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2016 album + journaling card printable.

Posted on: Friday, January 29, 2016

Ann-Marie Loves | 2016 Album x Free Journaling Card Printable

My list of current obsessions is pretty all-encompassing except I forgot one crucial item: my new Minc foil applicator machine. You guys, I am in love with that thing. I made a calendar and then I decided that I wanted to make journaling cards for my 2016 album using the rose gold foil. I always love when I look back on lists of past obsessions, so this time I made a page featuring not only my own things, but John’s and Briar’s as well.

Ann-Marie Loves | 2016 Album x Free Journaling Card Printable

I used the six pocket page protector from BasicGrey to house photos of each of us and our corresponding journaling cards and then embellished with a few strips of washi tape and enamel dots from Pebbles. It was such a quick and easy page (ten minutes tops), but I have a feeling it will be fun to look back on it in the future!

Ann-Marie Loves | 2016 Album x Free Journaling Card Printable

Also, I’m just now realizing that we are all wearing glasses in our photos…ha!

Ann-Marie Loves | 2016 Album x Free Journaling Card Printable

The list for Briar could go on and on! It could include but should not be limited to: “passing out unlimited dog treats to Grandma’s and Grandpa’s dogs, climbing (and then standing) on every high surface possible, waving and saying “bye bye!” to any and all moving vehicles, and carrying around items that are way bigger than my tiny body should be able to hold.” I love that crazy-haired seventeen month old…

P.S. I made a PDF of three 3 x 3″ cards and three 3 x 4″ cards that can be printed out many times and most importantly, run through a Minc! You can download the PDF here!

autumn bucket list printable.

Posted on: Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Ann-Marie Loves | Free Autumn Bucket List Printable

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Even though Southern California is still weeks away from really getting into the fall weather spirit (insert all the crying face emojis here), it’s never too early to start planning out all the fun things that autumn has in store for us! I mean, give me pumpkin-flavored everything and I’ll happily turn on the A/C and pretend all is right in the world ;)

Today I’m excited to be sharing an Autumn Bucket List printable, in partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts. I love to daydream about all the goodness that my favorite season has to offer, including creating Briar’s Halloween costume (so fun!), making an excellent autumn-inspired playlist, and finding that elusive perfect fall candle (any suggestions?). I’m also determined to make this the year that I really master the art of (mostly) healthy comfort food cooking + baking. What’s on your bucket list?

pantry labels for emma magazine.

Posted on: Thursday, December 4, 2014

Pantry Labels designed by Ann-Marie Espinoza for Emma Magazine

Is it just me or is this week flying right on by? One minute it’s Thanksgiving and the next, we’re knee-deep in Christmas and holiday shopping and cold season (I may or may not have driven to my parents yesterday morning just so I could pass Briar to my mom and sleep off my cold!) (Thanks Mom!). But really, it’s my favorite season (cold or no cold) and I love every minute of the whirlwind!

In other news, I designed a set of pantry label printables for Emma Magazine a few months back and was so excited to see them on their blog yesterday. Download away, my friends! Happy Thursday!

 

workspace wednesday | free project list printable.

Posted on: Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Free Project List Printable | Designed by Ann-Marie Loves

At any given point in time, I have an ongoing list of a million and one projects that I want to accomplish, like, yesterday. While some of them can be achieved in a single step, others take several steps to finish. So instead of writing “decorate the nursery” on my to-do list day after day, knowing full-well that it will never to be crossed off, I’ve created a free printable that turns big projects into bite-size tasks.

 Free Project List Printable | Designed by Ann-Marie Loves

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Free Project List Printable | Designed by Ann-Marie Loves

P.S. I talk at greater length about the idea of breaking down projects into manageable chunks and include a more comprehensive list printable in my e-course “Make It Happen!”

baby album | part nine | new printables for sale!

Posted on: Friday, June 6, 2014

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

Happy Friday! Today I have two new pages from my baby album as well as two new printables in my shop to share! First up: the baby album progress…

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

For the first page, I used a hot pink sheet of paper from BG’s Highline collection and then embellished it with a gold feather, a phrase die cut, candy buttons,  yellow washi tape, and aqua washi tape, which I then tucked into a full-size page protector. I also used the dotted lines on my “Kindly Send To” stamp to create a textured look across the background paper.

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

For the second page, I used a 3 x 3″ Capture divided page protector to house my 20, 25, and 30 week bump shots. I also used my new 52 Weeks Journaling Card printables trimmed down to 3 x 3″ (I just trimmed a half inch off the top and a half inch off the bottom to make it work). You can read more about these printables below!

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

P.S. The jump in bump size from 25 weeks to 30 weeks? WHOA BABY. (Terrible pun intended.)

 

New Printables at Ann-Marie Loves Paper! | annmarielovespaper.bigcartel.com

 

This week has been one the more productive weeks that I’ve had in awhile, and as a result, I was able to crank out printables for both scrapbooking + pregnancy alike. Here are my two latest designs:

Pregnancy Week-by-Week Journaling Card Printables | annmarielovespaper.bigcartel.com
Pregnancy Week-by-Week Journaling Card Printables | annmarielovespaper.bigcartel.com
Pregnancy Week-by-Week Journaling Card Printables | annmarielovespaper.bigcartel.com

Pregnancy Week-by-Week Printables. I’ve been meaning to design these for quite some time, but I guess 8 months in as good a time as any, right? (Ha!) This set of printables includes 39 multi-colored cards (1 for each week of pregnancy, from week 4 to week 43), sized at 4.25 x 6.75.” They are perfect for weekly bump photos or even as inserts in a scrapbook or baby album! The best part of all is that if you don’t want them to be printed in color, you can always change your printer settings to black and white for a more uniform look.

52 Weeks Journaling Card Printables | annmarielovespaper.bigcartel.com
52 Weeks Journaling Card Printables | annmarielovespaper.bigcartel.com

52 Weeks Journaling Card Printables. This pack of printables features 52 journaling cards: 1 for each week of the year. Each card is 3 x 4,” making it perfect for memory-keeping systems such as Capture or Project Life. These printables can also be used for documenting a pregnancy, as you can see by my baby album pages above :)

summer bucket list printable.

Posted on: Monday, May 26, 2014

Free Summer Bucket List Printable | Ann-Marie Loves

Happy Memorial Day! As the unofficial first day of summer, I thought it was the perfect time to share a fun printable to celebrate plans for the season. Right now, my summer agenda is very much segmented into “before baby” and “after baby,” with the former being far more full and organized than the latter. I’m trying to squeeze as much work, as much alone time with my husband, and as many naps as possible in (sometimes twice a day!) before a tiny little human arrives and changes everything. I’m making a conscious effort to keep the weeks and months that follow her arrival as plan-free as possible. Unless it’s work-related or a once in a lifetime experience, everything else will be a game time decision ;)

Free Summer Bucket List Printable | Ann-Marie Loves

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While historically, summer isn’t in my top three seasons, something tells me that 2014 just might be the year it breaks through and tops my list!

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P.S. 20% off all items (excluding sale) in my shop until Tuesday 5/27 at 11:59pm PST!

baby album | part six (and free printable!).

Posted on: Friday, May 2, 2014

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

This week has been busy, busy, busy, but I did manage to crank out a single spread for my ongoing baby album (albeit, on the floor of our impossibly messy office / nursery) (lord help us).

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

For the first page, I designed a list of journaling prompts in Illustrator and then sized it down to fit on the backside of the previous page. When I can’t find what I’m looking for, I just design it myself! The gold heart and arrow were cut out with my Cameo onto adhesive-backed gold foil paper. (The “04” stands for the month of April, in case you were wondering.)

P.S. Ignore the “healthy + happiness” in the last line of journaling. I promise I am grammatically proficient! ;)

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

You can download your own set of journaling prompts right here!

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

For the second page, I used a sheet of pink patterned paper from a Studio Calico add on kit as my background and then added a large photo of my 25 week striped baby bump and a handful of other papers + embellishments, including yellow and aqua washi tapes, a BasicGrey gold feather, and one of the badges I designed for Scrapbook and More.

Baby Album | Ann-Marie Espinoza

As usual, I adhered the dimensional elements directly on top of the page protector. While it won’t make for easy photographing of the next page (ha!), it’s much easier to do it this way than to try and fit everything into the tight real estate of the plastic sleeve.

With only a few days left before I enter the third trimester (?!?!), I’ve finally decided how I want to design her “baby book.” I haven’t fleshed anything out yet, but I can tell you that it will be pretty untraditional in the sense that it won’t exactly be a book. Ahhh, I can’t wait to get started! :)

In case you missed it: Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four | Part Five

workspace wednesday | to-do list printables.

Posted on: Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Free To-Do List Printables | Ann-Marie Loves

This week my motivation has been, umm…nonexistent? Between warmer weather, a seemingly never-ending to-do list, and a baby that provides endless entertainment with her constant swift kicks, let’s just say I am in need of serious FOCUS. So! I figured I would put off my to-do list just a little bit longer (ironic, much?) and design some new printables featuring some of my favorite quotes from my “Agree” board.

Free To-Do List Printables! | Ann-Marie Loves

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Free To-Do List Printables! | Ann-Marie Loves

Wednesday, you’re looking better and better already ;)

P.S. There are more free printables for the taking!

P.P.S. You can hear the conversation I had with my good friend (and blogging idol!) Elise on this week’s episode of her new podcast!

workspace wednesday | today printable.

Posted on: Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Today List | Free Printable | Ann-Marie Loves

Lately I’ve been on a major goal-setting kick. I start everyday with my pen + notebook and jot down everything I want to achieve in the hours that lie before me. Whether it’s a work assignment, an exercise, or a new recipe, it gets written out and (hopefully) crossed off. So after filling up an entire notebook with lists, I decided to create my own set of printables that will help keep me accountable and on track, day after day.

Today List | Free Printable | Ann-Marie Loves

You can download your own list HERE! Happy goal setting!

P.S. I also created free To-Do List and Editorial Calendar printables!

workspace wednesday | to-do list printable

Posted on: Wednesday, June 12, 2013

To-Do List Printable | Ann-Marie Loves Paper
Every morning, I like to begin my day by brewing some coffee and jotting down my to-do list. Whether or not I actually accomplish everything on my list is sort of beside the point. I do it mainly just to get all my thoughts + assignments out of my brain and simply put a nice pen to well-designed paper. I mean, is that too much to ask for?

To-Do List Printable | Ann-Marie Loves Paper

So of course, it was only a matter of time before I made my own to-do list form! I like to print these on the back of scratch paper or anything that I have lying around – no need to bust out the fancy cardstock! You can download these lists HERE. Enjoy!

P.S. If you’re looking for an inexpensive pen with great flow + the ability to erase (mind-blowing, I tell you!), I highly recommend stocking up on the Pilot FriXion!

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