DIY: Printable Desk Pad To-Do List

January 8, 2019

They say some things never change: death, taxes…and to-do lists. Okay…maybe I added that last one.

I’m sure we can all agree that to-do lists are a part of life that will never go away…and if I’m being honest, there are few to-do list items that carried over from 2018! As long as we’lre going to have to-do lists, we’d might as well make them pretty, printable and FREE. I’ve got all three covered with this adorable printable desk pad to-do list that will look lovely in your home office or at your work desk. Either way, I can promise friends and coworkers will ask about the trendy, expensive boutique where you bought it. Don’t worry, you don’t have to tell them you got it for free. Your secret’s safe with me!

 

This to-do list is a biggie …not some puny little notepad that will get crumpled and lost in the depths of your tote bag. This baby weighs in a 11×17″ and is printable with the magic of the Canon PIXMA TS9521C printer. This printer can tackle a variety of paper sizes and offers borderless printing on 12×12″, 7×10″, 11×17 and more! Today, we’re printing on tabloid sized sheets and assembling them into a tear-away notepad that will keep you organized all year long!

CLICK HERE to download and print yours!

STEP ONE

To print your to-do list, you’ll need the Canon PIXMA TS9521C printer loaded with 11×17″ paper in the rear tray. You’ll also need a piece of chipboard (optional) , some decoupage glue, a paint brush and a few bull clips.

 

STEP TWO:

Clip the pages together then brush the edges with decoupage glue. Allow it to dry completely then go back with another layer of glue. Once it’s completely dried, the glue will hold the pages together and you can tear them away as you complete each week!

So easy and a colorful way to stay organized!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Canon. The opinions and text are all mine.

8 thoughts on “Printable Desk Pad To-Do List”

  1. What a AWESOME idea!
    I would love to do this craft too!
    Where could I find the chipboard and 11 x 12 paper?šŸ™‚

  2. I didn’t know you could make your own glued pad! I always learn something new from you!
    And the To Do list is super cute!
    Thanks for the download and inspiration!

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