Sunday, July 27, 2014

Free Printable! Frozen Binder Cover

In the ever so popular search for Frozen school supplies, we came up short. Not only are they hard to find, the materials used are often flimsy and cheap.
I ended up with a standard three ring binder and the knowledge of how to make a cover page.
Just write your child's name in the space inside the box and there you have it. You don't even need to pay for shipping!

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Father's Day Card Free Printable

Father's Day Card!
The kids and I had a great time with this one. We figured this card can double as a Father's Day/Birthday Card since Sammy's birthday is June 13th.
Just simply print off here, fold on the line, and let your little ones color the inside.
We printed it on white construction paper to get a bolder look.

XOXO and have a great weekend!

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Fruit Roll-Ups Diplomas!

Holy Crap, May...You are a busy month!
For the first time in forever, I am too busy to bake. That was hard to say, because I love to bake.
So instead, I made these Fruit Roll-Ups diplomas that take 15 seconds to unwrap and tie.
Goldie did the unwrapping!


Seriously,
-unwrap
-tie with ribbon
-print off the free printable here.
-and if you are feeling wild and crazy, add the sticker flag tags available at Michaels.






Friday, May 2, 2014

Thanks A Latte Gift Card Holder-Free Printable!

It's that time of year again!
Say "thanks a latte" to your coaches, teachers, mothers, and more!
I made both female and male friendly options.
*Just a note, when you purchase your gift card, grab a coffee sleeve to glue or staple as your gift card holder. Forget the sleeve? No big deal, just tape it on there!



Print here: 







I printed mine on chevron scrap-booking paper from the Michael's Recollections series.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Gumball Bunny Tails

These are the official Pre-School Easter Party Favors of 2014. Bunny Tails! Ha. Goldie and I taste tested a lot of candy before coming up with this idea.
It is a very simple favor. You can swap the gumballs with mini-marshmallows for little folks.

-White Gumballs (32oz=115 gumballs)
-pretzel bags (any craft store, they are what people use for dipped pretzels)
-ribbon
-any favor tag you want! (we used chevron tags, chalkboard stickers, and a permanent chalkboard marker)



Then I started to have fun with my camera. Well, my mom's camera.




Wednesday, March 26, 2014

You're A Good Egg Printable


I am officially addicted now! I know, wild and crazy over here. I love the idea that you can decorate for the holidays and add whimsy to your decor with a simple click of the print button!
Goldie and I used some old fabric to make a little bunnies & eggs bunting. She is double-fisting the glue and scissors and asking what we can spring-up next.



Monday, March 24, 2014

Free Easter Printables!


My goal for today, to actually post on my blog! 
Big news, I know! 
Actually, I really miss doing DIY crafting for myself, so this is a great excuse to get back at it!

I have been enjoying honing my graphic design skills (I went from a 0 to a 3), but I really love doing it! It is free to do! No paper or supplies needed.

I use PowerPoint believe it or not, to Natalie's dismay, but eventually hope to take a professional class or two. 

Anyway, here is a free Easter printable by me for you! I jumped on the PEEPS band wagon, because they are so cute! These little peeps were a royalty-free download on Vector. I resized them, added the circle background, and used the Great Vibes font to create the cute saying.

To make these I used a standard 3x3 inch circle paper punch and a hole puncher!

Click here for the printable and enjoy!