These free printables for dad are full-page 8X10 size. There are 6 Different Father’s Day shirt and tie designs. You can fold them in half and use them as a Father’s Day card, make a sign, or just decorate. Click on the one you want and it will come up as a pdf without wording on it for you to print. Enjoy!
This free printable Easter game would be a great addition to your Easter egg coloring tradition. How fun would it be to play a fun game together after everything is all cleaned up?
All you need is 1 die and 1 coin or something small per player as a game piece. It’s inspired from Chutes and Ladders, where you go up or down when you land on a space. You choose the order of who goes 1st, 2nd, etc. Then you take turns rolling the die and moving the spaces shown. If you land on an Easter egg, follow the arrow to where it points. Whoever reaches the basket first is the winner! The directions are at the top when you print the game.
Click here to print it or click the pic below.
To make it more stable you can laminate it or glue it to a piece of cardboard. You can also just use it as is. Fun is even better when it’s free! Happy Easter!
I wanted to make something that I can play with my kids to get them off of electronics for a while. It can be hard pulling them away from Minecraft or Playstation games, especially when it’s been so snowy out like it’s been here in NJ the past couple of weeks. They really can’t play too much outside.
I came up with this free printable board game and just HAD to share it with you guys!
This is great when the kids are bored, for a rainy (or snowy) day, if you want to play something new that isn’t a computer game, or you don’t want to spend money on a new game.
If you like DIY crafts and games, this is for you.
You can print it out on regular paper, or for more stability, you can print it on card stock, or glue regular paper to a piece of cardboard.
Cherry on Top Board Game
Click here or the picture below to print out the game.
What you need to play:
- 1 die
- 1 penny as a game piece for each player
How to play:
- Choose who goes 1st, 2nd, etc.
- Roll die and move spaces shown.
- If you land on an ice cream, follow the arrow to the space it points to.
- The player who reaches the cherry first is the winner!
This free printable board game is an inexpensive way to pass the time and have fun. It’s free frugal fun! (Say that five times fast!)
Organization is an important part of not losing your mind. I have a tendency to think I’m going to remember things only to find out that I’ve missed an appointment or thought something was on a different day. This blank printable calendar is a frugal way to keep your life (and mind) organized.
Since I needed a calendar toward the end of the year, I didn’t want to go out and waste money on a new calendar with months that I wouldn’t be able to use. So, I made a blank printable calendar that you can write the month and year on it. So, if you are in need of a calendar in September, you don’t have to worry about wasting more than half of a calendar for months that have already passed.
Even if you already have a calendar but want something separate, this blank printable calendar is perfect. You can use it for specific things like chores, dieting, blogging or whatever you need it for.
Be sure to check out the other printables available. We have board games, journals, cupcake toppers and more!
How cute are these? Here is a free holiday cupcake toppers or label printable for you!
You can print them out on card stock then glue or tape toothpicks to the back to use as cupcake toppers, or print them on regular paper or a sticker paper to use as labels for gifts. Enjoy!
I will be coming up with more free printables as the holiday season inches near.Hover your mouse over the pic and click on “PIN” to pin it on Pinterest!