Happy Monday Friends! I hope you enjoyed the weekend. We had amazing weather and spent alot of time outdoors. I’ve got a jam-packed week ahead, but wanted to share a little something with you on this first-day-of-the-week…
Last week on Daily Do It Yourself (my other pride & joy), I featured a project by Johnnie of Saved By Love Creations. When I mentioned the feature to her, she responded by saying she has a second blog, Printable Decor, similar to DDIY in that she features printables from around the blogosphere. Similar to my combing the web for DIY creations, she combs the web for beautifully designed printables. Printable Decor is a one-stop-shop for a variety of gorgeous FREE printables, organized in categories to make it easy to find what you need. And if you’ve created an awesome printable and want to share it, you can submit it to Printable Decor.
I love how Johnnie started SBLC and Printable Decor. Check it out:
I never thought when I opened Photoshop for the first time 3 years ago, that I was meeting a life passion. I embarked upon a journey consisting of all nighters spent devouring online tutorials. I could not get enough. About a year later, I began blogging at Saved By Love Creations, putting to good use those hours upon hours spent familiarizing myself with Photoshop. The world of printable design soon became my playground. Providing my own prints for others proved quite rewarding. I love hearing how people are moved by art, and when it is my work… wow!
Printable Decor was born out of my desire to showcase the design talent out there and to recognize artists that selflessly share their creativity, while providing a one stop spot where free printables of all kinds reside – beautifying your world print by print!
Johnnie truly has a plethora of printables for every season, every occasion, every holiday, and MORE! If you’re looking for something in print, you’ll be sure to find it on Printable Decor. With St Patrick’s Day, Spring, and Easter on the way, they are the focus for her latest printable features.
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