Free Bunny Printables

It’s officially spring and Easter is fast-approaching.  And I don’t know about you, but nothing says spring quite like Reese’s peanut butter eggs, I mean bunnies.  So I created some simple, yet very cute and free bunny printables for you guys.  You can always eat Reese’s peanut butter eggs while you print your 8×10 printable and stick it in a frame.

FREE 8x10 bunny printables!  Great for spring and Easter!

It’s also the 10th of the month, which means I’ve partnered up with some other fantastic creative bloggers for a blog hop.  The theme this month is bunnies– obviously.  Join the blog hop and “hop” on over to view the other projects up close.  If you happen to come upon a broken link, just click HOME on each site to view the project.

10 CUTE bunny projects, recipes and crafts! #spring

I went with 4 springy colors– pink, blue, yellow, and green.  I chose not to include any font because I think “Hoppy Spring” and “Hoppy Easter” are so 2011.

Click on the image of the printable to head to the download page!  Oh, and don’t worry– the two twenty one logo isn’t on the actual printables.

pink bunny

blue bunny

yellow bunny

green bunny

Never Accidentally Shrink Your Laundry Again + Free Printable

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been known to shrink laundry once in a while.  I would put the clothing in the washer, get busy doing something else, and when the washer would beep I would automatically put all the clothes in the drying, forgetting about my clothes that needed to be line dried or laid flat to dry.  I knew I had to do something when my favorite cardigan met its shrunken demise.  May it rest in peace.

laundry drying organizer

The first thing I did involved making a drying printable organizer to keep in my laundry binder.  I created two sections– line dry and lay flat.  Then, I listed my clothing items in the appropriate columns.  That way I’m not fumbling to find the tag every time I wash one of the items.

laundry organization binder

The printable has helped me organize how each piece of clothing should be dried.  But I needed something else to remind me when I would wash the line dry and lay flat items so I wouldn’t put these items in the dryer.

Enter the lingerie bag.

Whenever I wash a piece of clothing that requires special drying, I put it in a lingerie bag (less than $1 at most big box stores).  That way, when I take the clothes from the washer and put them in the dryer, I know the clothes in the lingerie bags need to be line dried or laid flat to dry.

This method also helps when I happen to throw some of my clothes in with Brad’s laundry (we’re weird and do our own laundry) and he takes the clothes from the washer and puts them in the dryer.  When I have clothes in the lingerie bags, he knows those get hung up to dry or to ask me if they need to be laid flat.

lingerie bag

I have about ten lingerie bags, which are needed when I’m doing multiple loads of laundry on the same day.  I hang them on a hook in our laundry room.  This method keeps them organized and allows them to air dry.

I cannot tell you how much this system has helped me.  Yeah, I had to spend a little money on the lingerie bags, but I’ve had a full return on my invest because I haven’t shrunk a piece of clothing since implementing this system.

I hope you find these tips helpful in my attempt to eliminate clothing shrinkage one cardigan at a time.  You can download the drying organizer here to help in your crusade.  Just click on the image to go to the download/print page.

laundry drying document

If you don’t have a laundry binder and don’t intend on making one, you can frame the laundry drying organizer, and write on the glass of the frame with a dry erase marker.

What do you think of this system? Do you think it would help you in the prevention of clothing shrinkage? Do you have a different system for organizing your clothing that requires special drying?

Free Printable: Medications Allowed During Pregnancy

When I first found out I was knocked up I wasn’t taking any medications, other than my daily vitamin.  I’ve always been one of those people who goes by the mantra the less medications, the better.  Obviously, if I had a medical condition I’d take medication recommended to me by my doctor but since I don’t have a medical condition I try to limit my pill popping.  I plan to continue this less is better mantra throughout my pregnancy.  I take my prenatal vitamins daily, and I’ve had Tylenol a few times for headaches and Tums for heartburn, but that’s about it.

But I was curious about what medications I could take while pregnant because I’ve heard so many preggos complain about not being able to take anything.  When I googled what medications were allowed during pregnancy I found it hard to find a concise, printable list.  So I was happy when the nurse at my OB/GYN’s office gave me a hand out with a list of medications allowed during pregnancy in my welcome packet, but it wasn’t the prettiest.  I’ll give them one bonus point for using a colored of piece of paper though.  But I decided to take it upon myself to create a jazzy version of the handout.

And because sharing is caring, here is the list for you or for that special preggo in your life.
(Click on the image to go to the download page.)

medications allowed during pregnancy

I have to say, I don’t know what all these preggos were whining about.  You can take pain relievers (Tylenol), cold medicine (Robitussin, etc.), antibiotics (Amoxicillin), and even Ambien (although I don’t require Ambien).  What else could one need?

DISCLAIMER: I’m not a doctor.  I received this list of allowed medications from my OB/GYN.  If you’re concerned, take this list to your doctor and have him/her approve it for you.  I am not liable if you use Tucks (or any of the other medications listed on the printable) and you’re not supposed to.

Free Valentine’s Day Fonts

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so I wanted to share some of my favorite free Valentine’s Day fonts with you.  These are perfect for printables, homemade Valentine cards, gift tags, decorations, and more.

I wrote out “Happy Valentine’s Day” with each font so you can see how they look.

FREE Valentine's Day Fonts

I broke the fonts up into sections of four to make it easier to navigate and figure out which font you’d like to download.  They go in order from the image above.

To download the font(s) you desire, click on the text link name of the font below the image, not the image.  You will be taken to the appropriate website where you can download the font.

valentine's day fonts

Grand Hotel  •  Budmo  •  KB Jellybean  •  Pacifico

valentine's day fonts

Cupid de Locke  •  AdamGorry- Lights  •  Contribute  •  Caviar Dreams

valentine's day fonts

Chopin Script  •  GeosansLight  •  appleberry  •  Giddyup Std

valentine's day fonts

Sketch Block  •  JulesLove  •  Print Clearly  •  Chalk Hand Lettering Shaded

Which Valentine’s Day font is your favorite?
How do you plan to use one (or some) of these?

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Free Christmas Gift Tags

Remember about a week ago when I shared the “Eat Drink and be Merry” printable with you guys?  Well, it inspired to me to share some free Christmas gift tags!  Multicolored, jazzy gift tags to be exact.

I’m hoping these gift tags give me the motivation to steer away from my usual sticker gift tags.  While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with sticker gift tags (I’ve used them for years), I’d like to branch out a little when it comes to wrapping gifts.

FREE Holiday Gift Tags!

Simply print the sheet of gift tags onto a regular 8.5 x 11 piece of card stock and cut them out.  Write “to” and “from” on the backside of the tag.  If you want to save some of your printer ink, you can send or take it to a printer (Costco, FedEx Office, etc.).

Click on the image of the tags above to head to the download/save page.

FREE Christmas gift tags!  6 different styles!

Head this way to print the coordinating Eat Drink and be Merry 8×10 print!

FREE printable!

Want more Christmas goodness in your life?  Check out my other holiday projects here.

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Eat Drink And Be Merry Printables

Want to know one way I like to spread Christmas cheer?  No, it’s definitely not singing loud for all to hear.  You don’t want any of that business.

By dishing out free, festive printables!

Eat Drink And Be Merry printables to be exact.  I had Christmas parties in mind when I created these– slap one in a frame by the refreshments and call it a day.  Your friends and/or family will think you’re such an amazing hostess. . . even when you drink too much wine and say things you shouldn’t.

FREE "Eat Drink and be Merry" Christmas printables!

My most favorite is the multicolored print.  Because it’s the jazziest.  (Insert jazz hands.)

FREE printable!

Here’s a red one.FREE printable!And a green one.

FREE printable!

Click on the 8×10 you desire to download  and print it.  Don’t worry– the two twenty one watermark isn’t on the actual printable.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, friends!

Want more Chelsea-created Christmas goodness in your life?  Click here.

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Printables are for personal use only.