You know what feels really good? Staying on top of scheduling/note writing/meal planning. You know what makes it easier? Having prompts (stylish ones help!) that keep you on track and tasks front of mind.
That’s what Paper Works is all about.
Paper Works is our super helpful monthly club with stylish designs made to keep you organized and I’d love for you to try it out!
Each month, nearly a thousand households use these goodies to keep their families on task, meals planned and hand-written notes written.
The designs are new each month and that makes Paper Works fun to receive and enjoyable to use (which is precisely the point, right?!).
As a member, you get a new set of original designs each month.
Included each month:
grocery & shopping lists*
original art print
scripture memory cards
wallpapers for desktop, iphone, ipad
Simply open the pdf files and print on your favorite paper. Items with an * are editable, which means you can type directly on them before printing. This works great for general chores, recurring events on the calendar or regular monthly meals and especially if you don’t love your handwriting.
Each month we also add in a few surprise extras. This month, we’ve created darling small gift wrap sheets for all those May celebrations (moms, grads, babies, weddings, birthdays).
You also receive an original 8×10 art print in your collection and this month’s is so whimsically delightful and quite Anthropologie-ish.
There are two options for Paper Works and you can choose what works best for you:
paper works print at home // you have access to all pdf files and can print as many as you need. Try it for free for 7 days to make sure it works for you! $9.99/month
paper works printed for you // receive a professionally printed package of your monthly goods. You also have access to all pdf files. This is perfect if you want to have everything at your fingertips ready for instant use. $29.99/month
Once you become a member, simply log in to your account and the next collection will be available to download on the 25th of the month. As long as you are an active member, you keep access to all previous months and can come back any time to reprint the art prints or note cards or whatever you love.
For all of the details and many more images, click here.
(P.S. Paper Works members … the new MAY collection is in your account! Log in here to download and print)
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