i should be mopping the floor: Free Printable Watercolor To Do List

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Free Printable Watercolor To Do List

This printable to do list is made up of everyone's favorite thing: watercolor flowers! This freebie is perfect to write down all of the tasks for your day or week (heck...maybe even goals for a year, y'all!). Grab this Free Printable Watercolor To Do List below and start checkin' some boxes off so it can become your TA DA list!

Free Printable To Do List
About a year ago, I was knee-deep in designing organizational printables for my home organization book (including a to do list or ten!). As stated in the contract with my publisher, I had a 12-month period where I could not design any organizational prints outside of the book (that was torture, y'all!). Now that my book and the contractual agreement regarding the prints are both finished up, I am super excited to be designing free organizational printables here on the blog again. Not going to lie...organizational prints are (literally) my bread and butter for the first part of the new year (I had to get a bit creative last year). And a good to do list is always fun to design...I'm delighted to be back in my wheelhouse, designing what I love the most.

Free Printable Watercolor To Do List:

The watercolor cornered flowers on this to do list are so fun and happy, friends. Their colors are soft and feminine, yet, anyone can certainly put this to do list to good use. 

How to Use a Printable To Do List:

While printing a new to do list out on the daily would be an option, it's really not the most budget-friendly, green, or practical. I like to laminate my to do list and use it with a dry erase marker (and stick it under a magnet on the refrigerator). I have mine laminated at my local print shop (it's a bit pricier, but so worth it). Professional lamination means your piece will last for years (I have tried, but can't find a home laminating machine like the ones the pros use). You could also frame your to do list in an 8x10 frame and use dry erase on the glass as another option. Whatever manner you choose, just putting your to do list into daily practice and making a habit of it is the key. And hey, if you need a little boost, write a lil' somethin' down that you already did just to get the thrill of the cross off (I won't tell, pinky promise).
To Do List Download
Grab yours and put it into practice today:
Free Printable Watercolor To Do List

If the above download link doesn't work properly for you, 
please try this alternate one, instead.

Simple To Do List Printable


More To Do List Printables:

Can't get enough printable to do lists? The blogosphere is such a great source for these kind of printables. Check out these to do list printables from some of my blogging friends:

And I have a couple of other to do list printables in different designs that you may enjoy, too:

Framed To Do List Printable
Happy Organizing, y'all!

Free Printables

Neglect your chores like me and don't miss a thing:




12 comments:

  1. Hooray! and Congratulations! I love the watercolor collection and just bought my calendar, have downloaded the annual calendar and to do list. I can make my own checklist but they are never attractive. And your checkout process is so FUN! What darling graphics!

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    1. Oh thank you SO much, Celia!! I really appreciate that. And happy 2017 to you and yours!! <3

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  2. Thanks for the perfect addition to my planner for 2017. I love making lists each day and then checking off those things I've completed.....even if it is a tiny thing. I may need one sheet for the various areas of my life and responsibilities....Home, Church/Spiritual, Family, Me....Thanks again, so pretty!

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    1. I'm so glad you like it, Sylvia!! Thank you so much! Happy new year to you and yours!!

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  3. So cute! To do lists always make me feel more productive. Now it can be cute too! Thanks Kristi.

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  4. Thank you so much I did have a question I see the book is available on kindle? Does that mean there is a way to print from that app? Is there a preview of what is in the tear off pages. Just a list mind you not photos I know you worked hard to publish this I appreciate your hard work as I do not have the computer skills to do such amazing work

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    1. Thank you so much, Ramona. Sooooo...I honestly am waiting on my publisher to figure out the Kindle printing situation. I know they're on it. I truly didn't even realize it would be available on Kindle when the process started. But if you bought the Kindle kind, then you would have to print the entire thing...which somewhat defeats the purpose. The price of the book is just slightly higher than the Kindle version and you get everything already printed (100 prints)...it would save a TON on ink! I have some preview photos in this post right here: http://www.ishouldbemoppingthefloor.com/2016/12/home-organization-tear-outs.html

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  5. Kristi,
    I just want to say Happy New Year to you and tell you that you have changed my life! Subscribing to your newsletter has turned me on to DIY and so many other happy things for me and my home. I will be 70 years old in three weeks. I only wish I had found a muse like you earlier! Thanks and much happiness to you and your sweet family.
    Jane

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  6. Love the watercolour collection!! So pretty!!

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  7. This is so pretty Kristi! I love it. Thanks for linking up to The Creative Exchange. We will be featuring your project this week.
    xo,
    Laura

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  8. Thank you for the beautiful printable! I must have a "TO DO" list and this one is very pretty!

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