So you’ve downloaded a fabulous printable and you’re ready to get organized.
But before you dive in, I’m going to share some supplies that highly recommend when using printables to get organized.
1. Printer, Ink & Paper
Naturally, the first thing you need to print off your stuff is a printer with ink. Honestly, most printers will do fabulously.
Overview The Canon PIXMA TR4527 wireless all-in-one inkjet printer tackles office printing, scanning, and faxing tasks without taking up too much space.
I do however, recommend having heavy card stock on hand to print. It can be super duper handy when printing out things you want to be more sturdy. heavy card stock.
The smooth texture and crisp bright white color of our 90 lb cardstock produces high resolution images and prints for attention-getting and professional documents
2. Cutting Board or Scissors
As someone who likes clean and straight cuts, but can’t always manage that with scissors…I love my craft paper cutter. Make trimming up chore cards, bookmarks etc super easy.
3. Personal Laminator & Laminator Sheets
Instead of constantly reprinting printables, many printables (like chore charts) are reusable when laminated.
I honestly use my laminator at least once a week for something or other. Awesome for cleaning checklists, chore charts, and other printables that can be checked off and then erased.
Our easy-to-use machines produce high-quality lamination, so you can feel conﬁdent laminating recipe cards, photos, important or frequently handled documents, arts & crafts, and more.
3 mil pouches offer basic document protection for everyday laminating uses. Recommended for your child's artwork, labeling, organizational printables, charts, and reference materials.
4. Dry-Erase Markers
Once laminated, use a fine-tipped dry erase maker to write, check, or cross off!
Use Expo dry erase markers to track, schedule and present your point in a brilliant fashion. Intense, bold colors take center stage even from a distance.
5. 3-Ring Binder
For planning, organizing, and budgeting printables, I highly recommend organizing your printables in 3 ring binders.
Perfect for organizing your printables!
6. Tab Dividers
Don’t forget tab dividers to organize your 3-rings binders. I love theses pocket dividers that can keep loose papers organized.
Organize your printables in your binders with these handy tab dividers. The pockets are awesome for storing loose papers and keeping your binder tidy and keeping you organized.