May 2016 Produce Printable

(Last Updated On: May 1, 2016)

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Hello, my name is Donna, Eric’s wife! I have been helping out with Eat Like No One Else behind the scenes since day one. Each month we collaborate on a project for passionate planners! For those who don’t know, there is a big wide world of people who LOVE paper planners and decorating them for beauty and function. Be careful, once you taste and see, you might become addicted like I did! I host a large and rapidly growing group on Facebook called Happy Planner Free Printables to Share . We are a community of creators who enjoy making stickers and decorations for our planners that can be printed out and affixed inside.

I will be creating a special kit for each month of the year that will include a list of the best produce to buy during that month at your local grocery store or farmer’s market. It is sized specifically for the Happy Planner by Me and My Big Ideas (You can purchase the Happy Planner by clicking here) but it can be used for a wide variety of paper planners on the market. This document can be printed and cut out for you to use in your planner for free! To get the free download link all you need to do is sign up for the Eat Like No One Else email subscription below. You will be sent a confirmation e-mail. Confirm your subscription and then click continue to our website for the page where you can download the printables. I hope you all enjoy this new project, I know I had fun creating it. Happy Planning!

This month’s planner printable has a garden theme including a complete set of kawaii fruit and veggie stickers. Your planner will be ready for garden season in May. Included at the end of the printable are 4 seed packet tags, perfect for laminating and adding in your garden to mark where you’ve planted!

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Here is more information about some of the features in this month’s printable –

What Part of a Ramp Do You Eat

Ramps
Asparagus
Red Velvet Apricots
Spring Snow Peaches

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