Spring is here and aside from having warmer weather and spring blossoms to look forward to, it also seems like the time of year when everyone comes out of their winter hibernation – ready to tackle new things in the last stretch of the year. One of the most popular pass times in September happens to be the Spring Clean time. It’s something I throw myself into wholeheartedly every year (I actually love cleaning) but as soon as your house is bigger than a bachelor flat it becomes quite a mission to stay focused on what still needs to be done.

For this reason, Colleen from Lieflingkind Design designed a Free Spring cleaning checklist in a beautiful watercolor floral design to help you wrap your head around the task. It’s great for keeping you on track with what’s done and list for spring cleaning of what still needs to be done. Whether you make use of a Spring cleaning company or do it yourself this list will give you some cleaning tips on where to start.

Spring cleaning checklist printable by Lieflingkind Design
Weekly to do list printable by Lieflingkind Design

What is Spring Cleaning?

According to the Cambridge Dictionary to spring-clean is

  • to clean all of a place, especially your house, very well, including parts you do not often clean
  • to organize something, getting rid of the things you do not need

This month I’ve also included an extensive weekly planner cleaning checklist in the same design to help you stay on track with your goals for the rest of the year (although I know all the Christmas admin is just around the corner… the planner is good for that too). Laminate both so that they’re reusable and stick them on the fridge or in your office so that they’re never out of sight.

Spring Cleaning checklist printable
Weekly to do list printable

Downloadable weekly and spring cleaning checklists

You can download both of the files in a pretty floral design in this link.

What you will need

  • The design of your choice (or both) downloaded and printed out on thick card stock.
  • That’s it. Just the design printed out.
  • No. Really.

To make this checklist for spring cleaning
The design prints to an A4 size, so once you’ve downloaded and printed it, you can use a magnet to stick it on to your fridge or have it laminated so that it will last longer. These will also make a great addition to your pin board in your home office.

Wishing you a lovely & memorable Spring!

While you are totally in the mood to get organised this spring, why not download our free daily and weekly planner printables that we shared at the start of this year in this link.

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Author

Colleen is the owner & creative behind Lieflingkind - a boutique design studio specializing in creative brand development & bespoke wedding stationery. Connect with her on social media on the links below.

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