Are you wondering how you will keep the kiddos busy during turkey day? I have a fun pair of printable Thanksgiving Mad Libs to keep the little pilgrims entertained for a few minutes while the food is cooking. The great thing about Mad Libs are that they are fun for everyone! In our family, even the Teenage Thing enjoys helping to complete these silly fill-in-the-blank stories. Of course, the Little Monster and I enjoy them too! In fact, we have so much fun with Mad Libs, normally Santa … [Read more...]
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Candy bars are a fun gift to hand out to little ghouls and goblins on Halloween, especially if the chocolate treats themselves are dressed for the occasion! Recently I came across a trio of three free templates - a ghost, a vampire, and a bat - to use as wrappers for Hershey bars. Aren’t they adorable! … [Read more...]
When I saw this handmade gift bag, I just knew that I had to add it to my idea file! I love how Sara (a/k/a “livelys”) use ribbon to create the stem and leaves for her flower. So clever, but so simple - what do you think? If you have a die cut machine, it would be super simple to make a large flower for the bag and then make a smaller flower for a coordinating card. … [Read more...]
I am so excited to share with you the free printables for organizing school pictures and papers that I recently came across... This is one area that I need serious help! Both my sons bring home artwork and other papers from school that I put in a pile to keep. Unfortunately, over the years, that pile has grown (and grown, and grown!) -- it's on my list of goals this year to finally get all those papers organized and purged down so that they fit neatly into one or two boxes. … [Read more...]
Are you looking for handmade Christmas card ideas? Unfortunately, I still am - I haven't started on any of mine yet, and December is almost here! Anyway, I recently came across this 3D Christmas tree card in the "Crafts" section of MarthaStewart.com, and couldn't help but add it to my idea file! This card looks like it would be very easy to make, and the three-dimensional pop out Christmas tree offers a fun surprise to the lucky person who receives it! … [Read more...]