Monday, March 5, 2012

All the Projects that are Fit to Print (Roundup)

Happy Monday, Hot Stuff(s). 

Today I've got a lovely little roundup of fun + free printable art and templates from around the web.  Anyone who saw the duckling and Weeb paint a zoo knows I love me a free printable almost as much as I love guacamole.  And if you've never seen me with a bowl of guacamole, well, it's embarrasing.

So here are a few adorable, free (and therefore awesome) printables to get your little DIY hearts pounding. 

Surprise your special someone with coffee to go with these coffee sleeves from eatdrinkchic that are, as the French would say, charmant - charming + definitely exchangeable for a few kisses (French, of course) from your lover.

Speaking of lovers, my lover loves ice cream almost as much as he loves the Yankees and me (in that order).  Since the hubs gave up ice cream for lent, I'm stashing these away for Easter, also known as eat-your-ice-cream-face-off day. 

Lest the duckling feel left out, heres a great set of alphabooks from mrprintables that's great for kids of nearly all ages. 

Um, where were these when I got marriedFunkytime has great mason jar themed labels for your next jam-making session or mason jar favors.

And let's not forget the crafter in your life that's full of joy and sunshine. Ahem.  Here are two darling prints from manmaddiy and collectedblog respectively.  Follow my instructions on how to make $6 picture frames and you've got yourself a cute, affordable gift to give!  You are the best. friend. ever.  (You're welcome.)

Now that we've been talking about all these awesome people in your life, maybe it's time you threw a party.  Above are two sets of party-related printables, the first being free wedding invitation printables from weddingchicksHowaboutorange (who I've mentioned before) has some great party printables and more on their site.  Definitely take a look around. 

The best part about throwing a party?  Receiving hostess gifts!  Here's some fun + florescent printable wrapping paper also from funkytime.  If only I still had that set of neon puffy paints to adorn these gifts with!

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