My dear, sweet husband has a Post-It note addiction. He uses them for everything. His “filing” system is in a stack of Post-It notes on his desk. I’m more of a notebook kind of girl, but hey, whatever works. To help make sure that I understand his system, I’ve taken to printing on his Post-It’s (when he lets me) to make them more cohesive for ME to understand. Want to make cute Post-It notes too? Here is how.
As with most things, I love it personalized. Having things that are just like I want them makes me happy. Cute things just have a way of making my heart sing. I know it seems silly, but knowing that some small everyday item has just a pinch of love added to it makes me feel so accomplished.
By altering Todd’s post-it’s, I feel like I’m showing him that he is loved.
I won’t lie, I’m a little weird. But I am a giver, what can I do?
Chore List Printed Post-It Notes
The first set of printed post-it’s I made were simple Rae Dunn inspired Chore List ones. They’re cute and functional. Todd likes that they do not interfere with how much space he has to write on them. I like them because they are a-dor-a-ble!
Barn Drawing Printed Post-It Notes
The second set of printed post-it notes are a pencil sketch of our barn printed onto the notes. This one is my favorite, honestly. I just makes me smile that our homestead is a source of pride in our family.
I’m adding our Barn Post-It printable to the Resource Library along with a few other printable post-it’s I’ve created.
So How Do I Print on Post-It’s?
Printing onto post-it notes is so very simple. It takes one piece of paper, your printer, and 6 pieces of post-it notes.
Start by grabbing my free template here.
Print this out. Then grab your post-it’s and put each into a block on the template.
Next, download my Chore List Post-it’s here.
Place the template with the post-it’s back into the printer, oriented to how your specific printer feeds. Print the Chore List Post-It’s onto the template.
And there you go. 6 very cute Chore List Post-it notes for your fridge, command center, or where ever you use them.