Friday’s Printable: Raspberries and Goldenrod

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

 

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Friday’s Printable: Ernesto’s Diner

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Cosmos and Snowy Redbud

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Some Color for You!

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Oof. It’s still pretty cold and grey here in Ithaca, NY. But soon it will come alive. Here’s to looking forward!

On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy!

Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Mary and Mic

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy!

Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Pickles and Subs

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy!

Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

New Printables

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy!

Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

 

A Gift for a Snowy Day

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I live in Ithaca, NY and we have a major snowstorm this morning. The schools and universities are closed!

Last Friday I posted a printable–a pair of cards–and this week I’m doing the same. You can download this week’s printable right here: 1mar2018xanthm.pdf . It’s a good fit for a snowy day.

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

 

Artists and Inventors Give Gifts 

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I’m introducing a new kind of post today: printables. It’ll be a weekly post with a little gift for you to print and keep or give to someone else.

I love sending cards in the mail and I love taking pictures. So I’m combining these two things and laying out some of my pictures onto cards.

I’ll share these files with you as I make them. The first one is here: 1feb2018 xanthm.pdf

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

Happy snail mailing. Enjoy!