PLEASE NOTE: UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD ANY PORTION OF THIS BOOK BE DOWNLOADED AND SOLD FOR PROFIT. The content of the book is copyrighted intellectual property and offered solely here for free download and personal use exclusively.
**PLEASE READ: Update 3/13/13. The link to download the file is here. And enjoy the new, upgraded photos of the booklet! Also, a few pointers for printing and using the template follow below.
- The template prints best if you actually download it and print from a Preview program. Choose Print Options, then under Scale, select “Fit to Page” for the best results.
- The pages are not out of order. If you are printing at home, print out the page with the car on it, then on the back of that same sheet print the front cover of the booklet (ensuring that it doesn’t end up upside-down). Next, print out the page with the cake on it, and on the back of that same sheet, print out the tic-tac-toe page.
**PLEASE READ: Update 3/20/12. The link to the file is right here; there is no need to ask for it to be emailed to you (although I welcome your comments and love to know that you’re using the project!). In addition, Liebe Erika can be found for purchase here. I cannot, however, send you the font, as it is designed, sold, and owned by someone else. Thank you!
Happy Wednesday, Lovelies! Have I got a present for you! Mr. Lovely and I realized the other day that our wedding is going to be chock full of kiddos, and we didn’t have anything fun for them to do. So I sat right down and started drawing, and ended up with a little activity book that I think they (and you!) are going to love. And you can print it out for free — just because I like you.
All you have to do is click here for the PDF file, hit print, and go make some copies! You’ll have to do a little double-sided action to make the order of the book right, but you get the idea. For a fancy finish, get some baker’s twine, punch two holes in the spine of the book, string the twine through from the inside, and tie a little bow on the outside. Set out some crayons and pencils at your kid table, and they’ll have a ball. Have fun, Lovelies! xoxo