Fall Bucket List Chalkboard + Printable

Welcome to October! I feel like October is officially fall, whether Mother Nature has decided to cooperate or not. We had such a fun summer of camping and working in the yard, and we want to make fall just as exciting. So we put together a fall bucket list of 25 things we want to do this fall. (featured image source)

Fall Bucket List Chalkboard Printable | 25 things to do for fall from Remodelaholic.com

I wanted to put it on my new huge chalkboard, but the little fingers in my home enjoy playing with the chalkboard so much that I couldn’t make that happen without becoming the mean mommy. So, I cheated and did it in Photoshop 🙂

And… you can get the recipes to some of our delicious bucket list right here! Check out our Cinnabon caramel popcorn and chocolate pecan pie recipes and you’ll want to add them to your own bucket list.

We are excited to share our list with you, so we’ve made it available in printable form, too. Free for our awesome Remodelaholic email subscribers!

Just sign up below, and you’ll be sent both sizes in a .zip file:

  •  the super-large size (about 26″x60″, which would be great to do as a large engineering print)
  • the smaller size that will fit on an 11×17 page

Get the Printable Fall Bucket List

*All Remodelaholic printables are for personal, non-commercial use only. Use it, gift it, but don’t alter it, sell it or otherwise distribute the print or the file. Thanks!

Happy fall! What is on your bucket list that didn’t make it on ours?

Fall Bucket List - 25 things to do for fall, printable from Remodelaholic.com
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Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.

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    1. Thanks, Christina! Paper type will probably depend on the size and what you want to do with it. The smaller size would be fine on paper or cardstock, but the larger one would need to be on larger paper (obviously), so I’d suggest an engineer print like you can get at a copy center, and then you can mount it on foam core.

  1. Am I totally missing something? I downloaded the 11×17″ size, but when I open in Photoshop and size to print, the dimensions are way wrong. If I size the small side to 11″, it makes the longer side over 26″. Am I doing something wrong?