It has been quite a while since I shared a free printables website on my blog, right? Well, just came across this Pat’s Printables, who is offering a vast range of free printables, from calendars, note cards, envelopes, gift bags, gift boxes, gift tags and gift card enclosures, just to name a few.
Whilst I personally used to like printables, I cannot afford to keep buying colour ink for my printer so I have to pass. Bah!
It’s Valentine’s Day tomorrow and although it is usually celebrated between boyfriend-girlfriend or spouses, it can also be celebrated between parent and child. If your child loves ZhuZhu Pets, I have a link for you which leads you to print out cute ZhuZhu Pets Valentine’s Day cards. There are a total of six cards, print one or print them all! Cute!
Christmas may still be more than a month away and while some of us are only just preparing for Thanksgiving, those of us who love procrastinating should really start preparing for Christmas like NOW.
Here is a great freebie that I found this morning courtesy of Ink Tree Press and can be grabbed from World Label, a website that offers labels. This set of labels for Christmas by Ink Tree Press was done exclusively for World Label.
To get your hands on them, you will have to click on the link to download, and then print them out from your computer. I know, a lot of us don’t really like to “waste” printer ink like this because printing cute stuff off the internet can get pretty addictive but then no “hard copy” of these labels are given away. This should be good enough, thanks to Erin of Ink Tree Press.
Gosh, I thought I am too old to love cute stuff anymore and then when I chanced upon this website of Hello Kitty, I fall in love with her all over again! You see, I grew up with Hello Kitty and had plenty of Hello Kitty collectibles as well. I think part of the reason many of us girls love Hello Kitty was because of all the pink!
Today, I chanced upon the website of Sanrio, which owns Hello Kitty and am glad to say that there are some freebies and many activities to play. I know, these were made to cater to children but I think parents could help the children to play as well, right? These would make awesome family activities.
Check out the website of Sanrio. Hello Kitty is so sweet!
Christmas may still be three more months to go but if you are planning any Christmas event at you, you should plan early. Just now, as I was looking for a Christmas freebie, I chanced upon this old website called Celebrating Christmas. it looks to me like they offer a free downloadable and printable Christmas magazine yearly. Right now, the 2007 issue is still up on their website. Well, like I said, Christmas 2008 is still three months away.
However, if you would like to get your hands on a copy of the Celebrating Christmas 2008 magazine, you should bookmark the website and check them regularly leading to Christmas. The 2007 copy looks really interesting with plenty of Christmas ideas and I am sure, nobody could have enough Christmas ideas, right?
I have to admit, I am never good with numbers. A couple of years ago, my sister introduced me to the Japanese number puzzle called Sudoku. I tried to play it but could only solve the easiest puzzles, giving up on the more difficult puzzles.
This morning, I discovered something called Wordoku. This is similar to Sudoku, except that we use letters to form words, unlike Sudoku which does not make sense to me at all. Hehe!
If you would like to try your hand and brains on Wordoku puzzles, bookmark http://www.menneske.no/wordoku/eng/ where Vegard Hanssen has generated more than five hundred THOUSAND printable Wordoku puzzles! That’s an amazing database he has there. Check it out and let me know if you prefer solving Sudoku or Wordoku puzzles custom essays . Each puzzle comes with a solution so don’t worry! 😀
I was helping my late cousin’s daughter look for printable coloring sheets of the Fuwa mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympics, BeiBei, JingJing, HuanHuan, YingYing and NiNi. Somehow, these five Chinese kids in costumes of China native animals have captured the hearts of children and adults alike all over the world.
Like many schools, this girl is required to take some Beijing 2008 printables to her art class so I had to help her since she is not web savvy.
I found Reader’s Digest with quite a collection of free Beijing 2008 Olympics printables. They are all in .PDF format so you will need to be sure that you have Adobe Reader or a similar program installed on your computer to open and print these files after downloading them. Enjoy!