rain rain go away

Spring in the Pacific Northwest is notorious for its unpredictability and split personality. One minute its pouring – usually when we’re headed out the door – and the next it is bright and sunny.  But the good news is, spring means the birds are out chirping again, little buds are forming on our trees and shrubs and daffodils are poking their yellow heads out of the ground. These things make me happy.  So do bright spring clothes {not so much the new neon trend, though}, colorful raincoats and playfully patterned umbrellas.

I was inspired by all of this in the new April installment of JDC | monthly.

{april art print}

JDC | monthly is a great way to stay organized, receive seasonal art prints and note cards and do a simple project that your friends and family will surely appreciate.

When you become a member, you will receive a collection of printable paper goods {on the 22nd of each month so you have time to get yourself organized before the new month begins}.  You can print as many of each item as you need – many of the items included make great gifts, too.

Included in the April Collection is {from left to right}:

note cards . dinnertime calendar . chore chart . grocery list . monthly calendar . shopping list . weekly calendar . scripture cards . houseduties chart {and the art print shown above}

The project featured this month is for these darling patterned envelopes.

They fit the note cards in the collection as well as a 4 x 6 photograph – perfect for sending updated photos to loved ones {note to self: send updated photos to loved ones}.

Upon signing up, you will have instant access to all of the pdf files. Download and print, or save them to your computer for a rainy day.

JDC | monthly members will also receive 50% off all printables in the shop.


Click the button below to receive JDC | monthly via email for $9.99 {first month is free}.

the fine print:

You will receive the link to the monthly collection immediately after signing up. Billing is done on a 30 day cycle {so if you join on the 15th, you will be billed the following month on the 15th}. On the 22nd of each month, you will receive an email with the link to download the collection of pdfs, as well as the video tutorial.

If you decide JDC | monthly is not for you, you are free to cancel at any time.

Questions? Please feel free to email me at emily@jonesdesigncompany.com

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7 Responses to rain rain go away

  1. Aimee April 8, 2012 at 2:29 pm #

    Emily thank you so much for your tutorials my
    8 year old daughter and I look forward to them
    Beginning of each month we print a pic for each room
    I love the colors you use because they match my home.
    I don’t have a lot of time on the computer but your website
    Is one we go to often thanks again for inspiring many even 8 year olds

  2. rachel davis March 30, 2012 at 9:56 pm #

    hi! i am trying to join jdc monthly and i enter all my payment info and it sends me to “yahoo error 404 not found”…. help please! :)

  3. Jenna March 26, 2012 at 8:07 am #

    Hi Emily! Love this post, I hope to one day be as creative as you when setting a table, gosh- so gorgeous! Anywho, Im also wondering where you got that table number with the 2 on it? It looks like it is metal possibly. Thanks!

    • emily March 26, 2012 at 9:08 am #

      The metal place cards were a gift from a friend so I’m not sure where they are from. If you google ‘zinc place cards’ there are lots of options for where to buy.

  4. Ashley@marriedlane March 23, 2012 at 7:31 pm #

    LOVE the print! So cute.

  5. cailan March 23, 2012 at 11:41 am #

    really cute – as always. love the envelopes : )

  6. alison-modern cottage company March 23, 2012 at 7:48 am #

    I love your new art print! I am so with you on this rain :) blah! We have had enough bring on the sun and flowers.

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