Hello everyone, and welcome! I hope you had an enjoyable and relaxing weekend. We were able to visit with some of my husband’s family on Saturday, so that was really fun. His cousin has a baby just a couple months older than Davian, so it was really cute to see them interact with each other!!! She kept noticing his binky dangling from his clip and trying to put it in her mouth—babies just love to share. Speaking of sharing, I have a brand new freebie for you today: this lovely tree initial printable.
As you can probably tell from all my pictures, I LOVE wood textures! It just gives things that nice, rustic feel. So, today’s printable reflects that sense of nature, and mimics the idea of carving your initials into a tree. Since I’m somewhat of an environmentalist (I would love to classify myself as a full-fledged environmentalist, but I do use disposable diapers…sorry), I would never actually carve my initials into a tree, so this is a fun alternative!
If you and your hubby/boyfriend’s initials are not, in fact, ‘I’ and ‘M’, have no fear: these are editable! Here’s how to make it your own:
- Download the designs (click the button at the bottom)
- Open them up in Adobe Acrobat
- In whichever design you choose, click inside the blue box and type your initials (or whatever else you would like to put)*
- Save, and print!
LoriNovember 29, 2014 at 9:38 am (9 years ago)
I just found your website this morning via Pinteret, and love your designs. I have downloaded the wood carving and added my own initials, but cannot seem to get the blue box to go away.
Also, is there a way to change the font? The ‘Pompiere’ font downloaded with the zipped file.
MandeeNovember 29, 2014 at 1:26 pm (9 years ago)
I’m glad you like my designs. The blue box is just there to show you where the text area is, it won’t show up when you print. And you can change the font to whatever you would like. Here is a tutorial on how to do that: http://www.wikihow.com/Modify-Font-Properties-of-the-Text-in-a-PDF
Hope that helps!