Free Printable – Motivational Words For Starting Your Day Right

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I think we can all use a positive message to start every day off on the right foot.  Don’t you agree?

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I love having these simple, motivational words displayed where that I can read them every single day!  The words remind me of everything that’s important for me to focus on as I go throughout my day.

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I know that many of you feel the same way, so I turned this reminder into an 8 x 10 printable that you can download for free and print for displaying in your own home.  You can print this on regular printer paper and then simply cut as needed to fit into your frame.

Click HERE to subscribe and be able to download the 8 x 10 version.

What I was really after though, was a large piece of art to go above the bench in my breakfast room.  I searched everywhere for a large piece, but everything that I liked was out of my price range.  So….I gave up and decided to create my own!

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I know that not everyone will want a piece of art this large, so as I was creating this printable, I went ahead and created it in two sizes – one to fit an 8 x 10 picture frame and the other so that you can create your own piece of large wall art, if that’s something you’re looking for.

SIDE NOTE: If this exact size of the large print doesn’t exactly fit your wall frame, the office supply store should be able to resize it for you.  We tried numerous sizes at my store and the font never became distorted.

As much as I love the smaller size for a tabletop display, this prominent piece catches everyone’s eye and I absolutely love it when someone stops to read!


You can snag the your preferred size of the downloadable print by clicking HERE to subscribe or click this button:

If you’re already a subscriber, just click the printable library link, that’s at the bottom of all my emails and use the password that’s also at the bottom of all of my emails.


Obviously, I couldn’t print such a large piece at home, so I downloaded the print to a thumbdrive (also known as a usb drive) and took it to my local office supply store for printing.  I use FedEx for my printing, but you should also be able to get this done at Staples or Office Depot.

Your office supply store may also have the ability to download the image to their website for printing instead of downloading it to a thumbdrive, if that’s the way you’d prefer to go.  I like going to the store to have it done so that I can preview it before they print it.

I tried mounting the large print to a piece of foam board using ModPodge, but it didn’t work well.  I wound up with a huge amount of wrinkling and air bubbles that I wasn’t able to get out.

So, I paid extra to have my office supply store mount and laminate it for me.  The lamination kept me from having to use a piece of glass in the frame.  It cost a few dollars more, but was well worth it!


Another option, that I wish I had thought of at the time, is to mount it using repositionable spray adhesive.  Not sure if it would work or not, but it probably would have been worth a try!

Click HERE to subscribe and be able to download the large version.

Free 'Each Day' Printable suitable for oversize art

I hope you love this idea as much as I do!  Do you have any favorite motivational words that you like to focus on everyday?

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  1. Nancy Carroll says:

    Oh it’s perfect Suzy!! You can even pull it up to the table when needed for extra seating! And your oversized print is just awesome!!

  2. Bravo for posting it despite the visible flaws! Most of us do not live in picture-perfect homes, but they are home and posts like this reinforce that none of us have a pinterest-worthy life all the time. It is too easy to feel inferior when we are constantly bombarded with blog posts of perfect homes. Real life is messy and a bit unfinished sometimes…it is refreshing to see that things can still be beautiful despite the imperfections. Just one more reason I love your blog! The sign is great.

    1. You’re so right, Melissa. You won’t believe how long I debated with myself before posting a photo showing an unpainted/unfinished wall. But in the end, I decided that it’s important to me to keep things real (as much as I can!). None of us needs the added stress of comparison! Thank you so, so much for stopping by.

  3. Barb @ The Everyday Home says:

    I adore your bench and remember it well from your old house. It looks great here and your printable is perfect. I just can’t wait to see our new home but most of all I can’t wait to see YOU again. Its been too long and I miss you. 🙂 xxoo

  4. Suzy,
    I just love this seating area. I can’t believe those pillows came from Walmart. Thanks for the printable and the instructions on blowing it up for wall art! Here’s to a fabulous 2015!

  5. Very cute! Did you make the cushion on the bench?

    1. Hi MaryBeth. No, I didn’t make the cushion – I was too lazy. It came from At Home (formerly Garden Ridge).

  6. Wondering what kind of paint you used on your fireplace?

    1. Hi Patricia. Our fireplace is painted with just plain old white interior latex in a semi gloss finish. I didn’t prime it first, but I did try white washing it with a coat of watered-down white paint to see if I would like the white wash finish. So – you may need more than one coat to completely cover the brick.

  7. Susan Allen says:

    Suzy, I love your style and look forward to seeing your emails on decorating ideas. I love to decorate my home and you are a wonderful inspiration. Thank you for your good taste and simple ideas.

  8. Can I ask how you made the printable to take to kinkos? I want to have some custom text/words printed on paper that large and I can’t figure out how to get the into a photo image to print at kinkos. Any advice would be helpful.

    1. Hi Daphanie. I created the printable that I wanted in PicMonkey, using their Design option where you can create any size image that you want. PicMonkey wouldn’t allow me to create one as large as the one on my wall, but Kinkos was able to enlarge it to the size that I needed to fit that frame. I loaded my saved image onto a thumb drive and took it them. They loaded it onto their computer and were able to show me a preview of what it would look like before actually printing. It’s hard to explain exactly, but I hope this helps!