Blog: The Roundup: Best Printables

September 2, 2016

Free Printable Coloring Calendar | damask love

2016 Ridiculous Holidays Coloring Calendar

Printables are my jam these days. Mostly because I’m either really, really busy or really, really lazy. Either way, printables give me lots of bang for my buck when I’m low on time or motivation. Ever since partnering with Canon, I’ve been using my two printers (PIXMA MG7720 and iP8720) to craft up some pretty useful and fun print worthy projects. So, in the name of all your busy/lazy people, I thought I’d round up a few printables from around the interweb. Grab those printers and get to it!

Oh! And while we’re at it, I’d love to know if you have any questions about making the most of your printables! What printer I prefer? What paper I use? How much ink I go through? Just leave a comment and I’ll respond!

  • I’m having a hard time letting go of summer! Maybe I need to host a winter ice cream social with these as favors!
  • The trick or treaters in my neighborhood are going to think I am the coolest mom with these…because I’m not like other moms. I’m a cool mom.
  • I’ve died and gone to ice cream cup heaven.
  • All I want for Christmas is a day of movies and binge watching Stranger Things. Is that too much to ask? Maybe I can even have these to snack from?
  • Sorry mom, but these are way cooler than the Post It notes you used to leave in my lunch box.

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5 thoughts on “The Roundup: Best Printables”

  1. Love the calendar any chance you will be posting a 2017 calendar
    Love all the printable S and will be using everyone of them. Thanks for sharing

  2. OMG the printables! I have to admit the ice cream cups are my fave. If you are the cause of me buying a new printer, I’ll…… I don’t know what I’ll do!

  3. Yay – printables! I really like the ice cream cup and snack box printables. And of course your fun calendar! Thank you for sharing!
    You have mentioned how wonderful you printer is – I would like to know what type of paper you use? Does it have to be a specialty cardstock? Also, it seems like my printer needs ink often and I don’t really print that much. How much ink do you go through? relatively speaking… 🙂 It almost seems like these days you can buy a new printer for what you pay for ink cartridges…

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