I am so glad you have found your way to Printables for Moms.
Printables for Moms has printables to help you organize your home, plan out your schedule, and grow in your faith. We also offer printables designed with kids in mind, decor for your home, holiday related, & miscellaneous insert pages for your planner.
Our goal is to provide you with tools to help your life run more smoothly.
Meal Planning Sheets & Subscriber Library
Moms have a lot to juggle and keep track of every day. As a busy mom myself, I appreciate it when things are simple and easy.
That is why we offer the Meal Planning Sheets & the Subscriber Library. As an email subscriber, you will be receive both the above Meal Planning Sheets and gain access to the Subscriber Library.
The Subscriber Library gives you access to ALL of the free printables we have on the Printables for Moms website! Once inside, you can search by image through all of the free printables on Printables for Moms to find and download exactly what you need. You can also filter the printables by category and instantly download the ones you want.
For a sneak peek into the Subscriber Library check out the image above.
This is not the kind of library where you will ever rack up the late return fees–once you download the printable, you don’t have to return it. (That’s me trying to be funny. My teenage daughter says I’m really not that funny. Ha!)
Download the Meal Planning Sheets & access the Subscriber Library when you sign up for our mailing list. You will also receive free weekly updates on the latest printables on our website, as well as exclusive freebies available only to subscribers. We will never send spam. Unsubscribe at any time.
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A Few Printing Tips:
- If you will be spiral binding, using discs/rings, or using ProClick, I recommend using the printer setting “Actual Size” when printing these PDFs (this will reduce the margin around the page). (You can read more about Proclick in this blog post. It is my favorite way of binding printables.)
- If you will be using a 3-ring-binder, I recommend using the “Fit” setting on your printer. (This will give you bigger margins and it shouldn’t cut off any of the design when you hole punch it–that’s never fun!)
- If you are printing planner pages I suggest using a nice, thicker paper like this. If you are printing cover pages or wall art, I recommend using cardstock.
- These pens are my go-to pens for all of my planners. They are erasable and write (& erase) great!
- I use these repositionable tabs to bookmark the different sections of my planners and the current page I am on. They continue to stick great even after a year or more of moving their position daily! There are many different styles available, even different sizes. (Note: in my planner that I print on thicker, nicer paper, I have to remove them very carefully, or else occasionally they stick to the page, and pull off tiny pieces of the top layer of paper when removed. I have never had that issue with regular paper.)
Need the printable to be a different size? Learn how to easily resize a PDF here.
Printer ink too expensive?
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If you are looking for a way to save a ton of money on ink, check out HP Instant Ink. If you have a wireless HP inkjet printer, I highly suggest you look into HP Instant Ink to see if it will work with your printer and save you money. If you sign up using this link you will get a free month of HP Instant Ink. (Disclosure–I will also get a free month if you sign up through that link. I use HP Instant Ink and only recommend it because it is a great way for me to save money on ink. It may be for you too.)
HP Instant Ink works by how many pages you print per month. You can print in color or black & white, and even use the highest quality print settings on your printer–it will cost the same! They have different plans available. You can check it out here. (That’s my referral link again.)
If you buy a new HP printer, DO NOT use my referral link to sign up UNTIL you have checked to see if your printer comes with a better deal. When I bought my HP printer a few years ago, it came with a 3 month free trial. That’s an even better deal!
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