I’d like to announce that I wrote another guest post for Ryman Blog
and you can read it HERE!
I wrote about my handmade calendar stickers and I hope you like it! 🙂
Cute Organizing will be closed:
September 13th – 22nd
(Any orders received on Friday the 12th will be dispatched on Monday 22nd.)
Here is a new PRINTABLE item at Cute Organizing!
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I was originally planning to sell them as Printable PDF only, but after receiving some requests I’ve decided to sell my own handmade version (printed, hand-cut and hole punched) as well 😉 I’m arranging a listing for them at the moment- I’ll announce it on my Facebook Page & Twitter when the listing is ready! Oh, yes, now I’m on Twitter as well!
I’m planning to create some printable “undated” MO2P refills for A5 & Pocket size, hopefully I’ll be able to start selling them soon!
I’m also designing some new printable calendar stickers! 🙂
Thank you for reading!
Hi! Just a quick update for some new printable items at Cute Organizing!
These are printable To-do list refills with my original kokeshi doll character:
And these are the printable Week On Two Pages with my original owl character!:
I’m currently working on Month On Two Pages for 2015 with the kokeshi doll characters. They’ll be available for the Personal size for sure, but I’m not sure about the Pocket and A5 size yet. If I can’t get enough time to create them for the Pocket & A5 size, I’ll create some undated versions!
Thank you for reading, and I hope you enjoy making and using my printable refills!
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Here is a new printable PDF item in my shop!
These are printable ruled notepaper refills with my original owl characters! They will brighten up your organizer & it’s so easy to make them!! You just need to print & cut whenever you need more refills 🙂
Step 1: Print on one side.
Do you remember that I made these “To-do list sheets” a while back??
Then I made these after that:
I’ve actually been receiving messages asking me if I’m ever going to sell these to-do list sheets.
Well, I finally got them ready and have started selling them as PDF printable files! That means you can print them at home & start using them straight away, and you can also re-make them as much as you want!
(***These PDFs are for Personal Use only!)
The set comes with To-do list sheets (left page & right page) and 3x page markers! You can print the design on the back as well (as shown below). They are for the pocket size, and the Personal size will be available soon!
*You can print on A4 size or A5 size card.
*Print on both sides if you want the design on the back as well.
2) Cut them out
Then you can just punch holes and start using them! 🙂
I used photo paper to print them out because I was going to laminate them afterwards. If you are not laminating them, photo paper might not be the best paper as it’s quite delicate on the surface even though the colour comes out really nicely on it.
But if you laminate them, they’ll look even better and become sturdy!
In my Pocket Malden:
You can put some spare sticky notes on the left side so you can add more to the right side whenever you remember things you need to do!
I hope you enjoy making & using them! 🙂
You can order this PDF printable item here:
Thank you for reading!
I’ve started selling digital files for Do-It-Yourself dividers, YAY!! 🙂
If you purchase this digital product, you will receive two PDF files containing my original Kokeshi dividers.
(*Please note that these files are for personal use only, not for re-sale.)
2) To create these dividers, you need 2x A4 size card and 1x A5 size card. If you only have A4 size card, just cut one sheet into half then you have A5 size card!
Cut the round corners if you want:
Do the same to all 5 divider and punch holes, and that’s it!! Yay!!
Design on the back:
I used a pen to write words on the tabs, because I don’t have a label maker.
If you laminate them, make sure you punch holes after you laminate them. (I used to sometimes punch holes before laminating them so when they were laminated all the holes got sealed and I had to punch holes again lol!)
Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoy making your own dividers!
PRINTABLE DIY DIVIDERS (Instructions included):