Pretty & Practical Printables


Do you have any ideas for future printables? Please leave a comment below!

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  1. Seriously! There are NO comments here about this INCREDIBLE site? I feel like it's Christmas morning finding this place!! THANK YOU!!! God bless you!!

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    1. Thank you!!! I just recently put up these "table of contents" pages last week to organize this site better. I am glad they are a help and I appreciate your enthusiasm towards this little corner of the web :) Have a lovely week and nice to meet you :) ~ JES

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    2. I just found your blog and love it. I can spend hours here. I am trying to find " a copy of "Mrs. Tittlemouse's Manual of Household Hints and Delights" that you mention in the page for the pantry labels. Would you please direct me? I tried the Search to not avail. Thanks and Lord Bless You!
      Rebecca

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    3. Hi there! Nice to "meet you"! Well, the shell of the manual is found at the bottom of the pantry label post here ~

      http://strangersandpilgrimsonearth.blogspot.com/2016/04/cottage-rose-pantry-labels-by-mrs.html

      The actual link is here ~

      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-u1o1gJ_PK0cWEtZ19RZ2ZWdjQ/view?usp=sharing

      As the Fridays go, we will be adding more printables that can be added to this fun little themed binder (at this point it is just the cover page and tabs and pantry labels if you want to include them as you use them).

      Hope that makes sense!

      Love,
      JES

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  2. Jes, I LOVE your blog!! Such a breath of fresh air. I'm trying to absorb it all, I've been stalking your blog for a couple days, there is just not enough time in the day (with homeschooling, making meals, tending the children and keeping up with my own blog) to read it all. You are such an encouragement to young mothers like myself.

    As a blogger, something you might like as well as your readers is linkwithin (http://www.linkwithin.com/learn) it will automatically post 3-5 articles at the bottom of every post. That way your past content doesn't 'get lost'. ** I am not affiliated with that company in no way, but since you have so much good information I thought it would help to display it better.**

    Katie
    www.simplefoody.org

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    1. Thank you Katie for your kind words and helpful hints. I will have to look into that… It just takes me awhile because I am really computer impaired! As far as finding time, that is very understandable… so much to do and so little time when you are an earnest keeper at home. It was nice to have "met" you :)

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  3. I just found your amazing site and I am moved to become more then I am. Thank you for providing others with such a great way of life. I think we need reminders of the woman we should be; as a daughter, a mother and a wife.

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    1. I agree, we all need encouragement on our journey heavenward! I hope you find some here as I write as a reminder to myself as well :) Nice to "meet" you!

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  4. Thank you so much for all the wonderful resources you provide. I am sorry to ask this question if you have covered it before. How do you adhere the labels to the jars? Thank you, Sue

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    1. I just use a glue stick (but I sometimes have to re-paste). You would probably have better results using decoupage glue on the back and front of the label. Or, one of the readers used clear contact paper over each label and that came out nicely too. You could also print onto sticker label paper (found at stationary stores or there is a link to it at the bottom of the pantry label posts when I give options of how to use). I hope this helps! Happy organizing ~ JES :)

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  5. I've only been recently following! Cannot thank God enough for this site!!! Cannot wait to get ink for printer to do nit Studies with my 10 y/o daughter :) Bless you JES!!!

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    1. Oh, thank you for taking the time to share! It is so exciting for me to hear from like minded women! Units studies are so fun and I do hope you enjoy them as much as we do. :)

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  6. Thank you for all of your work that went into this! It is amazing the resources you have here on your site. I will be grabbing your button and sharing it with others. You are a blessing for many I am sure!

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    1. Thank you Davilyn for taking the time to comment so kindly :) I hope some of these resources bless your household!

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  7. I love all your printables! Are you planning a monthly calendar for 2016?

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    1. Hi Heather, I was hoping too but I am not sure now. I will be having family visit this month and it all depends on if time allows beforehand. I do appreciate your interest as you wonder if anyone even uses them! :) Thank you for asking!

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  8. Hello, I think you have the most wonderful blog. I'm a homeschooling Momma to a 5 year old girl, and I wondered if you would be doing a Kate Greenway calendar for 2016 that she would be able to colour month by month. I loved 2015. Thanks so much for taking the time to produce such pleasantries. I have just read the last comment, sorry to be repetitive, but yes there are those of us who are absolutely missing the calendar!!

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    1. Hi Catherine, I will see what I can do. I seem to have lost the Kate Greenaway images and the alternative ones I found weren't usable for the calendar format. I will tinker a bit this weekend if time allows. In the meantime, there is the monthly copy work calendar pages that might work for your daughter too (they have the Kate Greenaway Monthly pictures to color on them also)! :)

      http://strangersandpilgrimsonearth.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-calendar-cursive-printing-practice.html

      Thank you for taking the time to share here! It is encouraging to see these were used! :)

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    2. Hi Catherine, I did try and locate my Kate Greenaway clip arts but can not find them at the moment. I will try again for next year knowing there are people that like them. There is just so many options online that I didn't think ours would make a difference. FYI, these are the ones I printed our for our home this year. Perhaps they will bless you as well ~

      http://shabbyartboutique.com/2016/01/more-free-printables-for-the-2016-planner.html

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  9. I can see that you believe in casting your bread upon the waters ... may it come back to you by the boxful. Thank you for being so generous AND feminine!

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    1. Thank you Carolyn for this loving comment! :)

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  10. I just found your wonderful site because of The Graphics Fairy's link to your Lavender sachets. Oh, my, I am absolutely smitten! i wish I had found you ages ago when I was still homeschooling. What a delight this site is.
    I am trying to print the Strawberry " Mason Jar labels and more" Gift kit as well as the Autumn inspired gift tags and neither link seems to work. Would you please help me find them? The Strawberry ones will be perfect for our June strawberry festival party.
    Thank you so much and may God bless you abundantly.
    ~ Laura

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    1. Hi Laura! Glad you have stumbled upon this little place :) I have just fixed the new links to the new hosting service which is more user friendly. I have been trying to update them as time allows and these are nice little nudges to do just that! I hope you enjoy them and please let me know if for some reason they don't work (though they should as I just tested them :). Have a lovely week!

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  11. I just shared this great list with my Harvest Lane Cottage facebook readers.
    https://www.facebook.com/HarvestLaneCottage/posts/1008159172602799

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    1. Much thanks for your kindness! :)

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  12. This is a wonderful blog. You are so talented

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    1. Thank you for taking the time to comment so sweetly! Have a lovely week! :)

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  13. I just found your blog, and I honestly think it is the best one I've ever seen. Lots of really great ideas, and the artwork is so beautiful! Someone had asked about sticking labels on, and I have used rubber cement to adhere them to jars, because it peels off easily when you need it to, but stays put until then. Just make sure you coat the label all the way to the edge.

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    1. Hi there and thank you for such an encouraging comment! I also appreciate your label idea! Will give that a try on my next set! :)

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