Peak holiday entertaining is just around the corner. At some point during our festivities, I’ll hear “What’s your WiFi password?” It’s actually a common question these days just about anytime we have guests in our home. Or like when our daughter Kristen, who’s in the Navy, only comes home a couple of times a year and usually one of the first things she asks us is, “What’s your WiFi Password?” Then our grandson comes over about once a month to spend a night or two and it’s not long until he’s asking, “What’s your WiFi Password again?”
We don’t mind sharing our WiFi with our guests, family and friends when they come to visit. The problem is, sometimes I don’t even remember the WiFi password. Do you remember your WiFi password right off the top of your head? I mean, we have our cell phones, tablets, computers, Roku devices, etc. setup to remember our password, so it’s not something we have to think about very often – at least not until one of our guests asks, “What’s your WiFi password?”
WiFi Password Printable
Never fear, I have a solution to that problem and a way to make your guests feel more at home all at the same time! About a year ago, I downloaded and printed a pretty WiFi Password printable on some nice cardstock paper and inserted it onto one of my shabby chic block frames and I now have it hanging in the hallway. I chose the hallway because it is centrally located – near the family room, near the bathroom and right outside our guest bedroom.
This printable has been such a big hit in our house, that I thought I make one just for you! I thought maybe you’d like a free WiFi Password Printable that you could download, frame and display in your home as well. I created the printable in three different sizes. Just click on the link below to the size you want to print and you’ll be redirected to Box where you can download your print.
By the way, these beautiful watercolor daisies were created by Angie from Angie Makes. She makes not only beautiful watercolor flowers, but designs feminine websites, WordPress Themes, logos and “girly graphics and clip art.” No, this is not a sponsored post. It just so happens that I love watercolor prints and my favorite flowers are daisies, so I found these watercolor daisies pretty irresistible!
You know, this printable has been more helpful than I ever thought it would. I’ve had it hanging up in the hallway for about a year now and our family and guests know just where to look to find our WiFi password. I hardly ever hear, “Hey, Pam, what’s your WiFi password?” Do you share your WiFi password with your guests?
I hope you find this printable as useful for you as it has been for me!
Til next time…