Welcome to Day 7 of ‘31 Days of Homemaking Printables‘ series.

In my contact section of my home management binder, I print out a list of all the names, addresses and phone numbers from my Windows contacts list. This makes it easy to write out a quick note or address invitations, rather than having look each one up on the computer. Plus, I like to have a back up in case something happens to the computer.  I place this printed list behind my utility contact numbers list.

Today’s printable is a cute way to record any contact information you need. You could even print these out and bind them to make your own address book! 

Contacts List

Download Contacts List

(This download is for personal use only. You may not alter or redistribute these .pdfs.)

Tomorrow I will be sharing another printable for the ‘31 days of homemaking printables‘ series.

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10 Comments on Day 7: Contacts Page

  1. I love this. I am always losing my address book. I spend so much time looking for it that I often never get a card or letter sent. I have decided to do away with my address book and just have my addresses in my binder which won’t get lost since everyone knows where it goes.

    • I am glad this solution works for you. I actually keep mine on a contact list on my computer because it is easiest for me to keep it updated, but I knew some people would appreciate a printable version of an address book. Please let me know if there are any other types of printables you could use!
      xo,
      Laura

  2. Hi,
    I love this idea, but am challenged with printing things from the computer. Can this be printed in 5.5″ x 8.5″ size or is it meant to be 8.5″ x 11″?
    Thanks so much,
    Maura

    • Hi Maura!
      These pages were designed to be printed on 8.5″ x 11″ paper. However, a way around it is to see if your printer has a multi-page option. Then you can print two sheets per page. However, since they were not designed to be printed that way, I cannot promise you that they will print large enough to be usable. You can also usually choose to print a particular size on your printer. You would choose half sheet. However, this method would make it so it will print the page in the middle of your paper and you would have to cut it out to fit. Hope this helps!
      Laura

  3. I know that you posted this a few years ago, but thought you’d still like to know that it’s being used and is appreciated!
    Found this on Pinterest when searching for a “printable contact list” and it was the first one that popped up and the first one that I opened.
    I printed it a little bit bigger than a half sheet and hole punched it for my mambi Happy Planner. It’s perfect. Great color scheme, fits right in, and is easy to access as part of my weekly planning and journaling.
    Thanks so much!

    • Great! I am so glad that you find it useful! I love the Happy Planner. It is so fun. I am a big planner nerd and have looked at that one as a possibility for my 2016 planner. I love that you can add pages to it. Have a great week!
      xo,
      Laura

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