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FREE Printable Chore Chart Stickers!

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

Ever since I launched The Organization Toolbox and started asking for suggestions, there have been many requests for some sort of printable chore chart for kids. I really, really wanted to make one for you all, but I was having a hard time figuring out a useful system that also lent itself to a “printable” format. As such, the “Chore Chart” sat on my idea list for a good long time and simmered in the back of my brain. Well…fast forward to these last two months when Henry learned the connection between helping around the house, earning money, and being able to spend that money on whatever he wanted. Suddenly, he was asking for jobs to do (in order to earn money, of course), and Greg and I were left scrambling to identify chores, track the chores, and pay him (consistently!) for the things he did do. After brainstorming and playing around with options as a family (seriously, this was a group effort!), we came up with an adorable, fun, and super user-friendly chore chart that we are ALL loving!

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

Right now, I am over on I Heart Organizing sharing all the details on our new Chore Chart system, including how it works and how to make one yourself! I’m telling you friends, this little system has changed the way Henry helps around the house and has saved our sanity on “pay day.” This system might look complicated to make from the onset, but don’t you fret – it can come together in an afternoon because I did all the hard work for you!

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

Yep – those are Chore Chart Stickers (that look a lot like my Planner Stickers…which is where I got the idea!). I’ve come up with 36 different “symbols” that would work for a variety of chores and ages and designed them to fit AVERY 6450 1″ round labels. I also included a sheet of blank stickers, so you can add any words or symbols that you want/need on your family chart! And as usual, I am sharing the files with you for FREE!

Printable Chore Chart Stickers - 5 pages, 9 colors, 36 chores, and a full page of blanks! Printable Chore Chart Stickers - 5 pages, 9 colors, 36 chores, and a full page of blanks!

If you would like your own copy of these Printable Chore Chart Stickers, I have them available for download over in The Organization Toolbox right now! If you already have my password, hop on over and grab your copy, then come back to see how to print them out!

If you need access to my Organization Toolbox, simply subscribe to THIHM Newsletter below and The Organization Toolbox Password will be delivered straight to your inbox!

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Already have access? Visit the Organization Toolbox HERE to access your FREE Printable Chore Chart Stickers!

I wanted this chore chart project to be as quick and easy as possible (for me and for you!), so I designed the whole project to essentially be peel, stick, go! Once you’ve downloaded your files, simply print them out onto AVERY 6450 labels

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

…and peel away the paper backing to reveal a bunch of bright, fun, and colorful Chore Chart stickers.

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

Then, hop on over to I Heart Organizing to see how I transformed the stickers into magnets…

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

…and assembled an easy-to-use Chore Chart board that our entire family is loving!

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

You guys know I have a history for coming up with pretty and fun organizing systems, but then sometimes discover (after they hit the blog, of course) that they didn’t really quite work out as intended. Well, friends. After 2+ weeks of using this system, I can say this one is truly a winner. Henry is responding SO well to moving his magnets as he completes his chores, and Greg and I are loving having a simple-to-use system to determine payment and hold him accountable. Oh…and all the extra help around the house is pretty wonderful too!

Making a fun and easy-to-use chore chart for your kiddos is now even easier using these FREE printable Chore Chart Stickers!

I do hope you’ll pop over to I Heart Organizing to see how this system works and how easy it comes together. If you coming over to visit from Jen’s site, welcome!! I’m so glad you’re here, and I hope you’ll stay and have a look around!

And with that, I’m signing off for the week! See you back here next week (on my regular posting days: Tues/Thurs) with some quick back-to-school crafts and a first look at Henry’s new “command center.”! See you then!

Megan Signature

P.S. Want even more stickers? Make sure you check out my Planner Stickers too!

FREE Ready-to-Print Planner Stickers

Organize This: Back-to-School Paperwork

Raise your hand if school paperwork has started trickling in and you’ve already accumulated a nice pile on your counter, command center, desk or nightstand? Me, me, me! Well…that was until I took an hour or so this past weekend to get a system in order to deal with it all! Henry has been in school just over two weeks now, and the PTA, club, and class info (and artwork!) has been coming home since the first day. Not only was it piling up pretty fast, but I found myself anxious that I would lose track of some of the notices and forms that required action in the near future. We’ve used wall pouches, mail sorters, and a bulletin board in the past, all with varying degrees of success. Lately, however, I’ve been craving a more streamlined and out-of-sight way to organize and store most things, but especially the never-ending flow of school-related papers. As such, I’m giving a binder system a try this year, and thought I’d give you a quick tour of our Back-to-School Paperwork Binder in case you too need a system ASAP!

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Are you already drowning in all the papers and forms that come home at the start of a new school year? Use this easy method to get them all in order!

When I say “paperwork,” I am mostly referring to administrative- and logistical-type papers that come home from school and sports practices. While I do plan to eventually store “favorite” school work and art projects in this binder too, right now, they are still landing here:

Dotted Bulletin Board

I’ll show you our new setup in Henry’s room in the coming weeks…but the star of his mini command center, the bulletin board, is still going strong. My plan is to display the “latest and greatest” here, and then as new/more stuff comes home, it will either be thrown out or transferred to the binder.

Okay…speaking of the binder, here is how I have mine organized. We have sections for SCHOOL (anything school-wide related) | D8 (this is his class #, so this is where we will store anything class specific) | PTA | SOCCER | SCHOOL WORK (favorite projects and work will eventually land here after their stint on the bulletin board).

Are you already drowning in all the papers and forms that come home at the start of a new school year? Use this easy method to get them all in order!

Lately, I’ve been trying VERY hard to use what I have on hand for projects, so I took a few extra minutes to make my own tabbed binder dividers rather than run out to the store. Not only are these really easy to make, but the extra splash of color and whimsy certainly makes the binder more fun to use!

How to Make Your Own Tabbed Binder Dividers

To make your own tabbed binder dividers, start with some 12×12 cardstock in the color/patterns of your choice. I stuck with primary colors for this school-themed binder!

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

Next, use an e-cutter (if you have one), to cut out the divider pages. Mine measure 9×11″ with a 2x2x0.75″ tab on each one. These weren’t images I bought. I simply welded a large rectangle and tiny rectangle together to make the divider shapes. Even if you don’t have an e-cutter, you can easily cut these shapes with a scissors. Just be sure your tabs move down the page with each divider.

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

I can’t resist the urge to make cute labels when I have the opportunity, and these couldn’t be any easier. I simply printed out labels on white label tape with my label maker

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

…and then used matching super-skinny washi tape (similar) to add a colorful border to each white label. The easiest and quickest way to do this is stretch the label and tape beyond the edges of the tab. Then flip it over and trim the excess with a small scissors.

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

The last step is to add holes to each divider. I like to make my holes a little stronger by reinforcing the edge with some clear packing tape. Simply fold a length of packing tape around the bottom edge of the divider and trim the excess off the ends…

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

Then use a 3-hole punch to add the holes. The packing tape will make the edges and holes a little more durable once in the binder.

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

And literally in about 15 minutes, using all items I had on hand, I had a colorful and snazzy set of tabbed binder dividers ready for our Back-to-School Binder!

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

Ready-to-Print Binder Cover & Spine

Before I set to work sorting out papers and filling up the binder, I wanted to add a cute cover to the clear pocket front so that the whole family would know where papers go! I designed a cover (that matches the Kids Travel Sticker Book) and printed the cover and spine out onto photo paper.

Are you already drowning in all the papers and forms that come home at the start of a new school year? Use this easy method to get them all in order!

I then used some scrapbook paper to fill up the rest of the large binder cover and add a bit more color. Totally not necessary, but little things like this make me smile!

Are you already drowning in all the papers and forms that come home at the start of a new school year? Use this easy method to get them all in order!

I didn’t set out to design this to share, but it occurred to me that you all might like the binder cover and spine as well so I went ahead and uploaded it to The Organization Toolbox for you!  It’s ready-to-print just as you see it above. If you need access to my Organization Toolbox, simply subscribe to THIHM Newsletter below and the Organization Toolbox Password will be delivered straight to your inbox!

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Already have access? Visit the Organization Toolbox HERE to access your the School Paperwork Binder Cover and Spine!

With the decorative and functional elements of my binder in place, I set to work sorting out our papers and filing it up. I started with a 3-hole puncher inserted into the front so I will always have one handy. Now I have no excuse to make more piles or just stuff papers into the front of the binder. A quick punch and papers can be filed right away!

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

Next, I sorted all of our papers into the correct categories, trashing what was already out-of-date or unnecessary…

Are you already drowning in all the papers and forms that come home at the start of a new school year? Use this easy method to get them all in order!

…and each paper was punched and put behind the right tab.

Are you already drowning in all the papers and forms that come home at the start of a new school year? Use this easy method to get them all in order!

In just about an hour, even with making my own tabbed dividers, I had a snazzy, functional, and easy system for dealing with our Back-to-School paperwork. This binder now sits right near where we empty Henry’s backpack every day. As papers come out, artwork goes on his bulletin board, trash goes right into the trash, and anything that is important gets punched and filed right away. Fingers crossed I’ve found the right system for keeping important papers easily in reach but out of sight this year. I’ll keep you posted on how it works out for us!

Organize This

My Organize This series is all about (relatively) simple and quick organizing projects that make a big difference in your day-to-day life. These aren’t intended to be large organizational overhauls, but rather quick sessions you can accomplish in an afternoon or weekend! This Back-to-School Paperwork project took just an hour but has made a huge difference in our paper piles! Catch up on other projects in this series by clicking on the pictures below:

Organize This Bakeware-013 Organize This Printer Station-01 Organize This Recipes-001 Organize This: Recycling Storage Solutions for a Skinny Pantry Organize This: Thread Organize This: Laundry Supplies Untitled-1-16 Small Toy Storage Bags-001 Organize This: Fabric Organize This: Batteries Organize This: Your Gym Bag Organize Your Cleaning Supplies with these simple & colorful DIY cleaning kits! Get your Lego kits organized and labeled with this simple organizing project! Never loose a manual or piece again! Is your purse a black hole you can't find anything in? Check out my solutions for creating order in this most used item of the day!

I’ve been feeling a little sad and overwhelmed about the state of our house recently, so quick, easy and colorful organization projects like this one go a long way in helping me feel more normal and settled. I hope you found some ideas here that you can use and implement in your own life and home!

Making your own tabbed binder dividers is quick and easy! This tutorial shows you how!

A quick announcement before I close out for the week!

Next week, I’ll be popping in on some off days for some external deadlines I need to meet. My Rustic Wheelbarrow for The Home Depot project will hit the blog on Monday at 1PM EST. I think you guys will love what I came up with, so don’t miss it. AND…I have a long-awaited Chore Chart printable going live next week, so be sure to come back regularly!

Hope you all have a great weekend! See you back here Monday!

Megan Signature

FREE Household Label Cut Files!

Before I dive into today’s organization freebie, I have to take a moment to thank you all for the tremendous outpouring of love and support in response to the news I shared last Thursday! That was one of the hardest posts I have ever written…and I was honestly SO nervous about publishing it. I spent a good hour lying in bed wide awake the morning it went live, too scared and nervous to look at my phone to see the reaction. The amount of genuine joy, love, and empathy for our little family was incredible and overwhelming…making this part of our journey even more special! Thank you for sharing in our joy and for taking the time to send along prayers and well wishes! We can’t wait to share this next chapter with you all!

Make your own unique labels for everything In your home with these 36 FREE cut files for e-cutter machines!

Okay! As promised, I am checking in really quick with those household label cut files I promised last week. I pinky-swear promise I am not trying to milk this project and drag it out, but when I lumped everything into one post, it was way too long. So, this is just a quick little announcement that these files are now uploaded for you in The Organization Toolbox…and while I’m at it, I’ll share a quick tutorial on how to use them!

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Make the most of every inch you have in your linen closet by using these smart and savvy storage solutions for table linens, batteries, medicine, towels, blankets and more!

For those of you looking for a super easy, no-fancy-machine-required, “print and cut” option for these exact same labels, I refer you to this post HERE. All of the labels you see in this post are available in PDF format in 6 different colors. All you have to do is print them off your home computer/printer, cut them out and apply them wherever you need them!

Printable Linen Closet Labels

However, if you are a bit like me and want to be able to cut these labels from paper or vinyl in any size and color you’d like, this is the tutorial for you! As you can see, instead of using the print-and-cut versions in my linen closet, I chose to cut the labels from gold vinyl and put them on chipboard rounds.

Use chipboard rounds and vinyl letters to labels linen closet baskets!

To save you the trouble and headache of designing similar labels yourself, I am sharing both the PNG and SVG versions of these 36 labels! For those of you with e-cutter machines and software, feel free to import the SVG files and get cutting right away (no image editing necessary)! If you prefer to work with PNG files (for e-cutter machines or even to edit and use them in other ways), I have those for you too! (Psssst – if you need help working with PNG files in Cricut Design Space, check out this step-by-step tutorial HERE!). 

Make your own unique labels for everything In your home with these 36 FREE cut files for e-cutter machines!

If you would like these Household Label Cut Files, I have them ALL available for FREE download over in The Organization Toolbox right now! Hop on over and grab your files, then come back to see how I used them!

If you need access to my Organization Toolbox, simply subscribe to THIHM Newsletter below and the Organization Toolbox Password will be delivered straight to your inbox (along with a free gift!)!

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Already have access? Visit the Organization Toolbox HERE to access your free Household Labels Cut Files!

Once you have the files downloaded to your computer, import them to your e-cutter design software and clean up the files as necessary (if you are using Cricut Design Space, use THIS tutorial.) Once the cut files are uploaded and cleaned up, you can add them to a new project and customize them for your needs.

Start by sizing them according to your preference…

One of the best features of the Cricut Explore is that you don't have to buy every image you want to cut! This tutorial shows you exactly how to import and cut your own images!

…then cut them from either vinyl or paper.

One of the best features of the Cricut Explore is that you don't have to buy every image you want to cut! This tutorial shows you exactly how to import and cut your own images!

Next, weed out the images to prepare them for transfer using THESE tricks…

Make your own unique labels for everything In your home with these 36 FREE cut files for e-cutter machines!

…and then transfer the vinyl labels to your final label surface using transfer paper.

Make your own unique labels for everything In your home with these 36 FREE cut files for e-cutter machines!

The last step is to fasten your custom labels to whatever it is you’re labeling. In my case, I used brass paper fasteners to attach the chipboard rounds to my baskets!

Make your own unique labels for everything In your home with these 36 FREE cut files for e-cutter machines!

When I first shared these labels in PDF format months ago, I realized there were limits to their usability since PDFs can’t be easily modified. For those of you that wanted to change their size, shape or color, you were kinda out of luck. I knew there would be some (including myself!) who would really love to have these in a more usable format (like PNGs or SVGs) to be able to truly customize them for your home and use them with e-cutter machines. With just a bit more work, I was able to transform these files into formats that allow them to be used in a variety of ways! I hope you find them helpful; and if you do use them for projects/labeling your own home, be sure to let me know how it turned out!!!

Later this week, I’m going to be closing out the month with a huge THIHM Around the Web round-up…sharing all sorts of posts and projects that have hit the web this summer. Then starting next week, I’m sharing the first glimpses of our new house with our stuff in it (eek) and revealing the first few projects we’ve tackled in this home! Thanks for bearing with me during this month of news and transition…see you back here Thursday!

Megan Signature

Printable Road Trip Activity and Sticker Book!

We are gearing up for a huge family road trip as we transition to our next home. Henry is great in the car, but there’s no way he’s going to last 14 days (eek!) without a good bit of entertainment and a variety of options. Even though Henry’s first choice of activity is certainly the technological kind, he has an amazing ability to cut himself off after awhile. As such, I know we need some other things to keep his brain and hands busy when the novelty of the technology wears off. I’ve been antsy to get back to making printables ever since I wrapped up The Organization Toolbox series and the Conquer Your Kitchen prep work, so this was the perfect project to satisfy my creative urges AND make something for our car trip. Today, I am so excited to share my latest FREE printable kit with you all: A Printable Road Trip Activity and Sticker Book!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

Henry doesn’t love to write or color in the best of circumstances. So even though I really wanted to make an activity book for him, I knew a coloring/writing book for the car was not going to work. My solution? Stickers!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

I had so much fun designing my Planner Stickers all those months ago (and you all seem to love them too!); and after testing them with Henry, I knew they’d be something he’d be able to get off and work with on his own in the car. As such, I designed four different activities that corresponded to four different sticker sheets…all sized and designed to work together seamlessly!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

Because our trip is a road trip, the imagery included are more road/car specific rather than air or general travel focused. That said, the worksheets can certainly be used for any type of trip!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

The four activities included are geared toward pre-school/Kindergarten age, but I am sure younger kids would also have fun just playing with the stickers and matching the shapes and/or colors!

The four activities included are:

  1. Tic Tac Toe
  2. Letter Matching and Counting
  3. Patterns
  4. I Spy

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

I printed all my activity pages on my home printer and then had them bound into a handy little workbook at my local copy store. I wanted the stickers to be as accessible as possible for Henry’s little hands, so I cut the sticker sheets in half and inserted them (back-to-back) to face each activity sheet before binding.

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

No matter which page Henry is working on, he can easily access stickers without having to flip pages back and forth!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

I didn’t want this activity workbook to be a 1-time use only, so when I had the book bound, I asked that clear pages (that they use for the cover) be put in front of every single activity page…

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

These clear sheets not only allow us to easily remove the stickers for repeat use…

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

…but also allow us to use markers to play, draw, check items off and then wipe away to play again!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

At the end of the school year, Henry’s teacher sent home a bunch of practice handwriting sheets. So that we wouldn’t loose them, I went ahead and tucked them into the back of the workbook. He won’t be able to write his name in the car, but we can practice at night in hotels along the way!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

What’s Included in the Road Trip Activity and Sticker Book Files!

I had SOOOO much fun designing these activity pages. The pages feature my signature icon/graphic look but are done in kid-friendly primary colors! Here’s an overview of everything included in this download:Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

If you would like your own copy of this Printable Road Trip Activity and Sticker Book, I have it available for download over in The Organization Toolbox right now! If you already have my password, hop on over and grab your copy, then come back to see how to print and assemble your workbook!

If you need access to my Organization Toolbox, simply subscribe to THIHM Newsletter below and The Organization Toolbox Password will be delivered straight to your inbox!

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Already have access? Visit the Organization Toolbox HERE to access your free Road Trip Activity and Sticker Book!

Assembling Your Road Trip Activity and Sticker Book!

Once you’ve downloaded your files, start by printing the activity pages onto heavy cardstock or photo paper. You can either print them single- or double-sided!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

Next, print the four sticker sheets onto AVERY 6450 1″ Round Labels.

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

To make the stickers easily removable for little hands, peel away the excess paper to reveal just the stickers on the sheet…

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

You can either place the sticker sheets right into your workbook (next to the corresponding activities) as is…Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

Or trim them in half and insert them into the middle of each set of activity pages as shown.

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

Order your pages however you wish (mine go Activity Page 1, stickers, stickers, Activity Page 2), and then take them to your local copy store for binding.

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

If desired, laminate your activity pages or have your copy center add in extra clear sheets to make the surfaces dry-erasable and stickers easily removable.

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

This adorable sticker book is just part of the travel kit I assembled for Henry to keep him fed and entertained. To see the rest of Henry’s Road Trip Car Caddie, be sure to hope over and see my Car Caddie post live right now on 30 Handmade Days! I’m smitten with this travel caddie, and I think you’ll love my ideas too!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

The Printable Road Trip Activity and Sticker Book In Action!

Henry watched as I designed, tested, printed, assembled and photographed this sticker book; and he knew it was made especially for him. Let me just say he was literally chomping at the bit to give it a try! When I finally let him have a go, I was so excited to see it work exactly as designed!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

Not only is the size manageable for his little lap (without a book or hard surface underneath!), but he was able to peel off the stickers and complete the activities without any problems!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

I had to cut him off from completing the whole book during our photo session so that he’d have some fresh pages for our trip; but needless to say, it was a huge hit!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

If you have a family road trip coming up and are looking for ways to keep the little ones entertained, I hope you’ll give these fun printables a try! If my little guy is any indication, they will be a big hit! AND…if you need some ideas for corralling kids’ toys, snacks, tablets, and water bottles in the car, be sure to check out my Car Caddie project here!

Need a fun, inexpensive and tech-free way to keep the kids entertained on your next road trip? Print out this FREE Printable Road Trip Sticker and Activity Book for hours of educational fun!

Last week, I mentioned I’d have different posts in the queue for this week. Long story short, our life is getting BUSY, so I’m choosing to take some things off my plate during this crazy season for our family! I hope to check back in toward the end of the week with one more post, but if not, know that I’ll be back as soon as I can!

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The Organization Toolbox | 100+ FREE Printable Pages to Help Organize Your Life & Home!

Just over 3 months ago, I set out to do a 12-week long organizational printable series to kick off the New Year. It was an idea I actually had for a long time, but for some reason, was always too nervous to take it on. I often wondered: Would anybody like my printables? Would I run out of printables to make? Would I enjoy making them? Would people actually download them? Would people actually use them? Would people really subscribe in order to get access to them? Despite these worries, the idea of slowly and steadily building a free printable library for you guys was really exciting to me; so fingers crossed and eyes shut tight, I hit publish on The Organization Toolbox! Twelve weeks later, I now have over 100+ FREE printable pages across 13 different kits available for download. Thousands of you have subscribed to gain access to them, and honestly…I am just so proud of it all! Before I sign off on this series (for now!), I wanted to do a quick re-cap all the great printables now available for download over in The Organization Toolbox!

The Organization Toolbox | 100+ FREE Printable Pages to Help Organize Your Life & Home

Over the 12 weeks, I have made 13 different printable kits that will help you organize various aspects of life and your home. From kitchen organization to garage sale planning, linen closet labels to planner stickers, there are so many great resources jam packed into one single spot! All 13 kits are designed with the same color scheme, fonts, and structure and are meant to work together! Additionally, each corresponding blog post is filled with tons of great tips, tricks, and ideas for using the printables and tidying up certain areas of your home and life. Catch up on all The Organization Toolbox posts by clicking the photos below!

Use these printable holiday decor labels to organize your bins and label them for easy finding next season!  Keep track of all the spices you have on hand with this Spice Inventory! Make your planner extra pretty with these adorable FREE printable planner stickers!  Keep everyone in the house on the same page with these printable magnetic reminder signs! Keep track of all your weekly to-do's with these pretty printable planners.  Get your linen closet organized with these pretty printable labels! Keep track of everything you have stored in your freezer with this easy-to-use freezer inventory (and printable freezer labels!)  Keep track of all those passwords with this pretty printable tracker! Pretty printables make sticking to your diet and exercise routine fun and easy!  Get those kids' clothes labeled correctly for deep storage or up-coming sales with these printable labels! This Printable Project Planner helps you plan every detail for your next DIY!  The Garage Sale Prep Kit helps you plan every detail for your next garage sale! A Productivity Planner helps you organize your daily tasks and appointments!

If you would like your own copy of these great printables, they are now ALL available for download over in The Organization Toolbox! If you need access to my Organization Toolbox, simply subscribe to THIHM Newsletter below and the Organization Toolbox Password will be delivered straight to your inbox!

(Pssst – if you’re already a subscriber, the password was delivered in the most recent newsletter! If you just subscribed but didn’t receive the final password email, please check your Spam/Trash folders! The password is is case sensitive…please use ALL CAPS!)

Already have access? Visit the Organization Toolbox HERE to access 100+ free printable pages!

My goal for all of these printables was for them to be useful. And pretty, but mostly useful! I wanted to develop worksheets, kits, and labels that would help make your homes a bit tidier, your organization systems a bit prettier, and ultimately, your lives a bit easier. It has been so incredibly fulfilling to see so many of you downloading the files, and hearing directly from some of you about how you’re using them. Working on this Toolbox and seeing your response has truly been the highlight of my year so far! Thank you for taking this journey with me!!!

The Organization Toolbox | 100+ FREE Printable Pages to Help Organize Your Life & Home

What I thought would be a hard, long, laborious project turned out to be so incredibly fulfilling. Not only have you all been loving these printables, but I have thoroughly enjoyed creating them far more than I thought I would. In fact, working on these has given me SO MANY ideas for new series, projects and MORE printable kits. For those of you who are ready to see this printable series end, sit tight: I’ve got a lot of great DIY content coming up next week! For those of you who can’t get enough printables from me, tune in two weeks from today for a really fun announcement!

I’ll be back Thursday with my end-of-the-month round up! See you then!

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