{Freebie} Weekly Planner Printable

February 1, 2016 | Freebies

I’m probably the only person on earth who hasn’t quite embraced the calendar on my phone.. I feel like I’m stuck in the dark ages because I just don’t get it. It doesn’t feel intuitive to me and I feel silly that it’s managed to dupe me. Surely I can’t be the only one?! I just prefer good old pen and paper. So, in a bid to become a little more organised (as per this post) and to keep track of playdates and appointments, I’ve created a free weekly planner that can be printed out, stuck on the wall and written on as things come up.

Weekly Planner FreebieI decided to break it up into Morning, Lunch, Afternoon, and Evening (as that’s just how my day seems to be segmented at the moment with Arlo) and have left the cells big so it allows for plenty of writing room. Even though I use it more as an activity calendar, you could also use it as a meal planner, or a to-do list for each day.. whatever you like, really!

Here it is in action, taped to our kitchen wall. Also note Arlo’s spectacular red Chinese lantern for Chinese New Year. Best looking lantern I’ve ever seen.. #childprodigy #modestmum

On our kitchen wall

So if you haven’t really fallen in love with your digital calendar either, I hope you’ll find this printable version useful :) I’ve made it in both A4 and Letter. Enjoy!

A4ButtonLetterButtonClaire x

5 Halloween DIYs To Try

October 21, 2015 | 5 DIYs To Try

Man, this year is flying. I’m sure I say that every year, but I can’t believe it’s the middle of October already! I got a bit of a wakeup call when I noticed the halloween party fliers go up in our condo lobby… it can’t be halloween time again already?! Well, I guess it can. Eesh.

I thought it might be helpful to pull together a few fantastic, quick DIY’s and printables from around the web to get in the spooky spirit – just in case you’re like us and Halloween just crept up on you this year! Time to get my craft on!

Halloween DIYs

1. Printable Stick-o Treats from Oh Happy Day  2. DIY Pun-kins from Studio DIY  3. Jack-O-Lantern Balloons from A Subtle Revelry  4. Carved Pineapple from A Subtle Revelry  5. Halloween Coloring Pages from Mr. Printables

For the first time in years we live in an apartment building with lots of kids, so I might have to craft up some Spook-pops to give the trick-or-treaters :)

In case you’d like to check out some of the other Halloween DIYs I’ve done in years past, here they are… oldies but goodies!

Halloween DIYs by Fellow Fellow

6. DIY Creepy Crawly Insect Lamps  7. DIY Houses by Night  8. DIY Spook-Pops

Happy crafting! x

Heather’s Story (+ free iPhone wallpapers!)

June 7, 2015 | Freebies, Miscellaneous

Have HopeDid you know that it’s National Cancer Survivors Day today? I had no idea until recently, but really – what a fantastic thing to celebrate! With all the horrible things that come up in the news, doesn’t it feel good to celebrate something as happy and positive as kicking cancer’s butt? I think so.

SO… In honor of National Cancer Survivors Day, I wanted to share Heather Von St. James story. She is a 9-year survivor of a very rare and deadly form of cancer called mesothelioma.

Meet Heather

Heather works tirelessly to spread awareness for this little-known cancer and the dangers of asbestos, so please read more about her and mesothelioma below – or even better, head over to Heather’s website to learn more, lend your support, and to watch a very touching video of Heather and her family.

THEN, because we all love free stuff (right?!), I’ve created some new iPhone wallpapers in honour of National Cancer Survivors Day – yay! They’ll be available at the end of the post :)

Mesothelioma
Mesothelioma is a rare and deadly form of cancer, caused by exposure to asbestos – a building material used in the 70’s and 80’s. It has since become known for being potentially lethal if the dust is inhaled (and thankfully has been banned in Australia for quite a few years now) however in the US and Canada it’s still used in some building materials (!!).

Heather’s Story
Heather was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2005, after having inhaled asbestos dust from her Father’s work jacket when she was a child. It’s a very agressive form of cancer, and will normally take a person’s life within the first year of diagnosis. Incredibly, Heather had her left lung removed in order to save her life, and has now been cancer-free for 9 years! Amazing :)

While I was watching the video on Heather’s website, I noticed that she talks a lot about hope, and says that “with hope, the odds don’t matter”, which I thought was a lovely sentiment. So, in honour of Heather, and of all the amazing cancer survivors out there I’ve created 4 free “Hope” iPhone wallpapers for you to download.

Hope Strength Love | Bloom in BlueHOPE STRENGTH LOVE: iPhone 6 | iPhone 5
BLOOM IN BLUE: iPone 6 | iPhone 5

HOPE | Bloom in PinkHOPE: iPhone 6 | iPhone 5
BLOOM IN PINK: iPone 6 | iPhone 5

If you do download and use them, be sure to send a thought to all the brave people out there who have beaten this awful disease :)

C x

*Note*
These designs are for personal use only and are not to be used for any commercial purposes without my consent. All copyright of these images is retained by Claire Dalgliesh (Fellow Fellow). 

Top 10 of 2013

January 19, 2014 | Guides

Hello dearest friends! Remember me? ;)

Oh my it’s been a little quiet around here lately.. I’m so sorry! The new year has started wonderfully, and if I’m honest – a little chaotically, and I haven’t had much of a chance to even look at this little blog in a while. But I’m hoping to change that starting now :) More posts stat!

So as the first official post of 2014, I thought it might be fun to take a quick look back at what you guys liked the most in 2013. I enjoyed doing all these posts, so it was really interesting for me to see what you all responded to! SO here we go, the Top 10 most popular posts from last year…

FF Top 10 post of 2013!

1. DIY Stamp Village   2. DIY Washi Tape Stool   3. DIY Spotty Jars and Jewellery Dishes   4. DIY Berry Boxes   5. DIY Fine Line Drawing   6. DIY Faux Leather Pouches   7. DIY Cement Ornaments   8. DIY Geometric Stamp Town   9. Freebie Christmas Gift Tags   10. Freebie Printable Blog Planner.

No surprises that it was the DIYs and Freebies that had your hearts last year! ;)

And just for fun, there’s one post that continuously kicks all the other post’s butts… it’s the most viewed of all time (and not surprisingly one of the earliest DIYs I ever posted)…

Most viewed of All Time

Isn’t that cool?!

Thank you so much for all your support through 2013, it was a phenomenal year and I couldn’t have done it without you :) Here’s to loads more greatness in 2014!! xo

{Freebie} Printable Christmas Wrapping Paper

December 18, 2013 | Christmas, Freebies

Christmas is so close I can almost touch it! Yippee!

In case you haven’t finished wrapping your gifts yet (like me – oops), I’ve got some sweet printable wrapping paper for you to use. You can download it in either A4 or Letter size, print it, wrap those little gifts right up and voila – they’re ready to pop under the tree. You’ve probably noticed these papers in a couple of shoots recently, and they match perfectly with the Freebie Christmas Tags from last week!

Freebie Wrap!Get them here in A4 or LETTER

WrappingPaperGet them here in A4 or LETTER

Freebie Wrap!Happy wrapping friends! :)

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