Feeling a little uneasy lately? A little anxious? A little loss of control? These types of feelings are absolutely normal during these times of overwhelm and uncertainties. And it’s the exact reason why it helped for me to create these Social Distancing Printables for you all.
Why did I make Social Distancing Printables
The idea of creating Social Distancing Printables stemmed from the feeling and importance of protecting my Parents who are in their 80’s and have a serious underlying health issue. I am fortunate to have them only a few miles away.
Sometimes situations will happen whether you are right next door to your loved ones or 1,000 miles away.
Sometimes a “not” ideal situation will happen even when only goodwill was intended. I can imagine this is going on all over our country! BUT it only takes ONE oops to occur to possibly endanger our loved ones.
Yes, it is definitely OK and even encouraged to help our fellow Americans. We just need to do it in a way that is responsible and keeps all of our loved ones healthy and safe.
Proper Social Distancing is a responsible action. This is why I thought these Front Door Social Distancing Printables could help.
In addition to a friendly reminder to whoever comes to our loved one’s doors, it helps remind even some of our elders who may forget the 6 ft rule suggestion.
Plus it helps remind our younger generation who may not realize just how important it is right now to Socially Distance even with our neighbors and loved ones.
How did I make these Front Door Printables
Hey! In case you want to let your creative juices flow and make your own printables, I wanted to share which methods I used for these four designs.
- Microsoft PowerPoint via Office 365 saved as a .pdf
- Canva (has a free and paid version) saved as a .pdf
In addition, there are many applications to create printables. Just to name a few more:
- Pic Monkey
- Google Docs
- Microsoft Word
- Adobe Illustrator
What if I don’t have a printer? You can always draw one out on paper or let your kids draw one for you!
Cricut File instead of a Social Distancing Printable?
Use any color paper or vinyl you like and put a solid color behind it!
Video of Cricut Social Distancing Front Door Sign
Download FREE Social Distancing Printables
Click on the picture to download each file below
In case you are wondering, I laminated my social distancing printables signs 2X2 for a total of 2 signs which I can flip over or switch to the other one! Hung with a beautiful white twisty tie after I did a hole punch at the top ☺
You can also use a page protector or a contact type paper from the Dollar type store! Variety is inspiring!
I can’t wait to see your pictures! Use the link above!
Please email this blog post to anyone you know who may want these free printables. Use the envelope icon at the top or bottom of this blog post. ✔
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