Printable lists | How About Orange

July 29, 2009

Printable lists

To help you get yourself together, designer Erin Vale has created some stylish lists you can print and fill out. Download the to do list, blog topics list, or grocery list. And then if you're really ambitious, you could get some padding compound and make notepads out of the sheets you print. Write that on the Freakin Never Ending To Do List.

45 comments:

sarahmartina said...

Oooh! ooh! ooh! Thaaaank you! :-)

Blue is Bleu said...

All three would work great! Esp that first one...

Erin at Vale Design said...

Thank you so much for the feature! Such an honor. xoxo

Pittsy said...

Great lists. Posting a link. Thanks.

Rose Red said...

I love making lists! Thanks for this :)

Kimberly* said...

Thanks! What a great gift for my co-bloggers!!

Amy H. said...

I am lister at heart, this is makes my day! Thanks for sharing...I hear my printing going right now!

Grandma G said...

I need a Freakin' to Sew list! I could even let you make the list itself for me, Boss!

;-)

Mum/Sewer

Krista said...

What styling lists - that someone can really use! Now I need to go get some toner for my printer...

Waterstone by Lori Plyler said...

Ohhh, thank you! I love the lists and downloaded them all, PLUS tweeted!
~lori

ms. less is always more said...

Wow... the blog list is genius!

Helen said...

ahh so cute! i need the blog list to write down all my inspiration :)

Muddling Through said...

Thank you Jessica! You always find the best things.

Zina said...

I so need these. I write lists on scraps of paper and half of the time I lose them. Thanks.

Laura said...

LOVE THESE! Thanks :)

missy said...

i use plain old tacky glue to make notepads! just clip sides of paper together with some stiff cardstock and apply glue across the top. it works as well as or better than notepads i've bought. i've even repaired store bought ones with tacky glue!

OLIWKA said...

I love your blog, there are so many useful things !!!!!!!!!!! Sometimes I do not have time for inviting something new and then I can find a great ideas at your web. Thanks for all info and download files :):)

down pillow said...

I've found about 6 useful things for myself or my sister on this blog! Thanks a heap!

City Chic said...

Love these! I'm a freak about making lists and these will support my habit :)

kiddlebug said...

Great find! Love it.

bubbachenille said...

Thanks these are great!

Two Rivers Soap Company said...

These are great!

Shelbylynn said...

Thank you so much for sharing these!! Love them.

Erin said...

thanks for posting about this! i love lists!!

Carol said...

These are great! Thanks so much.

purplehomes said...

Ooooo....i luv making lists. I cant function without them. Thank u

The Lil Bee said...

OK #2 has my name written all over it!

MissyP said...

Many, many thanks for sharing.

Becky said...

Ah! Thank you so much! I make lists every day!

Devin Schuyler said...

I NEVER KNEW about padding compound but now I think I might become one of the happiest crafters in Chicago because of it! THANK YOU for not only sharing the lists, but for informing us of the padding compound!

I'm going to get some and this will make recycling my papers for lists and notes so much easier (and fun for gift ideas too!!!)

LOVE IT! THANKS!

Jess said...

Yay! A little more about padding compound:

http://www.thesmallobject.com/stenopad/wordpress/?p=1646

Karoline said...

I LOVE these! Just exactly what I need, I make lists for everything :)

Good-Grace said...

so pretty!!

Anonymous said...

Here's how teachers make recycled paper into notepads. (Similar to Missy's idea with an additional step.)

Cut your paper to the size you want. Line up the edges. Holding the top tightly, spread on a ton of white glue. Take one more sheet of paper and fold it so it goes over the glued part. Attach a slew of binder clips along the glued side.

The next day, remove the binder clips and carefully peel away the excess paper (the last sheet you folded on) leaving it only on the glued part.

Easy, cheap and it really works!

Jess said...

Cool, thanks for the tip! I'm gonna have to try it.

Nisha said...

Thank you so much! ... so trendy & useful :)

Dorkys Ramos said...

I'm such a huge list maker, I have bits and pieces of to do lists all over the place!

The blog topics list is great!

Jenni said...

These are awesome, awesome, awesome!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! This freebie brought a smile to my day! Momski

Stéphanie Kilgast said...

haha!! this is sooo great! I thank you a lot! :)

Miss Giny said...

oh no, PDF doesn't work! : (

Anonymous said...

why won't it let me download the to do list on their website

Anonymous said...

why won't it let me download the to do list on their website?

Anonymous said...

it's still there!

http://www.erinvaledesign.com/DIY/FreakinToDoList_3up.pdf

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