How much do you love free printables? Me? I’m obsessed and always have been. Honestly, I don’t know why but I love it. I absolutely love the summer time, art journalling in the summer, switching out the art work in my frames/wall art and updating my planner, all of which rely on the kindness of wonderful designers who offer some amazing free printables!
The Free Printables:
I love all things watermelon related and this Free Printable wall art is one of my favourite of the free printables available today. You will be able to use it year after year!
I like to store Printable wall art that is seasonal, in the frame all year round but hidden behind the print of the season. So, in Spring, Autumn and Winter, the watermelon print is in behind the others. I’m able to store lots of printables in frames because I use Lil Davinci frames that are actually designed for kids art work but I don’t have kids and I like to display free things because I’m cheap :p
2. SUMMER Bucket List/To Do List by Ann Marie Loves
This is one of the most beautiful colour palettes! It’s my ‘go to’ palette although for home decor it’s all about pastels!
3. Orange and Pink Summer Bucket List – Go. See. Eat. Make. Do.
Do you have any goals that you want to achieve during the summer? I think I want some confetti or polka dots all over my home office. Purely because it’s pretty. I think this would look marvellous on your family command centre.
If you have a lot of things that you want to achieve in the summer months then you want this bucket list. You and your entire family can add to it. If you wanted to, you could even use a laminating machine, laminating pouches and dry wipe markers to use the bucket list year after year. You could even save on a laminating machine and stick it in a photo frame!
5. 3D Ice Cream Printables from Mr Printables
Mr.Printables always comes up with amazing printables and papercraft ideas! I love that chocolate sprinkles ice cream cone 🙂
Filling a summer binder full of printables can be a great activity to keep the kids occupied over the summer.
The printable Gift Tags by Amy Moss are fabulous! Especially if you know someone who has a Birthday in the summer months *cough cough cough*.
I’d be thrilled to receive a birthday gift with these gift tags attached! They’d be perfect to use in art journals and as scrapbook embellishments.
Laura from iHeartPlanners has offered two fabulous and free printables to help you keep track of everything you read on your summer vacation and the goals you want to achieve!
I love art journaling and almost always use printable art journal cards. Whether I download them free or purchase them from scrapbook artists on Etsy, I always print them on bright white cardstock and use my WRMK 3×4 punch to get perfect rounded corners!
If you have the space on your walls then you should definitely print and display this beautiful art print!
There’s a chance that I’m obsessed with printable ice creams. Because I struggle with self control when it comes to delicious things like ice cream, I take it anyway I can get it and it doesn’t get more low calorie than printables!
Printing garlands and decor for your home is such a fun way to decorate that isn’t permanent and that the kiddos will love! This fruit garland is marvellous and would be perfect for any summer party or barbeque.
I’m a big fan of The Jones Design company and all of the free printables that are available in the library. More often than not, the seasonal wall art that is on display in my home is by The Jones Design Company!
I scream, you scream, we all scream for even more ice cream! Don’t worry, I heard the screaming. How stinkin’ cute is this ice cream cone garland? Not to mention the adorable wee face holding it!
Are you just waiting to hear the dreadded sentence “Mooooom, I’m boooooooored”? I remember those times all too well! Of course I would ALWAYS hear back “well sure why don’t you help me and grab the hoover?”, “yeah no, I’m not that bored thanks”.
This is a fabulous list for kids to tackle the boredom!
What is your favourite?! I’ve already printed out a bucket list and my JDC Summer Essentials watercolour print ^_^