My parents bought a 100+ year-old Victorian house when I was an infant. The house needed serious attention. It was a classic fixer-upper. The ceilings had wallpaper hanging from a thread. The walls had so many layers of wallpaper that it was a lesson in period style. Not to mention the porch turned kitchen and rotten planks on the wraparound porch. It was an overwhelming project to tackle, but my parents have always been very industrious. My mom stumbled upon an article in Reader’s Digest suggesting you could tackle any feat if you worked on it without interruption for 15
Are you having any parties for Halloween? I am! Well, sort of. I am helping my neighbor throw a fun Halloween party for a gaggle of little girls. It is going to be so much fun! I decided that we could easily use this awesome Happy Halloween Printable Party Invite I made last year and attach it to a fun bag of candy to get them excited!
I don’t know about you, but I think the pantry is the easiest place in my house of 6 that can get destroyed in an instant. Between the teenager and the toddler and my Mother In Law who likes to sneak over food and stack it on, it is always a bit of a disaster. Today I am going to break free of that disaster and show you how I made life a little easier with my DIY Pantry Organization Project.
I am so excited to share with you a Pre K Set of Counting Printables and share the healthy benefits of Horizon Organic products. Thank you to Horizon Organic for making this possible. This is my youngest daughter’s first year if school, EVER. In fact, as I am writing this, I am anxiously awaiting to hear how her very first day of Pre K 3 has been. Her starting school is one of the main reasons behind me wanting to do this post for the Say Cheese Pre K Counting Printables. The other is to teach her healthy snack choices.
This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Office Depot, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #inspirestudentshttp://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV This year my youngest is going to be going to school for the first time. She has a curriculum to follow, verses to memorize, and I am very excited about her new adventure. When we met her new teacher last week it really sank in how much work they do to get things ready for all of the new kids. With that in mind, I went out and grabbed a few supplies to
Have you been thinking of things you might need for Back to School? When does your school start back? We are starting back NEXT WEEK, and the Summer is basically over for us. Since school is right around the corner for us, I have put together a list of 14 items that I think will help you out for the new school year. Check out this list below and make the new school year run smoother than ever! Not only that, I am also including this cute, free printable School Supply List for you to take shopping and make things
Do you have a little helper in the kitchen? My children all love to be in the kitchen. My oldest even likes to take cake decorating classes with my mom at one of our local stores. I love that they not only see me in the kitchen, but they also want to be a part of the activity and learn. With that in mind, I decided I would create something they could keep forever, a My First Recipe Book. With this book full of free printables, they can also become a part of the activity in the kitchen. I wanted
When I started working on this summer series, this was one of my favorites to work on, so I had to share it first. This Outdoor Memory Game will keep the kiddos busy for a while, and they love to grab it out of their Outdoor Summer Fun Crate. Have you EVER seen an oversized memory game? I haven’t, so I thought this would be fun, and BOY was I ever right! You can download these free printables to make your very own Outdoor Memory Game. It is really fun, and it keeps the kids entertained outside AND inside when the
I am so ready for fireworks and more grilling and delicious desserts! The 4th of July is fast approaching and I am in delicious dessert mode. There are so many fun desserts that are red,white, and blue. However, if you don’t have any, make a few cupcakes and add these 4th of July Free Printable Cupcake Toppers to make them for that special festive day! Make some of your favorite cupcakes – add a little Red, White, and Blue Sprinkles – and top them off with these cute and free printables.
Earlier this month I ordered some large swirly pops for a baseball party, but they did not arrive on time. I had to go searching for something similar, and ended up finding rainbow swirly pops that were a little smaller, but did the job. After my large swirly pops arrived, I was in a dilemma as to what to do with them. Remembering that my daughters daycare class is always in need of crafty project ideas, I volunteered my time and swirly pops and helped them come up with King of Pops – Father’s Day Free Printable. The kiddos