Mar 042015
 
Free Easter Word Search Printable

Easter is one of my children’s favorite holidays. I am sure it has something to do with visiting the Easter bunny and Easter egg hunts. The kids asked for another holiday word search and I was happy to oblige. This free Easter Word Search printable is only for personal use but teachers may use it for their classroom. Click on the word search below or here to download the printable PDF file. Looking for more holiday related word searches? I have these other free printables: Santa’s Reindeer Word [continue reading]

Mar 022015
 
My 9 Tips For The Purium 10 Day Transformation

Disclaimer: This is not an ad. I am not affiliated with Purium and am not qualified or trying to give medical advice. I just finished my cleanse (with version 4 documentation) last week and Purium has already changed the products involved in the cleanse. These tips still apply. I did the Purium 10 day transformation cleanse because I wanted to break my addiction to bad foods. I am a stay at home mom and am alone for two out of my three meals of the day so it [continue reading]

Feb 232015
 
Free St. Patrick's Day Word Search Printable

My kids loved my Santa’s Reindeer Word Search and Valentine’s Day Word Search so I made them a St. Patrick’s Day word search. Beyond the fun, the word search helps them learn the vocabulary associated with the holiday. This free printable is only for your personal use but teachers may use it for their classroom. Click here or on the word search below to download printable PDF file. Interested in more St. Patrick’s Day ideas? Make these Glittery Shamrock Glasses to make you look festive this St. Patrick’s [continue reading]

Feb 202015
 
16 Dr. Seuss Crafts and Recipes

I volunteer in an elementary school library and there is a large section of the bookshelves dedicated to Dr. Seuss. Most of the time these shelves are mostly empty because the Dr. Seuss books are so popular with the students. My kids and I all love Dr. Seuss books because they are so fun to read. Here are 16 Dr. Seuss inspired crafts and recipes that you can make for some Seussical fun! 1. Lorax Felt Storyboard | Modge Podge Rocks 2. Dr. Seuss Temporary Tattoos | Simply [continue reading]

Feb 092015
 
DIY Conversation Hearts Temporary Tattoos

I have always loved the conversation hearts candy that pops up every year around Valentine’s Day. We are trying to stay away from candy this year. Instead of giving out candy, I designed these conversation hearts temporary tattoos for my kids to wear and give to their friends for Valentine’s Day. This post is for the monthly Silhouette Challenge but you do not need a Silhouette to make these temporary tattoos. Supplies: Silhouette Printable Temporary Tattoo Paper (affiliate link) inkjet printer Silhouette machine or scissors or paper trimmer [continue reading]

Feb 072015
 
Simple Starters 16 to 20 Digital Scrapbooking Templates

My Simple Starters templates are among my best selling items so I designed another set. The Simple Starters Templates 16 to 20 are perfect for pocket style scrapbooking. They are the perfect companions to my Simple Starters 1 to 5, Simple Starters 6 to 10 and Simple Starters 11 to 15. New to my store is also bundle of all 20 Simple Starter templates. Creative team member Miranda created this gorgeous layout using one of the 16 to 20 templates. The Simple Starters 16 to 20 and Simple [continue reading]

Jan 202015
 
DIY Dr. Seuss Temporary Tattoos

Craft Lighting is when a group of bloggers share crafts that take 15 minutes or less to make. I am excited about participating in my first session of Craft Lightning. This month’s theme is Dr. Seuss. My kids are still in elementary school so Dr. Seuss’s birthday is a big event at school. I created these Dr. Seuss temporary tattoos of the Cat in the Hat’s hat, the Lorax’s mustache and green eggs and ham to bring to the class parties! They are super easy to make and [continue reading]

DIY Love You A Latte Mug

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Jan 192015
 
DIY Love You A Latte Mug

I have mentioned before that I love chai tea lattes. They warm me up and relax me at the same time. Just typing the previous sentence made me daydream a little! I also love puns and have wanted to make a “love you a latte” (I know you chuckled) mug for quite a while. When I found a ceramic mason jar mug on clearance for 70% off (only $1.80!) after Christmas I knew that it was time to make my mug idea a reality. I suffer from crafting [continue reading]

Jan 162015
 
Stamped With Love Digital Scrapbook Templates

My new Stamped With Love Templates are inspired by postage stamps. They are perfect to scrapbook the people or things that you love. My husband and I are celebrating a wedding anniversary soon. We don’t have many pictures of the two of us, but this selfie was one I took of us recently. My daughter loves LEGO Friends and we are fortunate to live within driving distance of LEGOLAND Florida. She was thrilled to have met three of the five main LEGO Friends. We hope to meet the [continue reading]

Jan 122015
 
DIY Butterfly Labels For IKEA BRANÄS Rattan Basket

I have had my IKEA Expedit shelves for a year and a half. The bottom row of my Expedit contains five IKEA BRANÄS rattan baskets. The baskets hold my craft supplies. I’ve wanted to make labels for them for a long time and this month’s Silhouette Challenge of “organization” gave me the nudge I needed. I wanted labels with personality. When I saw butterfly wood shapes at Dollar Tree, I knew I wanted to use them as the base for my labels. Supplies for 5 labels: 5 wooden [continue reading]

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