A couple years ago I was wondering around in Whole Foods, and I stumbled across their greeting card section. It was a very small rack, but it had the best cards. Most were fronted with an inspirational quote, or a really meaningful message, and I wanted to buy all of them. I didn’t though. Instead I snapped a couple pictures on my phone of the ones I really liked, and figured I’d look them up later. Flash forward a few years, and I was clearing the old photos off my cell phone before I turned it in for my new phone upgrade. I put all those old photos in a folder on my laptop, and didn’t really look through them for a while….a long while.
I opened that folder a few weeks ago, and remembered all those cards that day at Whole Foods. It just so happens that I am redecorating my son’s room (from baby to big boy!), and I thought one of the card fronts would be perfect for his room….a really great quote from H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
I decided to learn how to make a printable, something I take major advantage of, but had never made myself. Have you seen all the FREE printables on Pinterest? There are so many, for pretty much everything you could imagine. People design them, then put them out there for people to print for free. You can print them at home, or you can print them somewhere like Staples or Kinkos. Last year I printed all of my Christmas labels and they were totally cute. My kitchen menu plan? Free. My yearly calendar? Free. The list goes on and on. Check out my free printable board on Pinterest for some major inspiration. Anyway, it turned out pretty easy! I paired this lovely quote with my other best friend, Chevron. How nice to see you again...
For this printable, I made them in 5 different colors, so if you are interested in printing them, hopefully one coordinates with your décor. These are perfect for a kid’s room or playroom…or probably even someone you really just like a lot. It’s easy to print them too. I am going to post the links below, and all you do it click on them. Each one will open in Google Docs, and then you just download the image, and print it (still confused? Scroll all the way down for further explanation). I opted to have mine printed at staples so the quality of print was high. For all 5 it was around $2 to print. Totally cheap.
Time to get the goods! Click on your color to open in Google Docs (and then download, print).
Having trouble printing in Google Docs? Click on the link above, and this is what you see next….
Which is your favorite color? I am majorly digging the orange!