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Make It Look Good! Editable Organizational Freebie

  1. Jenna says:

    Thanks for thinking up! This is wonderful! If you’re organized NOW, that’s a good trend for when you have your own speech room!

  2. CC says:

    These are awesome!!!

  3. Mary says:

    I’m impressed with how organized you are! It will make organizing your caseload a lot easier when you get out in the field!

  4. Kristen says:


    I LOVE your freebies! I downloaded the binder cover etc but when I added Text to the one I picked out it won’t let me add Text larger than 24 font in adobe? I tried converting it to a word doc so that I could add a text box and its password protected. Is there a way around this? I would love a large cute girly font because I don’t like my handwriting enough to write it in. 🙂 Thanks again!


  5. Alex says:

    I downloaded this file but I’m unable to add text any bigger than a size 24 because it’s password protected. Do you know of any way around this?

  6. M says:

    LOVE the binder cover and matching pages.
    Quick question…. I noticed all the other pages, like the ‘To-Do’, ‘My schedule’, and ‘Week at a Glance’ are all outlined in the teal/aqua color.
    Do you have any that are outlined in the pink color instead? I didn’t see them when I downloaded your file and just wanted to check because I absolutely LOVE the gray and pink together!

  7. Bobbie says:

    Hi! Your binder covers & spines are adorable! What program do you use to create them?? THANKS!!

  8. Candice says:

    Hi, I downloaded the freebie. I am extremely excited about this as I attempt to become more organized 🙂
    When I try to enter any text it won’t let me…any suggestions?

  9. Tamara says:

    I LOVE your binder covers and organization! It says that you can type on the cover what you want, but it won’t let me do it unless I have a version of Adobe that I have to pay for. Is there a way that you could send me one that isn’t protected?

  10. Julia says:

    Awesome and cute designs but how am I supposed to add text and also what are the name/names of the different fonts that you used throughout the version that is online on your store?? Thanks! 🙂

    • Natalie says:

      I added text in Adobe Reader. If you click Fill & Sign on the upper right corner, there is an option to add text. Hope this helps:)

  11. Kelsey says:

    This is just what I need! Thank you so much! It only took me 4 years of college to figure out I need something like this. You are a life saver. =)

  12. Natalie says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this free printable! This is the second year I’m using it for my school binder.

  13. shari says:

    Exactly what I needed! Thank you!

  14. Renee says:

    HI i really love you’re designs, they are amazing! I was just wondering what font you used when you edited them in adobe reader

    • Shannon says:

      I’m honestly not sure of the specific font (sorry!) but I do know it’s something from Kimberly Geswein fonts (available for free for personal use on TpT).

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  17. Lindsay says:

    Hi! I love the binder covers but it won’t let me edit the pdf in order to add text to personalize it. It says I need to enter a password to unlock the file…what do you suggest? also what font did you use?

  18. T Lewis says:

    Hi! I love how organized yet cute everything is! How did you make first template the my schedule daily/weekly template? I simply just need one for my college classes and I’ve had trouble making my own on websites and such lol. Yours is perfect for mine, but wanted to make a few adjustments. Thanks!

  19. Sandra says:

    Thank you! This is EXACTLY what I was looking for!

  20. Lizzy says:

    Hey these are amazing. Question how wide are the inserts for the spine of the binders?

  21. Rykki Kriner says:

    I’m very grateful about the free download, there is only one size foe the spine though. do you have a way to make it smaller or have a 1/2″ spine cover?

    • Shannon says:

      Not at this time, however I hope to update it in the future! When I used these on smaller binders, I just trimmed them more narrow!

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