marvelous MAMA.


Supplies Needed:

Optional:

As always, this printable is free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.


Assembly is easy-peasy, but here are some notes:

1. Print the PDF on a sheet of matte photo paper or card stock. Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5″ x 11″ sheet fits 2 cards. (Yep, you get a BONUS "Mama" card just because I hate wasting paper.)

2. Using the solid trim lines on the PDF, cut out your cards, then fold.


Happy Mother's Day to my Mamas, new Mamas, and Mamas everywhere!

Free Printable | Modern Cactus-Themed Valentine's Day Cards

Free Printable | Modern Cactus-Themed Valentine's Day Cards by Pretty Peas Paperie

Can you believe February is right around the corner?! Plan ahead for Valentine's Day this year with my cactus cards!

If you follow Akula Kreative (my design studio) on Instagram, you might recognize the prickly plants from several posts back. "Draw cacti" had been on my Do-When-You-Have-Time List for months until I fiiinally had a chance over Christmas to make it happen. Originally, I wanted to use the cactus pattern to make custom fabric for our house—which I still might do—but for now, they work perfectly for printable cards.

These small cards are super easy to make: just print, cut, and fold! They fit inside a standard A2 envelope and measure about 4" x  5.125" when folded. The best part is, you have two versions of each design to choose from: one is fully designed and ready to go (top row in the photo below), and the other is plain and ready for stamping (bottom row in the photo below).

Free Printable | Cactus-Themed Valentine's Day Cards by Pretty Peas Paperie

Supplies Needed:

Optional:

As always, this printable is free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post.


Free Printable | "I love [cact]us." Valentine's Day Card by Pretty Peas Paperie

Assembly is pretty self-explanatory, but here are some notes:

1. Print the PDF on a sheet of matte photo paper or card stock. Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5″ x 11″ sheet fits 2 cards. The PDF is composed of 3 pages: page 1 is "I love [cact]us," page 2 is "chicks before pricks," and page 3 is "let's cuddle."

2. Using the solid trim lines on the PDF, cut out your cards. If you plan on stamping, I recommend doing that before folding.

3. On the samples, I used Paper Source text weight paper in Luxe Blush and stamped with a Versafine ink pad. (Remember that the more textured your paper is, the harder it will be for detail to come through. Luxe blush paper has a textured, cotton-like finish, so if you use that you might notice some loss in detail with your stamps.)

Free Printable | "Chicks before pricks" Valentine's Day Card by Pretty Peas Paperie

I had SO much fun making these...from the hand-lettered cactus puns to the limited edition stamp set! Oh, and speaking of stamps, I only made a handful of these cactus cuties so you better grab 'em while you can. The set of 3 is $50 and comes with a BONUS stamp! Click here to shop the Etsy Pop-Up.

Have fun and hope you enjoy my cacti!

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Free Printable | "Let's cuddle" Cactus Valentine's Day Card by Pretty Peas Paperie

Free Watercolor Printable | You are loved.

Free Watercolor Printable | You are loved.

There's something you should know :: YOU are LOVED. I lost a good friend this month, and this is what I would say if I had one extra minute with her.

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SPREAD THE LOVE :: Download, print, and mail this mini 6" x 6" watercolor to a special friend or family member, or simply pin it on the wall as a reminder to yourself. :)

As always, this printable is free for personal use only and may not be redistributed or sold.

Hope you enjoy it!

Free Printable "Musu-Bi Mine" Mini [Modern] Valentines

Free Printable | "Musubi Mine" Mini Valentine Spam musubiThis year's Valentines printable is a modern take on one of my favorite childhood snacks :: Spam musubi (pronounced "MOO-soo-bee" - not "moo-SOObee," Andrew Zimmern). If you're unfamiliar, Spam musubi is a beloved Hawaiian snack made of nori (seaweed), rice, and spam. In my family, musubi is a coveted staple brought to holiday potlucks and birthday parties. The second it gets set down on a table, you can expect it to disappear within ten minutes. Mmmm.

Happy Valentine's Day, fellow Pacific Islanders!

These miniature cards are a breeze to make: just print, cut, and fold! They fit perfectly in a coin envelope and sit nicely atop a fresh musubi.

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Free Printable | "Musubi Mine Valentine"

1. To make the mini Valentines, simply print the PDF on a sheet of matte photo paper or card stock. Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5" x 11" sheet fits 6 cards; each folded card measures 2" x 3.5".

2. Using the marks on the PDF, trim your cards. Each flat card measures 4" wide by 3.5" tall.

3. Fold each card in half.

Free Printable "Musubi Mine Valentine"

4. If you want to give the card some texture, use glitter glue to mimic grains of rice.

Free Printable | "Musubi Mine" Mini Valentine

5. Let dry and stick in a coin envelope. I used glassine envelopes because they remind me of rice paper. :) Seal with washi tape or a sticker.

As always, these are FREE for personal use only and may not be copied, redistributed, or sold.

SPAM MUSUBI PHOTO CREDIT :: IAMFOODBLOG.COM

Free Printable Seahawks and Patriots Cupcake Toppers | Super Bowl XLIX

The Super Bowl is upon us! These cupcake toppers have been quite a hit on Pinterest, so I've created a new PDF for all you New England fans.


Supplies Needed:


The directions are pretty self-explanatory, but you basically download, print, cut, glue/tape. To attach the “foam fingers” to the toothpicks, I just used a small strip of tape on the back.

To see more of the toppers in action, check out last year's post HERE.

As always, these are FREE for personal use only and may not be copied, redistributed, or sold.

Happy beer drinking and nacho eating!

DIY Watercolored Cactus Paper Sculpture

Inspired by our new spineless prickly pear cactus, I decided to try to make a mini paper version for my desk. My watercolor work isn't the best, but overall it's pretty darn cute. The bonus :: it requires no sun and water!


Supplies Needed:

  • Printable PDF | Cactus and Pot Templates (click to download)
  • A printer
  • 1 Sheet of 8.5" x 11" watercolor paper
  • Watercolors, paintbrush, paper towel, and water cup
  • 2 Sheets of 8.5" x 11" card stock (you choose the colors/patterns)
  • Scissors
  • Foam tape (I used 10+ Scotch Foam Mounting Squares)
  • Craft glue
  • Double-stick tape
  • Scotch tape (optional)
  • Mini or full-size popsicle stick (optional)
  • A cup of rice

1. Download the PDFs. Print sheet 1 on watercolor paper. (You can also print it on cactus-colored card stock if you don't feel like painting.) Print sheets 2 and 3 on the pieces of card stock you picked out for the exterior and interior of the pot.


2. Watercolor your cactus pieces, then let the sheet dry. Cut everything out, then do a mock-up of the layered pieces. For example: on top of section D, place D-1, then D-2. Use the diagram up there on the right if it helps.


3. Tape the pieces to the main cactus using foam squares. The top pieces are pretty small, so you may have to trim the foam tape a bit.


4. For extra stability, glue a popsicle stick (or card stock remnant) to the bottom of the back of your cactus. Make sure the length of the stick that "pokes out" will fit inside the pot.


5. Time to make the pot! This may seem complicated, but it will make sense when you're doing it. Note: SOLID lines mean CUT and DOTTED lines mean FOLD. Cut out the main pot from sheet 2 (left image above), then cut the slits as indicated by the solid lines. Complete all of your folds until this piece looks like the right image above. Fold up the sides so you can clearly see the hexagonal bottom. Apply a small amount of craft glue in the triangular sections and connect all of the sides. On the inside of your pot, you should now have 6 "flaps" that need to get out of the way. Use tape or glue to flatten them against the side walls. (See image below.)

Next, cut out the pot "interior" from your other sheet of card stock. Fold up the walls so you have a hexagonal bottom. Now, place this piece INSIDE the main pot. (It might take some finagling to get it in there.) Secure the two pieces together with double-stick tape.

Yay! Now you have a paper pot.


6. Fill the pot with rice, beans, beads, pebbles, or anything else you have on hand...then add your cactus!


I did some watercolor touch up once everything was assembled, then bent some of the segments to give it dimension.

Place your new paper succulent on your desk or give one to a family member or co-worker. :)

Free Printable Seahawks and Broncos Cupcake Toppers

Free Printable | Super Bowl XLVIII Cupcake Toppers | PrettyPeas.com [pinit]

 

Looking for ways to impress your Super Bowl party guests? Try our Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos cupcake toppers! Just bake up your cakes (like Bakerella's burger cupcakes) and top them with mini "foam fingers" and flags.

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Supplies Needed:

Free Printable | Seattle Seahawks Cupcake Toppers | PrettyPeas.com

Free Printable | Denver Broncos Cupcake Toppers | PrettyPeas.com

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The directions are pretty self-explanatory, but you basically download, print, cut, glue/tape. To attach the "foam fingers" to the toothpicks, I just used a small strip of washi tape on the back.

As always, these are FREE for personal use only and may not be copied, redistributed, or sold.

Good luck and may the best team WIN!

Free Printable | Super Bowl XLVIII Cupcake Toppers | PrettyPeas.com

Color Me Crafty

Printable Coloring Sheet for Halloween // for adults [pinit]

 

Do something creative the next time you need a break from work :: COLOR! Just print this page, grab some markers or colored pencils, and feel the stress melt away. Our Halloween-inspired PDF will print two mini signs per page, so share with a coworker or use one for practice. (Note :: This design has some intricate detail so it's not really meant for small children.)

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Free Halloween Printable for Adults and Teens // If the broom fits, take it for a spin!

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Or...if you just want a cute Halloween sign to decorate your home or office, print the finished sign you see above.

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Enjoy!

Chain Letter REVIVAL

Now that Akula Kreative is up and running again, I finally had a chance to work on a printable. With this project, we can work together to BRING BACK THE CHAIN LETTER!!

First, let me explain why I like the idea of a chain letter. None of my good friends lives in the same city. From Africa to Australia, from East Coast to West, I'd need to win the lottery to be able to visit them on a regular basis. Now that Facebook has exploded, we're duped into feeling like we're still in touch, but "liking" a photo here and there isn't quite as special as a letter in the mail. But let's be realistic. As much as I'd looove to spend 2 hours (and $5 in postage) writing notes every day, keeping in touch "the old fashioned way" is hard work.

So, I thought of a Chain Letter. But not the crazy kind that guilt-trips you into participating ("You'll die if you don't pass it on!!!"). A fun, quick, Mad Libs version that allows you to update friends within just a few minutes. The best part is, you only have to send it one person. Sure, it might take a long time for it to get back to you, but that's part of the fun.

Printable Chain Letter

Here's how it works:

The letter is composed of 5 unique pages: a cover page, an instruction page, a map, an info page, and a back page.

STEP 1 :: Print one of each page, plus extra info pages (depending on how many people you want to involve).

STEP 2 :: Fill in details on the cover page, instructions page, map, and 1st info page.

STEP 3 :: Stuff into an envelope and mail to a friend!


Below is the cover page:

Printable Chain Letter Project // a fun way to keep in touch

If you're the one starting the letter, you fill in the cover page yourself.

Next comes the instruction page:

Printable Chain Letter Project // a fun way to keep in touch

Again, if you're the starter, you get to make up the rules.

If you want the letters to be sent to a specific group, add a note with names so people know...otherwise it might be fun to just see where it goes. I have a particular friend in mind who I think would love this as a little pick-me-up, so I added an optional section to line 4: "Mail all contents...with the hopes of eventually sending it to [ ]." This way, the second-to-last recipient knows where to send the letter. If the process works, being last is best because you get to read all of the previous answers.

Next comes the map:

Printable Chain Letter Project // a fun way to keep in touch

Mark your city with a dot, then eventually connect all the dots to see how far the letter traveled.

*UPDATE ::  A world map and North America map are now available! Please see the link at the bottom of the post to download it.

Next comes the info page:

Printable Chain Letter Project // a fun way to keep in touch

This page will need to be printed several times.

If you want to keep the group small, print 4...if you're feeling adventurous, print 10. Print as many as you'd like. If you couldn't already tell, this is the page each person will fill out. There are two things I love about this format: 1) You get to update your contact info and 2) You'll have specific insight into your friends' lives that you'll be able to look back on and laugh at in years to come.

Eventually, I'd like to make a few versions of the info pages, so each year I can change it up...but we'll see how this round goes first. If you have any requests for other versions designed for kids, pen pals, other countries, etc., tell us on Facebook or comment below.

Oh, last thing. If/when the letter returns to you, you can take photos or scan the contents and email them to everyone. In theory, I think it's a great way to encourage everyone to keep in touch. You can even use social media to keep track of where the letter is.

I mean, come on...how fun would it be to open something like this in the mail??!!


To join in, you can download the printable files for free below!

Each page measures 4.25" x 5.5" - depending on the number of sheets you include and how thick your paper is, they'll fit in an A2 envelope or larger.

To print on A4 Flat Cards:

To print on 8.5" x 11" sheets:

We recommend using high quality paper and the "best photo" settings on your home printer.

If you use the 8.5" x 11" sheets, use the thin gray lines as guides for trimming. The first PDF includes the cover page, instruction page, map, and back page. You can print this PDF front and back or on two separate sheets. (Just be careful you have the paper set correctly if printing on the back.)

The second PDF includes 4 info sheets per page. Print as many as you need.

*Free for personal use only. These PDFs may not be copied, redistributed, or sold.


If you have any questions, feel free to comment below!

Good luck, have fun, and...

LONG LIVE SNAIL MAIL!

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Free Printable Set of Nautical Gift Tags

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Finally getting around to posting another freebie! With this PDF you can print 8 gift tags per sheet (4 of each design). They're the perfect finishing touch to a nautical-themed party gift!

DOWNLOAD THE *FREE PRINTABLE* HERE...

...Then print it on high quality matte paper, punch a hole, and thread your ribbon or twine. Enjoy!

*Free for personal use only. This PDF may not be copied, redistributed, or sold.

DIY Magnet Board for Your Travel Bucket List

DIY-Vacation-Board-1 My husband and I LOVE to travel. But, like everyone else, we have neither the funds nor the time to do it all at once. As a little "surprise" present one year, I made this board so we could keep track of "the places we need to see and the things we need to do." It's a customizable, moveable, travel bucket list that you can easily make at home. (If you have kids it would be a fun way for them to write down where they want to go.)

In this post, I'll show you how to make it...

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Supplies Needed:

supplies

  • a small dry erase board :: you can find these almost anywhere: office supply stores, craft stores, amazon.com, etc.
  • a dry erase pen :: you'll need this to check boxes and add your info
  • Avery Inkjet Magnet Sheets :: available at office supply stores or online
  • an inkjet printer
  • scissors or a paper trimmer

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Instructions ::

  1. Download the free printable template here: DIY Vacation Board
  2. Open the PDF, then print it on an 8.5" x 11" magnet sheet. Let dry for a few minutes to make sure the ink doesn't smudge.
  3. Trim the pieces. I recommend: a) using a paper trimmer if you have one, and b) trimming the table in rows instead of cells. This will make things a lot easier.
  4. Arrange the pieces on the board, then write your info with the dry erase pen. (You can also make your own table in Microsoft Word if you prefer a more professional look. :)
  5. Optional :: I used the extra space on the magnet sheet to print out some vacation photos. If you don't use them on the board, you'll have extra magnets!

Since the sheet is magnetic, you can easily move rows around allowing you to prioritize or re-organize your list. (Our list, for instance, is organized by cost.)

Ta da! A fun, easy-to-make interactive travel board. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below.

 

FREE Printable Christmas Gift Tags

free printable Christmas holiday gift tags It's been a while since we posted a freebie, so here you go :: 3 sets of printable Christmas gift tags!

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Supplies:

  • Color Printer
  • High quality matte photo paper or card stock (bright white)
  • Scissors
  • Hole Punch
  • Twine, String, or Ribbon

Instructions:

  1. DOWNLOAD the PDF you want to use here:

  2. Print each sheet using your highest quality settings on matte photo paper or card stock.
  3. Finish by trimming and hole punching each tag, then fasten to your gift with twine or ribbon!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Love, Pretty Peas

DIY Wrap-Around Nautical Address Labels

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DIY Nautical Wrap Around Address Labels

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These Custom DIY Nautical Wrap-Around Address Labels are now available in our Etsy Shop! The printable PDF of labels is customized with your return address. (We can also add your guest addresses for $0.40 each.)

For our FREE *blank* address label template (no return address or guest addresses), click on the link below:

Nautical Wrap-Around Labels

Please remember this is free for personal use only.

Instructions:

  1. After downloading the PDF, print it out on full sheet label paper. (Avery full-sheet labels work great - you can buy them at any office supply store. Our favorite label paper is Spectacle InkJet Crack and Peel from sheet-labels.com.) Each sheet will provide 3 wrap-around labels, each approx. 3.5" x 6".
  2. Cut out the labels with a paper trimmer, leaving a 1/4" border around the blue pinstripe.
  3. Add your return address and guest address by hand. (May we suggest using a fun color like red?)
  4. Stick 'em on to your 5" x 7" photo mailers!

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