It’s time for another printable! I hope you enjoy this one (and it’s Canadian counterpart). I really like the color palette on this one, as well as the translucent fireworks in the background.
Remember to click the image below to head straight to GoogleDocs to print your very own handy-dandy printable art-work, great for decorating mantels, walls, as table centerpieces (oops! I let you in on my big secretive plans), or the like.
How do you plan on spending your Fourth?
We are going to be in Canada this week although we will be crossing back over the border before Canada Day. To help with your Canada Day home decor, I am providing you this lovely Canada Day Subway Art printable. Enjoy!
(We will actually be celebrating Canada Day on Saturday at my mother-in-law’s house.) I can’t wait for Muffin to experience an actual Canada Day celebration…in Canada! We celebrate Canada Day, but we celebrate it in Louisiana.
Click on the image below to go directly to the Canada Day Subway Art printable.
Happy Canada Day! (a bit early)
How do you celebrate Canada Day (if you do)?
In honor of the tea drinkers in my family, I am posting this Tea Time Subway Art printable. I’ve included a few favorite familial varieties (Earl Grey, English Breakfast, and Lapsang Souchong) as well as tea growing locations (by the names still known in the tea trade). Click on the image below to access the PDF in GoogleDocs. Enjoy! (And Keep Calm and Drink Tea…hot or iced…but sweet!)
This printable would not have been possible without fonts from Kevin and Amanda.
Please let me know what you think in the comment section below.
I linked up here and here.
Here are the links to my other printables:
Louisiana Love Subway Art
Louisiana Kitchen Subway Art
Summer Subway Art
I have been busy making more printables. I now have a third one ready to reveal and download in PDF format for people who love Louisiana as much as I do. It is another piece of subway art, a way I can indulge maniacally in my love of all things font and color palettes. I’ve become a bit obsessed with colors and their RGB (Red-Green-Blue) codes. I literally went to Target yesterday and could not stop wondering as I passed each bit of colorful merchandise exactly what were the color codes for those colors. I couldn’t shut it off. I’m probably going to take a break from all things printable for a few days, although I do have one or two percolating in my mind. I hope y’all enjoy. Please feel free to click the image below to head to the Google Docs downloadable PDF file. (P.S. Even if you are unfamiliar with Louisiana, check it out. It will make you love my home state.)
I linked up here.
Yes, I did it. I made another printable. It went much faster this time, and I was less frustrated. I decided to do a printable in homage to my love of my state (and, in particular, its food). So, without further ado, drum roll please:
Click on the lovely printable above to see it, print it, and download it in Google Docs. Many of the fonts on the printable were made possible by Kevin and Amanda (below).
I linked up here.
What printables would you like to see made?
It looks better than this printed, but I had to have an image to go on Pinterest.
Good morning, all! I have just made (literally, if it were printed in a newsroom, it would literally hot off of the presses) my first free printable to share with all those people who, like me, adore printables. This file is full-color, in PDF format, and found on my Google Docs. Be sure to click the “printable” button below if you want to download it. I hope to work on more printables as the summer progresses (including Christmas gift tags–my absolute fave!). Let me know what you think by dropping me a line below. I hope you enjoy. By the way, I could not have made this subway art without the wonderful fonts by Kevin and Amanda. Their fonts are awesome, and you can even have your handwriting converted to a font by them (something that I hope to do this summer).
I linked up here.I hope you enjoy!