Valentine's Day Printable | 10 things I love about you

Still need some ideas for Valentine's Day? Well, here's a quick one that's packed with sentiment (for all you mushy people out there!) There are numerous things you love about a person, right? It can be a parent, a friend, a partner, or even a pet. Why not remind them? We tell each other "I love you" if often, but do we tell each other exactly why, as often?

Enjoy this free Valentine's day printable. Keep scrolling to download below.

Happy Valentine's Day!

10 things I love about you

Print on 8.5x11" letter sized paper or card stock. Cut along outer dotted line.

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Valentine's Day Printable | You are loved

You are loved.

That is all you need to know.

Enjoy these free Valentine's day printables to give to the ones you love!

Suggestions for use:
1. Use them as tags for your Valentines' gifts
2. Cut as tags and tie with twine for flower bunches
3. Turn them into cute little love notes (write your personal note on the back!)

Scroll below to download!

You are loved.

Print on 8.5x11" letter sized paper or card stock. Cut along outer dotted line. Punch top center with hole if using as gift tags. Add some sweet words to the back if used as a love note.

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Copyright Coco and Mingo. For personal and non-commercial use only. Not for sale or distribution. You are not allowed to sell this download in digital or print form, nor to distribute it in its original or in an altered form. Please link back to original post if shared – do not link directly to the file. Thank you!

Free Desktop and Phone wallpaper | February Happy Tech

It's February already! Wow. Well, as the months progress, Audrey and I hope you find some easy organization with our free monthly wallpapers! Cheers to this new month!

January was about intentions for me. I launched this new site, after so many months of working on it. And I connected with a dear, dear friend (even if only through FaceTime), but it was something we had made the intention of doing for months and months and months (we even had a long conversation about intentions). And, I made new intentions! Boy, it feels good when you finally bring them into fruition!

What was your favorite thing about January?

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Keep scrolling below to download your free desktop and phone wallpaper for February!

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Wallpapers created and copyrighted by Audrey of This Little Street (artwork) and Jessica of Coco and Mingo (calligraphy/layout). For personal and non-commercial use only. You are not allowed to sell these wallpapers in digital or print form, nor to distribute it in its original or in an altered form. Please link back to original post if you want to share – do not link directly to the file. Thank you!

Lately | 02.16

Fingers crossed that by the time this post goes live, you will be viewing it on a brand new website! I finally made the switch - and although I've been working on the site for the past few months, I'm pretty happy so far with the switch to Squarespace from Wordpress!

I'm happy to check "new website" off my list of New Years resolutions, but there is still much to do! Here are a few changes I anticipate coming to the blog this year:

>> More calligraphy. I've received so many emails asking me to teach more calligraphy basics and how-to's, so I'll be sharing more lettering, tips and tricks, and some of my favorite tools, pens, nibs, paper, websites, artists, etc.!

>> Health-related posts. Truthfully, one reason why this blog had taken a back-seat last year was because I was focusing on my health. I've encountered some food-related health issues the past few years and although it's been a very long process of allergy-testing, elimination diets, and detoxing, I've finally found that a gluten-free (mostly wheat-free) and dairy-free diet works best for me at this moment. Because this is a big part of my life, I thought that I'd share some things I've discovered over the past year that work for me. I've spoken to so many people who can relate when it comes to food sensitivities, allergies, or gut and digestion-related issues. So, I thought I'd dedicate a small portion of this blog to help others and bring awareness to food, health, and the importance of why what we put in our bodies matters for optimal health.

>> More freebies. I know how much you guys love all the free printables, so I anticipate getting more up on the blog. Plus, I already have so many great collaborations with free printables in store for the near future to share with you!

>> Newsletters. I didn't pay much attention to my newsletter until now. I assumed posts were actively and automatically being sent to emails when posted, but I never really followed up on that (shame on me). This time around, however, I'm connected with MailChimp, and excited to get newsletters out to all my subscribers! I may even include some exclusive "Subscriber-only" free printables this year, so be sure to sign up! *eek!* Check out the "Subscribe" section on my sidebar and enter with your email address. See you there!

>> Social Media. Ok this is far-fetched, seeing how terrible I really am at keeping up my social media. But I really want to get the hang of this thing! Step 1. More photos on Instagram. I'm not going full gung-ho style saying that I'll keep up with eeevery social media site, because I know I won't be able to commit. But Instagram, I can do. So I'll start off baby steppin'. See you there

I hope you're as excited as I am! Thank you for sticking around with me.

x j

I apologize in advance if links may be broken, especially connecting to my site (i.e. from other blogs/Pinterest/Social Media) - if you come across something not working, please don't hesitate to shoot me a quick email letting me know. I'd appreciate it!

Free desktop and phone wallpaper // January Happy Tech

And we're baaaaack!! Happy New Year, guys! Thank you SO much for all your downloads and shares of our free 2016 printable calendar! To make life a bit more organized for you, we're also going to be giving these monthly calendar wallpapers for you to download. Enjoy January!

You'll find all the tech downloads below!

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Desktop display (up to 30″) – 2560 x 1600
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Wallpapers created and copyrighted by Audrey of This Little Street (artwork) and Jessica of Coco and Mingo (calligraphy/layout). For personal and non-commercial use only. You are not allowed to sell these wallpapers in digital or print form, nor to distribute it in its original or in an altered form. Please link back to original post if you want to share – do not link directly to the file. Thank you!

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DIY Grapefruit Honey Sugar Scrub + Free printable labels // Savory Simple

Hi everyone! Today I'm hanging out over at Savory Simple's blog, where we're sharing TWO amazing things: 1. A DIY Homemade Sugar Scrub recipe and 2. These free printable labels to go with it!

Jennifer from Savory Simple created this DIY Homemade Sugar Scrub recipe, perfect for those of you looking for DIY holiday gift ideas! They're super easy to make, and smell amazing. She made a grapefruit honey scent using essential oils, but you're free to be creative and come up with your own favorite scents!

To top it all off, we're offering these free printable labels for your DIY Homemade Sugar Scrub, perfect for putting the whole DIY gift together. (Stickers compatible with Avery template #22808 and/or tags that you can print + cut if you don't have the Avery template.)

Scroll below for download and links!

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Hop on over to Savory Simple to get the DIY Homemade Sugar Scrub recipe and download your printable labels!

You can also download the printable labels below:

Homemade Sugar Scrub labels

Attached contains 2 pages - one for use with Avery Kraft Brown Round labels (#22808) and the other is to cut along lines to use as tags.

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Also adding a little note of remembrance for those who fought (and still fight) for our country. December 7 is the memorial of the attack of Pearl Harbor during WWII in 1941, and being from Hawaii, it is always an especially significant day to pay respect and honor.

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All photos by Savory Simple.

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Giveaway! // Wild Poppy Goods

Ok - I'm officially obsessed with Wild Poppy Goods. I want everything! And that's why I'm super excited to be teaming up with them today for Day 02 of Dream Shop Collective!

So here's what's going on: We're giving away a $100 value prize pack from Wild Poppy Goods Shop (see more details at the end of this post!). The prize pack includes everything you need to calm and beautify:

Herbivore Botanicals Coconut Milk Bath SoakSage BundleBaleen Wide Ear CuffVintage 1970s Woven Bag

Be sure to enter quick! Giveaway ends on Saturday, December 05, 2015 at 07:00 AM EST!

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In addition to all of the Dream Shop Collective Giveaways, each of the participating shops are also offering a 10% discount using the code "DREAMSHOPCOLLECTIVE" at checkout!

So of course, why not shop around a little? Check out some of my other favorite items from Wild Poppy Goods: from top to bottom: Herbivore Botanicals bath products / Brass stamped half cuff / Vintage brass goblets / Field bag delux / Dipped ceramic mug / 8 cup ceramic French Press in grey and white /

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Enter the Wild Poppy Goods giveaway below! And be sure to visit the Dream Shop Collective website!

Giveaways are open to US participants only. Gifts will be shipped within one week from the closing date of the giveaway and shipped by the applicable shop. This giveaway starts on Thursday, December 3, 2015 at 07:00 AM EST and ends on Saturday, December 5 at 07:00 AM EST.

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