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Free Printable || Autumnal Stitched Doilies

Friday, September 21st, 2012

Free Journaling Cards by Creativity PromptToday I am sharing a set of FREE autumnal stitched doilies journaling cards with you guys (for personal use only).

This set is color coordinated with my former ‘Hello Fall’ journaling cards. Also, if you prefer, there is a softer design of my stitched doilies journaling cards available for a free download.

To download it simply click on the image (or the link) and if it doesn’t work try to right-click on it and opt for the “save target as…” option (it may be phrased a bit differently on different operating systems – but do NOT opt for the “save image as” option, as you will get the low resolution tiny preview image).

I hope you like it and have lots and lots and lots of fun with it.

Make sure you didn’t miss the rest of the free printables on Creativity Prompt.

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Friday Freebie – Autumnal Journaling Tags

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Free Journaling Labels
This week I am sharing a set of FREE autumnal journaling tags with you guys (for personal use only).

If you are wondering what font I used for the word “Autumnal”, it’s MUTLU. Gorgeous, isn’t it?

To download it simply click on the image (or the link) and if it doesn’t work try to right-click on it and opt for the “save target as…” option (it may be phrased a bit differently on different operating systems – but do NOT opt for the “save image as” option, as you will get the low resolution tiny preview image).

I hope you like it and have lots and lots and lots of fun with it.

Make sure you didn’t miss the rest of the free printables on Creativity Prompt.

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Make Your Own Planner Workshop
Check out Creativity Prompt’s self paced workshop: “Capture Your Dream”. In this workshop you will capture, follow and make your dream come true as well as document your journey in a fabulous mixed media mini album.



Journaling Prompt – Record Your Fall Traditions

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Fall TraditionsRight now in some places the first signs of fall are budding. Some places are already in the midst of fall. In other places it isn’t fall at all. Some places have no fall…

Here at the Bay Area in California the mornings are chillier. The foliage has just started to lose its bright green sheen. When you stroll along the sidewalk you may even spot a fallen leaf or two. You may barely notice but the season is changing.

S l o w l y.

To seize the season this week’s journaling prompt is calling you to record your special fall traditions (or which ever season you experience now).

Is it “bathing” in colorful leaves?
Is it going to the pumpkin patch?
Is it sipping a venti pumpkin spice latte?
Is it cooking your first batch of soup?

What is it that you do when you wake up in the morning and notice the fall has arrived?

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Share your special fall traditions. (Share your recipes as well, if you mark the fall by cooking a special dish)
Is it fall where (and when…) you read this post?

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Journaling Prompt #25 – Get Inspired By The Fall And Shed YOUR Leaves

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008
the parade of autumn begins today
Image by Brian Hathcock via Flickr

The fall is a beautiful and colorful season. The leaves are turning a thousand shades of yellow and red and finally scattering around, getting blown by the wind of change. The trees are shedding their old leaves and getting ready to wear a new glorious foliage. You should do that to. Throw away your old “leaves” and make room for a new glorious coat.

For this week’s journaling prompt I ask you to list the leaves in your life that you would like to shed.

There are a few types of leaves you might consider to shed, hence several lists you might benefit from compiling:

  1. Memories. Some memories are important and should not be forgotten. Saying that, most negative or traumatic memories should be eliminated, as they are only weighing down on you. Make a list of all the traumatic memories you’d rather forget, then shred this list and make sure to shred your memories along with it (As far as it is possible for you. I would never assume it can be carried out in full and it’s definitely not going to be easy).
  2. Outlooks and tendencies. We all have lots of these poisoning thoughts and negative tendencies running around: self bashing, taking things personally, over analyzing, etc. Make a list of all of the outlooks and tendencies you’d like to shed out of your life.
  3. Frenemies. Do you have a friend that can be confused as an enemy? Do you hang out with someone that constantly makes you feel bad about yourself, your life or your friend’s negativity? This is the time to reconsider your friendship and make more time for your soul-mates.
  4. Material excess. List all the stuff that are cluttering your house and making your life more difficult. Strive for simplicity and make room for your new “coat” – make room for your life. While your at it, why don’t you try and think of a better home for each of the excess items and write it down next to it on the list.

After compiling these lists, you have already completed your first step towards a glorious new life.

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Do you have other list ideas? What is the first thing you’d like to shed from your life? Leave a comment and share your thoughts.

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