One of the trends I've been seeing lately is printing things out at home, instead of buying them ready made at the store. Most printers today have settings to allow for ink-saving, therefore printing at home has become much more cost-effective than it used to be. Lately, I've been finding a lot of printables on Pinterest (duh).
Lately I've become an organizing freak, as in I've labeled almost 50% of the contents of my kitchen cabinets. OCD much? Here are a few of my favorite printable labels (free, of course!)
I used these in my kitchen, the blue ones (my favorite color :)
These are great because you can download an editable PDF file and type out the text you want directly onto the label (great for messy handwriters!)
I do better when I have a task list, and planning pages are a great way to get things done. Especially for all you mommy bloggers, blog planning pages are a great way to brainstorm ideas, keep yourself organized, and stay in check with your marketing strategies!
I like this one because of the pretty colors (I sound like a 4 year old, right?) and also for the fact that you get 2 pages on 1 8.5x11 inch piece of paper :) Eco-friendly and cheap :)
I like this one because of the stats box at the bottom. Its hard for me to remember my growth in stats, so its nice to have a place to write down where you were at that moment in time.
Why buy a coloring book when your kid is probably only going to mark up a few pages and then get sick of it? Print out pages one by one, and don't waste paper :)
We like this one for obvious reasons :) CARS!
This whole website has free printables, but I especially like the number and alphabet coloring pages because they are simple. I feel like toddlers get overwhelmed with lots of lines, so these are straight to the point.
How do you use your home printer to save money? Have any favorite free printables you'd like to share?