Bible Journaling FREE Printable

If you have been following along with my Verse-A-Day Bible Journaling Challenge, then you know that today’s verse is Hebrews 10:19-23.

When I started working on this verse, I really wanted to do some hand lettering in my Bible, but I didn’t really know what I wanted.  So I decided to look at some fonts on my computer and put together some lettering from it.  After doing so I decided instead of copying the lettering into my Bible that I would print it on vellum and glue it into my Bible instead.  I don’t have any clear sticker paper on hand, but the vellum works pretty much the same way.

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I thought I would share this design with you so that you can use it to print and include in your Bible as well.  You can download your FREE copy here.  Please remember all file downloads and printables are free FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.  No commercial use or redistribution is permitted.  This means that you can use the files to make things for yourself or as gifts but you are NOT permitted to sell any items you create with the files.  You also may not sell or share the files themselves.

If you use my printable, I would love to see it!!  Or if you Bible journal I would love to see it too.  Use #BibleJournalingwithSheena in Instagram or leave me a comment below.

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Subject Stickers for Your Planner ~ Free Stickers

Getting ready for back to school can be quiet a task for a teacher!!  This year I decided to change my planner to a Happy Planner and I picked up the teacher edition at Hobby Lobby.  I’ll share more about my planner later on.  Today I want to share with you some subject stickers I made for my planner, and you can get yours for FREE!!

I totally forgot to take a picture of the stickers before I started using them.  I was so busy getting ready for back to school I wasn’t really thinking about blogging that day or that I wanted to share these super cute stickers with you.  I haven’t used all of them up yet though so I can still share a picture of my half used sheet of stickers.

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I wanted my stickers to be a different color for each subject and I wanted bright bold colors to go along with the colors in my planner!!  I created flags shapes for all of the stickers.  I was only able to create six columns of stickers and I needed seven different colors so I decided to alternate with blank stickers except for the last sticker says notes.  This gives you extra stickers that match, but you can write your own wording on them.

Then I took the stickers and used them on my weekly pages in my planner across the top.  Then I don’t have to write the subjects out each week.  I have used some of my extra blank ones for things we do weekly and put them in the note column for the day we will do it.  Such as library, we go to the library every Wednesday so I have a sticker on Wednesday of each week under the notes that says library.

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You can get your FREE copy of the stickers HERE.  These stickers are made for a studio and I am not sure about converting it to work with a cricut.  Please remember all file downloads and printables are free FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.  No commercial use or redistribution is permitted.  This means that you can use the files to make things for yourself or as gifts but you are NOT permitted to sell any items you create with the files.  You also may not sell or share the files themselves.  If you do not have a silhouette, but would still like the stickers let me know and I’ll create them in a PDF.

Party Planning ~ FREE PRINTABLE

With all our moving stuff we had to put off some birthday parties, but now that we are moving (TODAY ACTUALLY)!!!  Say a quick prayer for us that everything goes smoothly and nothing get broken!!  We are back to planning our missed birthday parties.  Now my daughter chose to go to the beach for her birthday but my son decided to have a Paw Patrol party!!

I did most of my planning in my bullet journal.  Make notes of all the party details and where its going to be.  I also made a list of all items I need to purchase.  I like to do a lot of DIY stuff for the kids’ parties but there will still be stuff I will need to pick up.  Next I made a list of food.  Bradley is lactose intolerant so ice cream is not on our list, actually he can eat sherbet and come to think about that would go great with our color scheme!!  Then I have a special surprise for Bradley that requires a reservation.  Finally my to do list of stuff I need to do.

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Of course a guest list is a requirement, but it just wasn’t something I really want to write in my bullet journal, so I decided to make a FREE printable for my guest list.  I wanted to include columns for name (I have to know who I invited), invite (so I can mark that they were invited), RSVP (so I can mark when some lets me know if they are coming or not), how many (because thats important for planning for food) and thank you (so I can make sure and send out thank you cards).

I did make a lot of this a little easier on me this year.  I decided since almost everyone is on Facebook that I would just create a Facebook event and invite everyone that way.  It will make keeping up with RSVP a little easier.

You can download your free copy of the printable HERE!!  Please remember all file downloads and printables are free FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.  No commercial use or redistribution is permitted.  This means that you can use the files to make things for yourself or as gifts but you are NOT permitted to sell any items you create with the files.  You also may not sell or share the files themselves.

If you use it I would love to see pictures of it.  Make sure and tag me if you share it on social media.

Photography Planner ~ FREE PRINTABLE

A few years ago I thought I wanted to try my hand at photography.  Actually I love it very much and I still spend time working on my skills, but its just a hobby for me now.

During the days of my photography passion I had to have it all organized which included a planner for all of my photography love.  I had previously shared a printable from that planner and since I have shut the blog down that hosted that printable, I decided I would revamp it and share it here with you all since it was such a post printable at my previous blog.

The check list included a place to fill in all the details for the client details and the session details.  That helped me with making sure I didn’t forget anything about the family or our plans for the session.  Sometimes the family would have a specific request and I would make a note of it on this page so I didn’t forget it.

Next I included a check list for everything I needed to pack for the session.  I always liked to make sure I knew everything I was packing before head.  I have some items that I always took to every session that is pre-filled in and then I included blank lines for anything extra I planned to take with me.

Then I had a section for any posing ideas I had.  It made it easy for me to jot down any thoughts I had and when I was at the session I could glance back at my sheet and remember my ideas.

Finally, I included a section for editing so I could make note of when I promised the finished images, how many images and everywhere I had shared the images on social media.

You can download your copy of my photography session printable HERE. Please remember all file downloads and printables are free FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.  No commercial use or redistribution is permitted.  This means that you can use the files to make things for yourself or as gifts but you are NOT permitted to sell any items you create with the files.  You also may not sell or share the files themselves.

Moving Checklist ~ FREE PRINTABLE

Preparing to move can be very daunting with everything you must do before, during and after the process is a lot to keep up with.

We are currently in the process of moving.  Our house is actually under contract, we have a contract on another house and we have a closing date set for both the sell of our current house and the purchase of our forever home.

I have started preparing checklist for emptying our refrigerators, freezers and pantry.  Along with list regarding things I must do the week of closing to prepare for the move, things I must do the day of closing to prepare for the move and things I must do the week following closing to help us settle into our new home.

To me one of the most important things you want to make sure you do is have all your services transferred over to your new home and your address updated with all the proper businesses so you don’t miss any important mail.  So I decided to design some check list stickers for my bullet journal and today I am sharing with you the PDF printable of those stickers, which you can download HERE!!  Please remember all file downloads and printables are free FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY.  No commercial use or redistribution is permitted.  This means that you can use the files to make things for yourself or as gifts but you are NOT permitted to sell any items you create with the files.  You also may not sell or share the files themselves.

Of course you will need to print them on sticker paper and cut them out if you want to have them as stickers, or you can use them just the way they are.

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One thing I have always enjoyed doing is incorporating the pantene color of the year into some of my projects and since this one is related to moving and the color of the year is greenery, I thought this would be one of the prefect projects for incorporating the color of the year into.  So I made the title and the check boxes on my check list green and then when I did the doodling in my bullet journal I made sure to include greenery in it as well.

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My stickers don’t quiet fill up the page in my bullet journal and I felt like some doodling, washi tape and lettering would be the prefect fit for filling up the page.  I used my tombow dual brush pens for doodling and coloring in my doodles.  Since it is related to houses and plants are on my mind I made sure to doodle some houses, vines and flowers on the page.  I absolutely LOVE washi tape and this line green washi tape from Target Dollar aisle was prefect to tie the two pages together.  I feel like moving is closing one chapter of our lives and starting a new one.  So I decided to hand letter “one door closes” on the top of the first page (never mind the last S didn’t fit) and “another opens” on the bottom of the second page.

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I hope you find these check list as helpful as I know they will be for me on moving day!!

***Please note colors on printables may appear different on your screen than when printed.***