Say no to creepy Easter bunnies this year with our instant download – yay!! This year’s Easter props are designed to be colored like our other giant printables.
This printable contains 2 jpg files that include an easter bunny, easter eggs, a carrot and a tulip. The props in this post were printed to the size of 24″ x 36″.
The files can be sent to any office supply store, such as Staples and printed as engineer prints. Hop on over to the shop and fill your photos with a little aloha:
We have been busy little leprechauns getting ready for St. Paddy’s Day – yay!
A new giant coloring page is now available in the shop:
This is an instant download of a jpg file. Once you download, you can send any local office supply store that produces engineering prints and have them print an oversized sheet usually in an hour or so. Staples has 3 different options available starting at 18″x 24″ if you don’t want to print it as large as shown in this photo. This print shown is 36″ x 48″ to give you an idea of size.
I hope this March is your luckiest month yet!
Have you read any tutorials for enlarging your black and white photos and printing as engineering prints on pinterest? I have, and it gave me the idea to create a giant black and white sheet for my kids to color on. Sooooo fun! And just another excuse for me to draw.
The best part – when it’s all finished, holiday décor made especially by my children – yay! I designed a gingerbread house that is available as an instant download in the shop.
You can send this file to your local office supply store that prints engineering prints and have them print an oversized sheet usually in an hour or so.
Engineering prints are black and white prints that come in a variety of sizes, produced typically for architects and builders. You can print from 18”x 24”, 24”x 36” or 36” x48”. The print shown here is 36” x 48”. This makes them a great product for a giant coloring book page.
This was a fun way to spend a winter evening inside and buy new boxes of crayons. I can’t wait to design more!
If you color one don’t forget to share with us!
Here’s the link to the shop listing: https://www.etsy.com/listing/213701162/giant-gingerbread-coloring-page?ref=shop_home_feat_4
Create a spooktacular setting this year with our DIY bunting. This bunting is a printable that is available as an instant download in the shop. You will need a printer, 8.5″ x 11″ white cardstock, a hole punch and ribbon. I grabbed black & white striped ribbon and it looks fantastically frightful!
There are a total of 16 panels (be sure you have 16 sheets of paper) that read ‘Happy Halloween’ along with a skeleton and jack o’ lantern.
Happy Haunting, my pretties!!
My son wanted a TMNT birthday party, and since all the turtle themed goodies were pretty much sold out this year, we made our own. My kids love to cut and paste, so this ended up being a fun activity that kept us busy on a rainy day. If you are feeling crafty, you can download the template below. I made a pdf with each of the turtles along with their matching belts. It’s set up as a standard letter size pdf. (8.5” x 11” for easy printing)
This template is sized to fit the celebrate it™ paper sack large pack (4.7″ x 2.8″ x 8.9) sold at Michael’s arts and crafts store. I bought the lime green color that was a radical shade just right for a bunch of ninja dudes.
Here is the link to the bags:
Link to free printable here:
For Christmas photos this year I made a paper rosette backdrop.
It took a lot of red and green paper, folding, glue dots, and Christmas music. You don’t have to be exact, experiment with a few to see which folds you like the most. You can mix it up, make a few small with letter size paper, and the larger rosettes using 11×17 sheets.
You can download the full instructions how to make the rosettes as a pdf at papersource: