Online Finds: Free Printable Floral Calendar for 2021

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Brittany De Leon shared her adorable, colorful floral calendar for 2021:

Printable Calendar for 2021

(Free for personal use.)

After the 2020 we had, I’m all for something pretty to look at every month. Thank you for sharing, Brittany!

Visit Paper Trail Design for more.

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An Easy Way to Store Spool and Bobbin Together

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How do you store sewing threads and the corresponding bobbins? Petro at Easy Peasy Creative listed two solutions she found very helpful, and I really liked one of them: joining the spool and bobbin with a rubber band.

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Petro Neagu at Easy Peasy Creative

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Petro Neagu at Easy Peasy Creative

What an ingenious idea. I just love it when you take a regular old anything and use it to solve a new problem. I’ll have to do this!

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Nerdy Pencils Confirm that Brains Are Always in Fashion

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These nerdy pencils made me laugh, starting with “Brains are the new black”!

Etsy NewtonAndTheApple Geeky Pencils

NewtonAndTheApple on Etsy

The pencils come with a catchphrase, each on its own color ranging from black via blues to white:

  • “Brains are the new black”
  • “Dare to be square”
  • “Endeavour to be clever”
  • “Nerd is the word”
  • “It’s chic to be geek”

LOL! 😀 From NewtonAndTheApple on Etsy.

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Online Finds: Colorful Calendar for 2020

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It’s time to update my planning calendar for 2020. In fact, I’m running a little late on this, and my collection of notepapers with scribbles is getting out of hand… Thankfully, Julia Groves has updated her lovely watercolor designs.

Printable Calendar for 2020 by Julia Groves

I just should’ve remembered to click the ink-saving option off when printing. Ohwell. 🙂

Thank you for sharing, Julia!

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Online Finds: Colorful Blank Calendar for 2019

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Time to find a monthly calendar for next year.

Printable Blank Calendar for 2019

This colorful calendar is by Lena at What Mommy Does. She designed it to be all blank on purpose; this way it’s useable every year.

Thanks for sharing, Lena!

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Online Finds: Free Printable Harry Potter Valentine’s Day Card

Arts & Crafts, Bits in Spaaace!, DIY, Geek out!

This printable Harry Potter Valentine’s Day card project by Nicole at Tikkido is clever – and it’s even possible to make the larger size with an optical fiber wand that lights up.

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Nicole at Tikkido.

“You are the ‘lumos’ in my life.” Very apt for Harry Potter fans!

Visit the post by Nicole at Tikkido for more.

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Online Finds: Colorful Calendar for 2018

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Time to find a monthly calendar for next year.

Printable Calendar for 2018

This floral calendar is by Ananda at A Piece of Rainbow. Each month has a different bouquet with a bit of space for notes. I think December is already my favorite. Very beautiful!

Thanks for sharing, Ananda!

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Online Finds: Colorful Calendars for 2016

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Time to start thinking about next year. (Already?!) Thanks to the generosity of fellow creatives, there are already free printable calendars available online. I prefer monthly write-in calendars, so I picked a geometric one by Botanical Paperworks (pdf; personal use only):

Printable Calendar for 2016

In fact, they have three different patterns to choose from; check out their website. I also liked the monthly calendars by Scattered Squirrel and by Sarah Titus. Thanks, all!

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Online Finds: Colorful Calendar for 2015

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Time to get a 2015 calendar! Thanks to Miss Tiina, I now have a gorgeous, colorful monthly write-in calendar:

Printable Calendar for 2015

It comes in two versions, North American (the week starts on a Sunday) and European (the week starts on a Monday), and is free for personal use only. I also really, really loved this colorful pixel design calendar by Maryanne:

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Maryanne at Scrappy Sticky Inky Mess.

Unfortunately, as I’ve come to realize, I need a lot of space for notes. As much as I liked my 2014 owl one, I have to have a calendar I can write on. To each their own. 🙂

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