Daily To-Do List: Free Productivity Printable

Hello everyone!

I have a fun, little productivity printable to share with you today!

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YAY for to-do lists! YAY for printables!

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I love a good to-do list and thought this would make a great addition to all of the printables I have available on my blog!  I actually have a few different versions of to-do lists that I’ll be releasing over the next few weeks!  Get excited!

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How does this work?!

I have a PDF file for you down below with this printable inside.  When you open and print the file, you will see something that looks like this.  I have added crop marks to this printable, so you can easily cut it down to fit in your A5 planner or mini binder.

How do I cut this thing?!

I like to use a paper trimmer for projects like this.  I have a Fiskars cutter from Jo-Ann’s for all my paper crafting projects.  I used a coupon and got a great deal on it, so if you’re looking for a cutter, I recommend one from Fiskars.

I line up my crop marks with the blade of my trimmer and cut the first two sides.  Cutting the last two sides can get a little tricky if you don’t know what to do.

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To finish cutting your printable, follow the steps outlined below.

On one side of your print, line up the crop marks and cut almost all the way down the side of your sheet.  Don’t cut this strip all the way off though.  Leave 1/2 an inch or so uncut.

You can see what I’m talking about in the photo above.

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Leaving the cut strip still attached, swing your paper around, line up your last mark, and cut as usual.

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This is what you should end up with!

This may seem a little tricky, but after you do a few of these, it’ll become super easy!!

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Once you have your printables cut, all you have to do is hold punch them (or not), and then you’re ready to start listing!

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As I mentioned above, this printable is great for A5 planners and mini binders!

You can also print this file at various percentages to make it larger or smaller to fit your needs.  I can’t guarantee the quality of the print at different sizes though.  Considering this printable is just text and lines, I don’t think it’d be too distorted though when printed at a different size.

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Just like with all my other printables, this productivity printable is for personal use only.  You may not re-sell, redistribute, or claim this work as your own.

When posting on the internet, please give credit to Pink Bows & Twinkle Toes.  Feel free to tag me (@pinkbowstwinkletoes) on Instagram when posting my printables!  I would love to see how you’re using them!

You can download the printable to-do list here, PBTT Daily To-Do List.

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I hope you all enjoy this printable! Stay tuned for some more productivity printables!  As I mentioned above, I have a few more in the works!

Stay Productive!

<3 Natalie

 

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My First Sewing Project – Roll Up Brush Organizer

Hi everyone!

I apologize for my absence over the last two weeks!  I’ve been ridiculously busy!  After this week things should slow down again!

I went home this past weekend and spent Saturday with my Mom learning how to sew on a machine.

As you know, I’ve been crafting all my life but machine sewing is not something I’ve ever really tried!  My mom and I figured that now was as good a time as any for me to learn!

My mom found a pattern on Pinterest that she thought I’d like, and we got started!

IMG_5969Here are my supplies.

I picked two complementary fabrics out at Jo-Ann’s.  The yellow looking one is actually a very pretty light cream with gold flecks!

IMG_5972We laid out the cutting board and all of our supplies on the dining room table.

IMG_5978I sewed the lining and outer fabric together with the tying ribbon and then folded part of it up to create a pocket for my brushes.

IMG_5985A little action shot for you!

Sewing the large pocket was pretty easy!  I had a ton of trouble when it came time to sew the individual brush pockets though!  The sewing machine wasn’t being very nice to me and kept jumbling up my thread at the beginning or end of almost every stitch!  The seam ripper and I became great friends during this portion of the project!

The sewing machine and I eventually got it figured out, and I was able to finish all the individual pockets several hours later!

IMG_6014Here’s my finished organizer!

IMG_6026I created several different sized pockets to accommodate the various sizes of my makeup brushes.

IMG_6032The pockets also fit my Tombow markers!

IMG_6022All rolled up with a pretty mint bow!  So cute!

I got quite frustrated during certain portions of this project, but I absolutely love how it turned out!

The colors and pattern are PERFECT!

Do you enjoy sewing?!

What was your first project?

Happy Crafting!!

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