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Organizing Planner: The Harmonized House Project

Organizing printables

This really awesome organizing Family Planner “The Harmonized House Project” is designed by Erin Rippy of InkTreePress.com and is FREE for download. This is part one of several collections to come to help you organize your home with the Harmonized House Project planner -:) Here is the Family Calendar Worksheet and here is the Inventory Organizing Pack. And here are Home Finance Worksheets. Printables are in filable and editable PDF templates, so you can personalize with your own information. Included are several covers for you to choose from.

Templates have fillable fields

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Name Badge Labels

Name Badge Labels in templates for printing on you laser and inkjet printers. Use with adhesive labels WL-5030 Name Badge labels or use our Full Page Labels to print and then cut out. Templates are free to download- they are fillable and you can change font sizes and types. 12 different colors to choose from.

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Vintage Gummed Parcel Post Shipping Labels

Vintage gummed labels in editable printable PDF templates for your to print on your laser and inkjet printers. Special thanks Karen, also known as The Graphic Fairy for the great image. Start labeling your cartons, mailers and other shippments with these awesome Vintage designed shipping labels. Download is FREE. The design is available in Red, Black, Blue, Pink, Orage and Green!

Editible / Fillable PDF templates

To print use Worldlabel.com WL-125 (Same size Avery® 5163) 4″ x 2″ size labels, 10 labels per sheet.

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Tux Paint Kids Summer Drawing Contest

Tux Paint Kids Summer Drawing Contest

Tux Paint

Grab Tux Paint, make a cool drawing, win one of 3 OLPC laptops, one of 10 Sugar-on-a-stick and other awesome prizes!

 Tux Paint Contest Prizes

 

The 2011 Tux Paint Summer Drawing Contest is sponsored by Worldlabel.com and is open to all children aged 3 to 12 who live anywhere in the World!

Here’s a chance to show off your talent using a great drawing program made especially for kids. Tux Paint is an award-winning drawing program you can download to your computer. Tux Paint was recently awarded SourceForge.net Project of the Month. It will run on all versions of Windows (including Tablet PC), Mac OS X 10.4 and up, Linux, FreeBSD and NetBSD. And it’s FREE!

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Flour Sifter Up-Cycling With Vintage Labels

flour labels

I love to take a garage sale staple, like the common tin flour sifter, and save it from “dumpster doom” by up-cycling it into something colorful for my home or to give as a gift.  I’m here to help you do the same thing!  To give the flour sifters some pizazz, I’ve taken my collection of vintage flour sack graphics and printed them on Wordlabel’s label stock product # WL-525.

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Android Apps for Photographers

Your Android device is not only good for snapping photos and sharing them with others. Using the right apps, you can turn it into a handy photographic companion which can handle a wide range of photography-related tasks. And the best part is that some of the best photography-related apps won’t cost you a dime.

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Inkscape resources to take you from newbie to power user

Inkscape

The vector editor Inkscape is what some might call a best-kept-secret among open source projects — in part, because few people outside the graphic design community have any experience working with vector artwork; also, in part, because it’s so powerful that it can seem intimidating at first blush. Here are a collection of Inkscape resources you may find helpful in learning Inkscape and in expanding your skill set.

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Be Your Own Tech Support: 8 Free PC Troubleshooting Apps That Work

Are you the resident computer expert among your family or friends? If so, there may come a time this holiday season where at some point between dinner and dessert someone asks you to troubleshoot their ailing computer. Take a few minutes to get familiar with these free, open source repair tools and load them on a USB flash drive. You can diagnose and fix many pesky computer problems in the time it takes to clear the dinner table, and look like a hero by the time coffee is served.

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