Posts tagged #free printables

4 Free Valentine's Printables

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Happy (almost) Valentine’s Day!

We have four free printables for you to print and frame, keep or give, this Valentine’s. Remind someone how special they are, or remind yourself!

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(Click on each image below for a printable pdf format):

Put this in your closet or on your dressing table (or gift it to your best friend) to show yourself a little love...

Invite your husband and kids to get cozy with pajamas, popcorn and a movie on Valentine’s Day (who cares if it’s a school night, right?) with this one.

My fellow Star Wars fans will enjoy these iconic words from The Empire Strikes Back. (And if Han and Leia aren’t your jam, the “I love you” part can stand alone!)

Here’s an easy-to-save graphic for you. We’d love for you to share & save on Pinterest!

Enjoy!

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Posted on February 12, 2018 and filed under Building Your Home.

1 Peter 2:9 Printable Jar Label

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A while back, a blog friend of mine created her own candle labels, and that has always stuck with me as such a clever idea! For our “Entrusted Freebie” this time around, I decided to do something similar, and create a label with a beloved verse that you can use on a vase, jar, or candle. It looks like an old fashioned apothecary label, but it’s Scripture!

1 Peter 2:9 is my daughter’s school memory verse this week and I cannot get it out of my head. It is such a beautiful truth about our identity in Christ, what he has done for us, and as I meditate on it, the excellencies of God just ring through my mind. He is so wonderful!

So, to use this printable, you can download the PDF and print out onto a full sheet of sticker paper in your printer. The sheets I use are Avery 8165 shipping labels. I formatted the label in several sizes to fit most jars Once you print it, just cut out the size that fits your vessel best. You can use it on an antique apothecary bottle or something similar, as I did, for a flower vase. Or, you could put it on the side of a colored glass vase and pour a candle into it (or even replace an ugly candle label in a pre-poured jar). Really, it can be used on any kind of jar or vase that you would like. I’m also attaching a large 8 x 10 version if you just want to print it on regular cardstock and hang it up on the wall.

Enjoy!

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Posted on October 6, 2017 and filed under Building Your Home.

"Hashtag, I'm the mom!" Free printable

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This month’s just-for-fun freebie is a reminder for those times when your kids want to get you on the merry-go-round. You know that frustrating cycle of arguing, sassing, back-talking, whining, compromising, or whatever other trick up your kid’s sleeve that somehow gets you to backtrack on what you just said?

 

Betsy calls that getting on the merry-go-round in her Entrusted with a Child’s Heart class, and cautions you NOT to go for a ride.

Heidi really hit it on the head when she said in her recent interview that she has to remind her daughter, “We don't argue. I am not a kid; I am your mom.” Of course we are not harsh dictators or unjust authoritarians. The aim of our charge is love, and the goal of discipline is to produce the peaceful fruit of righteousness. Sometimes healthy discussion is welcome and necessary. But sometimes, you just have to look your kid in the eye and say, “Hashtag, I’m the Mom!” I’ve found myself saying it so many times lately, I’m tempted to put it on a t-shirt!

 Until then, I’m hanging up this little printable in my kitchen. Among all the notes and pictures and homework sheets screaming at me from the fridge, this one is to remind me that I am in charge, and it’s for my kids’ good. We are responsible for raising good citizens, not people who think we’re awesome. It’s our job to make the hard calls (and by the way, who warned us that this was motherhood?! It was supposed to be all fun and snuggles all the time...isn’t that how the diaper commercials framed it?!) It’s not easy, but it’s necessary. Someone has to be the mom, and God has said you are it!

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I know how creative ya’ll are...why stop at a 5 x 7 on the fridge? This download has the mantra in lots of candy colors, and I can imagine it as a greeting card of encouragement, a gift tag or a bookmark. What will you do with it?

Download the Free “#imthemom” Printable Here! 

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Posted on October 26, 2016 and filed under Building Your Family.

Psalm 139 Free Printable

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Psalm 139:14 says “I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.”  I’ll always remember reading that astounding truth while still in the hospital after the birth of my first child. God has worked an incredible miracle each time he’s knit together a human being!

I thought it would make a perfect printable for a girl’s room, especially as they get older and start to navigate our culture’s opinions on beauty.

There’s a bonus print that’s a little less girly for a boy’s nursery as well. Just print out, trim to 8 x 10, and frame it up! Enjoy!

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Printable design is copyright Laura Irion, Scripture copyright ESV Bible, created for Entrusted Ministries, and is for personal use only.

Posted on July 13, 2016 and filed under Building Your Home.

Free printable - Zechariah 4:6

It’s good to get Scripture up on the walls around you, so that you can meditate on it and claim the truth of it as you’re waging the daily battles of motherhood! This printable is taken from Zechariah 4:6 (ESV), which says, “Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, says the Lord of hosts.”

 

 

What a great reminder for us to not walk in our own strength, and to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Just click here for the printable PDF. Download it, print it, and put it up where you (or your kids!) can see it and be encouraged.

Enjoy!

Printable design is copyright Laura Irion, scripture copyright ESV Bible, created for Entrusted Ministries, and is for personal use only.

Posted on February 10, 2016 and filed under Building Your Faith.

Psalm 36 Free Printable

Here at the Entrusted Blog, we are all about encouraging moms. One of the things we like to do from time to time is make something that you can print out and tack up, as a reminder of God’s wonderful Word. We hope these will be a blessing to you!

 

 


Today’s free printable is taken from Psalm 36:5-6 (NIV). “Your love, LORD, reaches to the heavens, your faithfulness to the skies. Your righteousness is like the highest mountains, your justice like the great deep…” Isn’t that an incredible truth to meditate upon?


Follow this link to download this print free for personal use. You can print it in any size you wish, either on your home printer or through a print service like Fed Ex Office or Shutterfly. Enjoy!

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Posted on October 28, 2015 and filed under Building Your Home.

Free Printable: "Must Have Scriptures"

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What can be a better way to keep your mind focused on truth than by memorizing Scripture. These are what Betsy's husband Dave considers the "Top 30 Got to Have 'em" verses, which he teaches in his new believers classes. Today we’re offering a free printable for anyone who, like me, finds that a visual reminder is a good motivator.

 

 

 

You can get yours by right-clicking on the graphic below and saving it to your computer or device. Then just print to your printer at home (use matte photo paper for best quality) or send to a service such as Shutterfly. The size to print is 8 x 10.

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Tack it up on your bulletin board or hang it on your fridge and challenge yourself to memorize these key verses. It’s always a good time to hide more of God’s word in your heart!

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Posted on July 15, 2015 and filed under Building Your Faith.