Monday, October 8, 2012

Free Fall and Halloween Printables

Happy Monday!  Is everyone excited for the week ahead?  I know I am- I have some very exciting stuff happening on Thursday (oh the suspense).  Until that point I am working to learn some really neat new blog techniques.  They may be old hat to you or maybe it is brand spankin' new... either way, everyone loves a free printable right?

I have been wondering for quite some time how to make and link my own printables to this blog.  Then I found I Am Momma- Hear Me Roar and she told me everything I needed to know.  She told me all about PicMonkey and Design House Digital: my two new best friends.

Using those websites, I created a few Fall and Halloween printables for you.  Please enjoy them and share with me in the excitement of a new technique!  Here's to learning more everyday, right?!


{Favorite Fall Things}

{I think this one is my favorite.  The colors, the fonts.. it just makes me excited for FALL!}

Do you love it too?  Get it here!


{Cheesy Fall Lines}
{Okay, I am a major cheese when it comes to play on words.  I may or may not have something else already titled "FALLing in Love"... I can't help myself}

Are you a big cheese too?  Get this printable here!
(This one is sized smaller to fit a 5 x 7 frame.  Good things come in small packages, right?)


{The Definition of Halloween}
{I am also a bit of a sucker for definitions.  I don't know why but it seems to add a cuteness to everything it touches.  I would suggest bookmarking dictionary.reference.com right now for future craft use}

Are you a bit of a word nerd too?  Brighten your day with this free printable, found here!

{Your Turn!}
I am so excited to have learned how to make my own printables and I hope that someone has been inspired from this post as well!  Let me know what you like, what you don't, or anything else on your mind!  This is a learning process after all and we are all in this together.
Note: You no longer have to do the word verification to comment on this blog (yay!) If that was holding you back before, then you're free to comment now!  Thank you for your patience. 

Happy Crafting,
Kelsie Ann


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8 comments:

  1. If you have any trouble downloading the file PLEASE let me know. Since this is my first time doing a printable, I didn't realize I needed to change the settings on share. I think I fixed the problem, but please let me know if you experience any trouble.

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  2. Very creative! What font is "hayrides"? I love it :)

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    1. The font is called: Brushtip Travis. I love it too, I had to fit it in there somewhere!

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    1. Laurie- After you click on the link, in the upper left corner should be the options "File" "Edit" "View" and "Help". Click File and then download the image. From there you can save it to any picture folder to keep (or use digitally) OR you may print it through your favorite source (I like to just open pictures in WORD)

      Hope this helps!
      Kelsie Ann

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  4. It worked... so cute! A couple of hints for others- you have to download first, then print. I was looking for a print button and couldn't find one! Then, in the print screen, it kept wanting to cut off the bottom when printing until I UNCHECKED the "fit to screen" box. Then it worked great! I'm going to print this out on fabric and make a fall pillow :)

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    1. Oops- just responded to your question too! Thanks for the hints though, especially about the fit to screen. Love the pillow idea!

      Kelsie Ann

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  5. This is Awesome . I love them all thanks for sharing
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART BCA/ANYTHING GOES Linky Party
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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