When it comes to blogging, tracking your audience is pretty important, especially if you want blogging to be more than a hobby.
I use this sheet to keep track of audience numbers across various mediums from RSS through to my mailing list. The design is very simple and there is plenty of space to write your numbers. Download your copy here.
I don’t know about you but I am a big list maker. I start the week off with a brand new to do, and while I don’t always get all the way through my list, it does help to relieve some stress. The more to-do lists I create, the less my brain has to remember, and that is a big win.
This is the template I use when creating my to-do list each Monday. It’s an A4 PDF file and you can download it here. Go forth and make lists!
If you’re a paper lover or crafter you’ve probably got a whole mess of scraps lying around. Instead of throwing them away why not try your hand at creating an amazing piece like the one above.
Patricia Zapata from A Little Hut has put up some easy to follow instructions on her blog.
Don’t you just love chandeliers? If I could, I’d have one in every room of the house (including the loo!). If you can’t quite spring for the sparkly crystal variety perhaps a cardboard chandelier will do. Find out how to make your very own cardboard chandelier over at Etsy.
(Image source: Etsy via Paper Made)
Oh these sweet Valentine’s printables from Inky Co make my heart burst with delight. So fancy – and free!
(Image credit: Inky Co)
Have you left your Valentine’s card shopping a little late? Don’t fret! Amy from Thank You Cards got in touch with me last week to share some of her cute printables. She’s designed 18 different card templates for you to download and make yourself. And they’re free! Woohoo! Thanks Amy.
Here’s a sneak peek at a few of my favourites.
Eva Black Design released this sweet Valentine’s Day card printable on Friday. She’s also included a digital version in the download, just in case you want to email it! How lovely!
Want to do a creative project this weekend? Want to spread some happiness and joy at the same time? Head on over to Creative Kismet and learn about about Regina’s Little Guiding Stars project. What a positive idea. I love it!
Do you have any crafty paper projects like this that you want to share? I’d love to know!
(Image credit: Creative Kismet)
Continuing on with the free Christmas/holiday printables and DIY’s from last week, I’ve found some more awesome projects! It’s not too late to whip something up for Christmas, in fact I’ll be tackling the feather tag today. If you know of any more, let me know and I’ll add them to my list.
Tags and placecards from Geninne
Feather gift tags from Love vs Design
Holiday knit gift tags from Eat, Drink, Chic
Falling Stars Advent Calendar from Design*Sponge
Twirly Paper Snowflake Tutorial from Simply Modern Mom
Holiday gift tags from Studio Morran
Super Simple Paper Stars from AnneKata
(Image credits: Geninne, Love vs Design, Eat, Drink, Chic, Design*Sponge, Simple Modern Mom, Studio Moran, AnneKata)