I have been creating homekeeping printables for years and have been selling them for nearly 7 years in my Etsy shop, Clean Mama Printables. I’ve simplified and streamlined what I offer quite a bit – come see and keep reading for tips and FAQs!
Homekeeping Foundations Kit – this kit is a stand-alone home management binder. This kit is fillable/editable, has color-coded sections, and can be printed in one click.
The Homekeeping Foundations Kit includes the all essentials of a home management binder in an adorable and functional format. As a bonus, it’s also fillable so you can type in your information.
The Everyday Line (signature aqua + black) – kits and planners (all printables in this line come in STANDARD letter size and HALF SIZE). This line is simple and highly functional – each kit can be purchased individually OR as a complete kit at a discount.
A couple other favorites?
I also have the HOMEKEEPING SOCIETY – a monthly essentials subscription. This is perfect for you if you like something new every month. All the printables are fresh and new with seasonal colors and themes. There is a digital AND printed for you version – click on the image below for more info.
I also have oodles of FREE homekeeping printables as well – go here to check them out.
Helpful printable posts you might be interested in:
- How to make a cleaning planner
- How to make a discbound planner
- How to combine your planner and homekeeping binder
- How to resize printables
- How to print 2+ PDFs on one page
- How to make a recipe binder
Some of my favorite planner products:
- HP Premium Choice Laser Paper – 32 lb.
- Epson Workforce printer
- Staples ARC System Desktop Punch – this works great – I love that I can pop pages in and out with ease
- Martha Stewart Discbound Notebook– I used 9×12 in the pictures, but I also have the 6×9 size and I love that to! Staples also has an M by Staples ARC planner that works great.)
- Martha Stewart Discbound Accessories– I use the pockets and the dividers
- Staples Stickies 1″ Durable Tabs
Some Helpful Printable Tips:
- Did you know that if you have a tablet, like an iPad you can use printables paperless with an app like Notability that lets you digitally write on your pdfs? If you have a Kindle you can use Note Everything for a similar result.
- Most of my printables are formatted for 8.5×11 (the Streamlined Life Kits and the Everyday Line come in both standard and half size) and aren’t designed to be reduced unless you have a printer that can accommodate – here are two posts that give a little more explanation. RESIZING 2+ TO A PAGE Try it out with a free printable or two and see if your printer accommodates.
- You need Adobe Reader to access the printables. Make sure that you have the most updated version – FREE – here:
- If the printables still look funky, make sure you don’t have them in ‘preview’. Some platforms default to ‘preview’ instead of Adobe Reader.
I use zip files as an easy way to save printables in a ‘folder’ that takes up less space on your computer. Not sure how to open a ZIP file?
- PC – right click on the folder and select open – you should see the digital items in an open folder. Save to your computer or cloud storage and enjoy!
- MAC – save the zip to your desktop or downloads folder. Double click on the zip file and it should automatically extract the files. If it doesn’t automatically extract/open, open with your zip application or converter.
- iPad – download WinZip from the app store (free) and then open in iBooks or Kindle App or alternatively you can open the zip on a computer and attach and email the pdfs to yourself and open and read using your favorite app on your device.