When every September rolls around, I feel like my list of to-dos grows exponentially and I’m running around like a chicken with her head cut off. This is especially true this season as we have been preparing for baby girl number 2 to arrive. (Hooray! She’s here!) The list of chores is never-ending and I can’t ever seem to keep everything straight (blame it on the pregnancy brain!). The solution is always an easy one. And while a lot of people today love their digital checklists, I’m an old-fashioned write-it-on-paper-and-check-it-off-manually kind of girl. This pastel printable to do list is possibly my new favorite thing to grace my kitchen. Bonus: they double as cute little notes to leave around for loved ones!
FOR THE PRINTABLE TO DO LIST, YOU’LL NEED:
- Avery Matte White Postcards (#8387)
- Inkjet Printer
- download (available at the bottom of this post!)
These print out 4 to a sheet and I tried a few different settings on my printer to get two versions – a lighter one and a more saturated one. And I love both!
When preparing to print these out, be sure to pay attention to your printer settings so the design fills the entire page. This will make it sooo much easier when using the perforated lines to separate each note card. Use scissors to trim off any excess you don’t want! Stack them up and leave a pile in your kitchen, in your car, in the laundry room, or in the office! I’m debating punching a hole in the top corner and stringing them all together!
dating layout I love how these turned out! They’re blank so they can be a to-do list for your daily chores, or a simple way to leave a note or send a postcard to a family member or friend!
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To print out the to do list, simply click the link below. The design can be enlarged or shrunk to fit your needs, so if you want to add the design to a different Avery label, go for it! The design is a downloadable .Avery file. Download it, and then go to www.avery.com/print to open the file using Avery Design & Print Online. **Because it’s an .Avery file, it may seem like it’s broken or didn’t work if you try to open it in another editing program, but the design will open up if you go to www.avery.com/print to “open a saved project from your computer”. Open everything up (it’s all sized and ready for ya!), keep the text or delete it and add your own, and then save and print on Avery Matte White Postcards (#8387)!
Check out some of our past printable collaborations with Avery right here! **Please remember that this download was designed for non-commercial use and may not be redistributed or sold in any way. So happy if you share it, but please link to the original post. Thanks mucho!**
**This post is in partnership with Avery, a company that believes in bringing beautiful labels to the masses. Thank you for supporting the brands that help Proper create fun and inspiring content!
concept, design, & photography \\ Lexy Ward