Hi! It is Sharon from Lemon Squeezy! This month I have a free printable birthday calendar. I am super forgetful and I always feel bad missing a birthday. This birthday calendar printable is perfect for hanging by your computer so you (and the whole family) can remember the birthdays coming up. All you need to do is download the pdf, print on 8.5 x 11 card-stock, fill in, and hang. And, bonus, it will add some fun personality to your computer space/fridge/wall!
This is Sharon from Lemon Squeezy with another free printable download. I’ve made a simple postcard printable to mail to your family and friends to give them a little pick-me-up! My daughter has been writing notes to her friends and grandparents lately and mailing them, and absolutely loves to receive their notes in return. These 4×6 postcards are a simple way to send something yourselves, with the back completely blank for you to fill in your address information and your letter.
No need to wait until the last minute to get some Valentines printed up this year! I have a really easy and free printable all ready for you today; it only needs a couple of cuts with a pair of scissors and some Valentine themed pencils or pens from the dollar store. This is much less time consuming than some of the crazy stuff you’ll find on Pinterest that makes you feel craft-challenged. So come on over and see what I’ve designed for ‘Or so she says…’
Hi! I’m Sharon, and I’m a newbie here on Or So She Says. I run my own little blog, Lemon Squeezy, where I showcase some of my photography and designs, with occasional free printable downloads. In fact, here are a couple now! I designed this first printable to be used at the Thanksgiving Grown-up’s Table. The other is for the kid’s table. Set it next to the plate with some crayons and keep the kids entertained! I had my three-year-old color one tonight and he was very proud of himself as he practiced coloring within the shapes