Friday, April 13, 2012

Update on Free Downloads

I love sharing my projects here on Serving Pink Lemonade.  When there is a template or printable I've used to make one of my projects I always love to include it in my post for those of you who may like to use it.  I know I always appreciate bloggers who do that.  It makes any project easier and eliminates all the guesswork when you've got a template all ready to go.

A while back I started creating my templates in a google doc for easy access for those of you who'd like to use them, but lately there have been a lot of problems and my inbox gets flooded daily with requests for this or that template.  It's been too much to keep up with so I'm changing the way I offer my templates.  From now on each template will be included in the post.  If you'd like to print it off simply click on the image to enlarge it.  You can then either copy it or save it to your computer.  Then open up a Word document and reduce you margins to zero.  Expand the image to 100% and then you're all ready to print.  Hopefully this will make things easier for everyone.  I won't been getting my inbox flooded and you can get your templates.

I've been working on getting each template transferred over.  I have most of them done, but there is still a few more to go.  If you  find that I've missed one please let me know and I'll go ahead and make it available for you.



  1. I'm a new follower. Love this blog!

  2. That sounds like it will save you a lot of time which is a good thing.

    I don't know if it's possible at all but, is there any way that a measurement line or box can be added to your templates? That way when we click and save there is some way to know if our prints are the correct size? Maybe you've already thought of doing that but I thought I woud ask. If not, that's fine.

    PLEASE, do not take this as a complaint however, as I am not complaining at all. Anything to save you the amount of time it probably takes you to email all those requests each day is great. I can only imagine how much time it might take considering your blog is read all over the world.

  3. Vicki- If you reduce the margins to zero and then expand to 100% the sizing should be just right.