Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Free Printable: Girl Scouts Lined Stationery

Hi everyone!! A lot of what I share with you are printables that I create and use for my own troop.  Last night, our troop wrote letters to a Daisy troop in preparation for our upcoming joint meeting as part of our bridging requirement.  So of course I had to make a fun stationery for the letters;)  Hope you can use it as well!!




In order to keep these printables FREE, I do not offer edits or customization. However, please visit my Etsy shop for customization inquiries and quotes!

For your personal or troop use only.

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4 comments:

  1. Hello Thank you for creating such awesome things to help GS parents out. I wanted to check and see if this would be able to be typed into. When your kid has 60 lighters to write its easier if she can type in it.

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    Kerri

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    1. Hi Kerri! Here is a link to the JPG files that you can import into Word (or whatever program you use for documents). Then you can type into it. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Dgza_Quib4i2-uvy2cEawcUnJpsbnl5r?usp=sharing. Hope that helps! :)Jamie

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  2. Jaime

    I tried to import it into word and all I get is a bunch of little squares that show up on the page. Is there a way it can be a PDF so it maybe easier to import I'm not good with using all these programs.

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    Kerri

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    1. Hi Kerri! First open a new blank Word document. Then go up to Insert/Pictures/Picture from file. Insert the stationery. Then you'll be able to add a text box or just type over it. (A PDF will not allow for typing into it, but the links to the PDF files are at the top of this page.) :) Jamie

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