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International Women’s Day PL printables

Yes, yes, it has been a while since I have made printables.  But this year I really wanted to make a set for International Women’s Day.  2017 was a tough year, personally and for women in general.  CNN says 2018 will be the Year of Women – but then again it could just be “fake news” right? {imagine a snort of derision here}

I have been seeing a few graphics for Women’s Day and most of them are more like Mother’s Day in tone – very sweet and floral.  If 2018 is the Year of Women then I think the graphics should reflect something … stronger.

I’m still playing around with things but these two (very different) sets are heading in the right directions.  The first is a combination of the sweet and floral feel that I mentioned:

Download that one here.

The second one is a little more graphic, although it IS pink…but then, so are the pussy hats, so I think that is fine.

Download that here. There is also a trio of little circles that can be used as embellishments for anything really – might be nice as a full sheet of bits for a planner, for example.

Hope you find good use for them!

 

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Updated for 2019 – Pretty circles CD calendar

Had a request from Sue to update the Pretty CD calendar for 2019.  I decided to shake it up a bit.  I have had the same design for this one for a few years and was getting a little tired of it.  The old 2018 version is here:

And this is the 2019 version:which you can download here.

ENJOY!


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For the VERY forward thinking folk… 2018 to 2022 calendars +

Well.  This is going to seem excessive, unless you are a long-term planner.

One of my commenters, Kellie, IS planning for a life changing event, far in the future.  She likes my Doily calendar one-sheets and likes the idea of using them to count down to this event.  She asked, and while I am not one to think THAT far ahead, we had a chat and I decided it would actually benefit me too.  Once I create the basic calendar month blocks for any year, tweaking the fonts and such is relatively easy (well, at least if I am using monospaced fonts, but then I never do seem to do that!) Having it all sorted so far into the future means I can make calendars and one-sheets and focus on the decorative elements. So here they are!

Notice the blank sheets.  Kellie sent me a photo of her planning board and from looking at that I though hat blank sheets could be very helpful.  So I made corresponding sheets with only the date on them.  By printing one and then setting the top margin on her printer (or, low tech version, loading the top of the file with however many line feeds/returns to make the printing start below the doily decor) she (YOU) can print all sorts of things – check lists, ToDo lists, major milestones achieved , etc.

There are slight variations in the layout of the doilies and the fonts for the months are mostly different.  I probably could have changed the year to match the month but I liked it better the same as the days font.

If you are a planner person, you can easily print these on smaller paper, your printer will just scale them down.  I think there should be enough on the side for hole punching.

Anyway, I hope they are useful.  You can download the whole set, 2018 thru 2022, calendar one-sheets and blank pages (about 6 mb) HERE!