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.
Get more Free Printables in our Resource Library. And make sure you check out all of our DIY projects here.
Kimberly Dsouza says
Neat!! What a great idea. I’m surely going to try it out! Thanks for sharing at our #HomeMattersParty. Hope to see you again next week
Your post at last week’s party has been featured at my site, this week. Do check it out 🙂
Michele Morin says
Totally identify with your husband! Love a good post it note!
Cool idea – this would be great for homeschoolers too!
Thanks for sharing at The Homestead Blog Hop!
Amy @ Heritage Home Ec says
This absolutely would be great for homeschooling! What a wonderful application idea. Thanks so much for visiting. *Hugs*
Amy, Thank you for sharing this on Traffic Jam Weekend! It is such a great idea. Pinned it!