Marvellous printable poster

While joining in the brilliant weekly twitter discussion led by Jessika Hepburn of the oh my! handmade goodness blog, I was reminded of a poster I made myself a while ago:


I had posted about it on this blog but I hadn’t made it into a printable poster for you, for some unknown reason. But I have now!

Simply click on the link to download the pdf and print the poster on A4/US letter size recycled paper.

Download marvellous poster

As always with my free printables, feel free to tell other people about them but please do link to the post, not just the download, and all my free downloads are for personal, not commercial, use.

I pinned the poster on the wall in front of my desk in my studio to remind me whenever I need a little spark of energy.


This is my wall looking relatively bare, I’ve got a lot more stuff stuck to it now! The other poster you can see is another printable poster using an Anne of Green Gables quote: “One can dream so much better in a room where there are pretty things”. You can find the free poster here.

And if you want to check out Jessika’s twitter chat, just follow the hashtag #OMHG on twitter between 6pm and 7pm GMT on Thursdays.

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4 thoughts on “Marvellous printable poster

  1. charlotte

    Ah, this is brilliant! My bloody printer ink has just run out so I shall have to gaze it it on screen for a moment – until I buy more ink later on anyway!
    Love the Anne of Green Gables one too :)

  2. Emm McAndrew

    This made me smile as it’s something my Father-in-Law says all the time! I agree, we should all pin this up somewhere… speaking of pinning, off to Pinterest it goes!

  3. Gabrielle

    I had it as my desktop picture for a while, Charlotte, that would save you on printer ink!
    I like the sound of your father-in-law, Emm! Thanks for pinning but can you be sure to put the link to this post with it please? Would be good if it could stay with the image when it’s repinned, we can only hope! :)

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