• Printables

    2015 Printable Calendar

    The year is quickly coming to a close and before we know it, 2015 will be here. Yikes! Am I the only one who believes that time just speeds up as you get older? As a kid, it seemed like a year lasted forever, but now it is over in the blink of an eye. I guess that’s just part of growing up, right? So before December gets here, we are sharing our NEW 2015 printable calendar!

    Free 2015 Printable Calendar

    Get a jump start on filling in all of those important dates.

    Free 2015 Calendar Fill In

    No worries. This calendar if for the full year, so you can plan out everything you need until next New Year’s Eve if you wish.

    2015 Printable Calendar Months

    And there is plenty of extra white space to write directly on the calendar.

    2015 Printable Calendar Free

    Click on the image below to download the 2015 Printable Calendar from Elizabeth Joan Designs. All of our printables are currently FREE for download, for personal use only. (View Terms of Use.)

    Click the image below for the free PDF link. Please download the file and open with Adobe Reader to ensure proper print sizing. When printing, make sure that Page Scaling is set to “Fit Printable Area.”

    Free 2015 Printable Calendar Color


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  • Neat & Tidy,  Printables

    Weekly Calendar Printables

    Younger siblings can be so annoying sometimes. You know how they like to nag and bother you, right? My sister has been asking me to make a weekly calendar for her for weeks like I have nothing else to do. Well, being the good big sister that I am, I finally conceded, just like the time I actually played Barbies with her for a few minutes, instead of just decorating the Barbie dream house. The things we do for our family…

    Weekly Calendar 1
    Just kidding. I was glad to be able to help Emily out, even if it took me awhile to actually fit it in my schedule. Sorry, Sis! Her vision for a weekly calendar was one that had enough spaces along the left side so that she could fit all of her family’s names in. Then, she could write each person’s schedule into the corresponding spaces on the days of the week. With the extra spaces, she says she may even include a dinner section for meal planning.

    Weekly Calendar 2
    I also made another weekly calendar with more vertical spaces. In case you have a larger family. Or you like lots of boxes to write in. Whatever suits your fancy. Personally, I think I would use this one to organize my week by time intervals running down the left side. 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, etc.

    Weekly Calendar 3
    Regardless of which one you choose, the design is simple, yet efficient for keeping your life a little more organized.

    These printables are free of charge and for personal use only. Download this printable from THE GALLERY.


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  • Home Decor,  Printables

    Printable Paper Collection & BBQ Blog Hop

    Summer is officially here and in full swing. And that means it’s time for outdoor parties and backyard BBQ’s. Woohoo! Every party needs some fun decor and to help you out, I’ve created a fun collection of printable papers that can be used in a ton of ways to dress up any shindig.

    Printable Paper 1
    But wait, there’s more! We’ve joined up with some amazing bloggers to share even more projects and recipes to make your summer BBQ a hit. Be sure to check them out at the bottom of this post!

    There are so many fun ideas you can use to turn printable paper into fabulous party decorations.

    Printable Paper 2

    From buntings and banners to pinwheels and place mats, the possibilities are endless.

    Printable Paper 3

    Many times, all you need are scissors, glue, and a little creativity.

    Printable Paper 4


    You can download this printable paper and tons of other FREEBIES from THE GALLERY.

    Ready for more? Check out these other amazing ideas to liven up your next BBQ!


  • Family, Kids, Pets,  Holidays & Seasons,  Printables

    The Summer List

    School will be out for the summer soon (we are done tomorrow) and even though the kids may be eager to be home, it will only be a matter of time before that excitement will turn to boredom. Enter the Summer List.

    The Summer List 1
    We know there are countless ways to keep kids entertained, but we wanted to share some of our favorites for summer that don’t involve electronics. Between Emily and I, we hope to get all of these tackled and then some. Of course, we will be sharing our progress along the way.

    The Summer List 2

    The Summer List

    • Visit Zoo
    • Go Camping
    • BBQ
    • Make Stepping Stones
    • Smores
    • Picnic
    • Popsicles
    • Visit Parks
    • Plant Seeds
    • Scavenger Hunt
    • Ride Bikes
    • Watch Fireworks
    • Hiking
    • Splash Park
    • Family Vacation
    • Water Balloons
    • Swimming
    • Car Wash
    • Visit a Farm
    • Pick Berries
    • Ice Cream
    • Identify Bugs
    • Movie Night
    • Bird Watching
    • Star Gazing
    • Build Fort
    • Lemonade Stand
    • Garage Sale
    • Fly Kites
    • Summer Reading Program

    Follow us on Instagram (@erinejd and @emilyejd1) to see our progress or join in the fun by tagging your own summer entertainment photos with #ejdsummerlist.

    I also whipped up this simple printable so that you can have a pretty space to write down all of the fun stuff on your Summer List.

    This printable is free of charge and for personal use only. Click the image below for the PDF link. Please download the file and open with Adobe Reader to ensure proper print sizing. When printing, make sure that Page Scaling is set to “Fit Printable Area” and Borderless Printing is selected. Enjoy!

    Summer List 3


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