Have you ever searched the internet for free printables? One site, EverythingEtsy.com has a list of 101 free ones! It will definitely get your creativity flowing!

You could use this design with EQ Printables and make a cute bag.
These labels are very cool. Form + function. You could use them with EQ Peel & Stick Fabric and put them anywhere (and everywhere)!
These would be perfect to use with EQ Peel & Stick to attach to all your homemade gifts (especially at Christmas, which will be here again before you know it) or any handmade products that you sell.
I love this vintage-looking sheet music. It would be great to add to any sewing project (with EQ Printables) or craft project (with EQ Peel & Stick).
Place mats! Print them right onto EQ Printable Fabrics! What a fun idea.
This adorable doll bed is made of a cigar box. It also has a collection of stamps scanned in and printed on printable fabric for the bedspread. The pillow is an envelope printed on printable fabric. Obviously, EQ Printable Fabrics would be great for a project like this.
And those are just six of 101 links!
Of course you can also make your own printable designs with EQ7…
  One example is an easy printable Halloween treat bag. It just takes a few clicks.
Click Library > Block Library > Search button > choose  by Category  >  Holidays > Halloween. I picked Trick or Treat Pumpkin.
I made my quilt a one block quilt 8.5 x 11 (the same size as a piece of EQ Printable Fabric) I placed the block on Layer 2 so that I could make it square. Then I used the Set Applique Text  Tool to add a name at the top.
Click Print > Quilt.Be sure to uncheck:Print name

Print block outline and

Print patch outline

Double check the Print Preview to make sure everything is showing up correctly (the black horizontal lines shouldn’t show) before you print your design on EQ Printables.
Now the front of your bag is done. Add a back and some straps (and lining if you want) and you’re done!
Just think of all the possibilities using EQ Printables with free images from the internet…or the vast array of designs already included in your EQ software!