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Weekly Wrap Up + Free Designer Organizer Label Downloads!

by Grace Bonney


Today may be the first day of February, but it’s still part of the last week of January, so I wanted to end this week with a little gift from the D*S team: custom organizing labels! I asked four of my favorite illustrators, Lisa CongdonYelena Bryksenkova, Caitlin Keegan and Ashley G to create custom labels that D*S readers could easily download, print on blank sticker paper and use however you need! Staying organized and keeping cleaning-related New Year’s Resolutions can be enough of a challenge, so it never hurts to have something cute to keep you motivated. Each of these talented women has created a page of labels on which you can write dates, names and other information and place on anything you need to organize: files, boxes, bins, papers, etc. I’m so excited to use these on my inspiration image folders; they could definitely use a little help in the organization department. Thanks so much to Lisa, Yelena, Caitlin and Ashley for contributing these designs. I hope you enjoy them! I’m signing off for the weekend. I hope you all enjoy the big game, and we’ll see you on Monday! xo, grace

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:



*You can download all of the full-sized labels after the jump! Please note: All of these label downloads are for personal use only.

Free Downloadable Organizing Labels!

Just print each page of labels onto blank sticker paper in standard 8.5″ x 11″ size.

*These files are between 500k and 2MB in size, so please give them a moment to load.*

 

Please note: All of these label downloads are for personal use only.

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