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Free A5 weekly planner pdf

Free A5 weekly planner pdf

Happy New Year!! Here is another set for the matching A5 set. A whopping 122 pages big! So be careful that this file will need some paper. I suggest printing on nice thick paper, double sided and punch your custom binder holes. The colorful design is part of a themed set that includes, Calendar, Notes and Weekly inserts.

I also have some matching sets that you can buy on our Etsy shop. Link in main menu under Store.

I use to sell hard copies of this file on the shop but wanted to upload more templates. If you guys find this useful and would like more templates, let me know! If you use these, be sure to post the pics on Instagram on how you customized them using #mindspeaks.

 

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A5weekly.pdf (334 downloads)

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mijaMIJA VERA - (view all posts by Mija)
Mija has been a designer for the last 15 years. She is a paper obsessed fiend and loves working on new projects while listening to her kids and Maine Coon cat chatter around the house. You can email her at mija@mind-speaks.com

Daily Fall Planner Download

Daily Fall Planner Download

Hey guys!

I wanted to drop a free template for download. It’s a daily planner page, you can add your tasks, goals, food and water intake. There is also a section for notes. I made the page on US Letter size, with fall colors. Crop marks and bleed added to cut down.

If you like items like this, please let us know with a comment and we can add more downloadable goodies! Free download below.

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daily-planner.pdf (407 downloads)

This post was written by:

mijaMIJA VERA - (view all posts by Mija)
Mija has been a designer for the last 15 years. She is a paper obsessed fiend and loves working on new projects while listening to her kids and Maine Coon cat chatter around the house. You can email her at mija@mind-speaks.com

Pan Dulce Marranitos Recipe

Pan Dulce Marranitos Recipe

Hi Guys! If you’ve been on our blog before or visiting us for the first time after our live webinar with HISD ROSES – welcome! I am posting today to share a recipe on how to make some Mexican gingerbread sweets called marranitos!
These are a staple in Mexican cuisine, and we grew up eating these all the time. Here is the recipe I use for these amazing sweets!

Ingredients

Tools

  • Cookie Cutter (Doesn’t have to be a pig one!)
  • A baking cookie sheet with parchment paper
  • A mixer or spatula
  • A large mixing bowl
  • A rolling pin

Instructions

1. Set your oven at 350°F. Take your bowl, add sugar and room temperature butter together. Mix using either a mixer or a spatula, until it looks white and creamy.

2. Next, scrap the sides of the bowl and add your egg, milk, molasses and vanilla.

3. Then, add your all purpose flour, ginger, cinnamon, baking soda till the dough starts to form. You may need to add milk if the dough feels dry.

4. Take half of the dough and roll with your rolling pin until it is 1/2 inch thick. Use your favorite cookie cutter and cut out your shapes! Place on the cookie sheet.

5. Cover each cut out with an egg wash. Break an egg and take a spoon or pastry brush and lightly coat the cut out. This is how the you achieve that golden shine!

6. Bake for 12-15 minutes. Depending on your cookie cutter size you may need more time. Make sure the middle of the treat is firm.

 

You can download the recipe PDF here.

marranitos-recipe.pdf (508 downloads)

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katKAT VERA - (view all posts by Kat)
Kat is a lead pastry chef. When she isn’t in the kitchen she’s traveling space and time with Doctor Who and solving mysteries with Sherlock. Email her at kat@mind-speaks.com