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Thank you for the love on my recent kitchen makeover reveal!! It was so much fun to such a thrill to be finished!

A lot of people have asked about the artwork on the clipboards, and I finally got it all ready to share with you. These kitchen printables really add a pop of color to what would otherwise have been a boring corner in my kitchen.



You can grab the two on the right over at Tatertots and Jello, where I shared them last month. The rest you can get by clicking on their images at the end of this post.

free kitchen printables


I’ve got even more printables to share as part of this collection. I will be sharing them very soon. But as a bonus today, I’ve also got this super helpful guide for halving a recipe. I don’t know about you, but sometimes a huge batch of cookies just isn’t needed (I know, it sounded silly in my head too, but bear with me). Sometimes you just need half of a recipe but it’s not easy too try and figure out all of those conversions in your head. So keep this hand chart in your kitchen, and you’ll never have to look it up!


How to Make Half a Recipe - Yellow Bliss Road


Wouldn’t this set make a fabulous Christmas gift? Place the printables in some frames and voila – you’ve got a nice cheery gift for a friend!

You can grab each of these printables by clicking on the individual images below.

whip itsir mix a lotbeat itHow to Make Half a Recipe - Yellow Bliss Roadpour some sugar on methis is how we roll












I love looking into my little nook and seeing these printables. I hope you will enjoy them too!



For more free printables, be sure to check these out:

I Love You More Than Candy Corn Printable

Free Candy Corn Printable

Free Printable Autumn Notecards - Great for sending notes, or even using as placecards!

Free Printable Thanksgiving Notecards

DIY Advent Calendar with free treat bag printables - Comes in red and green and includes advent activity cards!

Free Printable Advent Calender Countdown Kit

For all free printables, go HERE.

Kristin Maxwell

Kristin Maxwell is the creator and main recipe developer, writer, and photographer of Yellow Bliss Road. A self-taught cook and self-appointed foodie, she specializes in easy, flavorful and approachable recipes for any home cook.

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  1. Lauren says:

    I was interested in these kitchen printables, but I can’t seem to click on the Beat It one… is there another way to download that one? These are great, thanks so much!

    1. Kristin Maxwell says:

      Thanks for letting me know. It’s fixed now!

  2. Mary Lynn says:

    Thank you for the pintables. I love them and am planning to put them in a kitchen book for my daughter.

  3. Amal says:

    Hi can i use these printables for frames of size 8×10″ ?

    1. Kristin says:

      Yes that is the size.

  4. Whitney D says:

    I’ve actually got these printables in my own home. I just used dollar store black frames.

    1. Kristin says:

      Awesome, thanks for sharing a photo!

  5. Caroline says:

    Hi there! I was wondering if you could tell me the fonts that were used in these awesome kitchen images!
    I love them!

  6. Laura says:

    I just wanted to thank you for your song lyrics kitchen printables. I made my own graphics, but I would have never thought to without seeing yours first. So thanks for the inspiration. I linked your printables in my blog.

  7. meggiecat says:

    You have style! Thank you for these beauties.

  8. Brittany says:

    I absolutely love these! Like others, I had some problems at first, but the two on the left (that take you to a picture of the corner with all of them hanging) can be found on the other website. The “Beat it” one you just change the .jpg to .pdf (as others had said).

    I can’t wait to hang these up in my kitchen over the cupboards. Have you thought about adding to these? Maybe a “I like big bunts” with a bunt pan? I would love to have one of those and just don’t think I have the skill to do it myself.

  9. Colleen says:

    Thank you soooo much for sharing these! I appreciate your generosity!

  10. Wayney says:

    The only one I had ANY problem getting was the Beat it one. Kept getting an error message that something was wrong with the file. Then I noticed the link said it was a jpg while the others were all pdf so I opened the link as typed, changed jpg to pdf and had no problem downloading it either. I figured I’d mention this on the off chance anyone else had trouble with that one.

    1. Jamie says:

      Thank you for the tip, I did just as you said and it worked perfectly!

  11. Amanda says:

    Having the same problem as the others…

  12. Gigi says:

    Hello Kristin — these printables are absolutely adorable but I, as Kirstin, am having the same problem and cannot download the Pour Some Sugar on Me and This is how we Roll printables. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Be blessed!

  13. Kirstin says:

    These are the absolute cutest!

    I am having trouble being able to get the “This is how we roll” and “Pour some sugar on me” printables. When I click on each of them they both take me to the photo of your pretty kitchen where each is on a clipboard.

    Am I doing this wrong? lol


  14. Jenny says:

    These are so cute! I love the half a recipe measurement conversion printable the most!
    Jenny @ renovardesign.