Halloween is so near! Because it is one of my favorite holidays, and it kicks off the holiday season, I made some Free Halloween printables to share. Below I bought this sign from Kirkland’s, that I love, so I had to make a copycat – so I can share with my friends. Happy Halloween!
Happy Holidays! With Christmas around the corner I wanted to do a giveaway of some fun Christmas Printables for you all.
Give Love & Give Joy printable I made was inspired by this section at Hobby Lobby. I love the blue and red together so I had to create a fun printable to match.
Christmas Gift Tags
Every year I make Reindeer food for my daughters to sprinkle outside on Christmas Eve. They love it and it is so easy. If you’re hosting a Christmas party with kids, get a bowl of oatmeal and sprinkle glitter in it, and let them scoop some up in a bag. Here is a cute free printable made by Hip 2 Save that you can attach to their bags.
Watch your kids faces light up when they call this Santa number.
Tis the season to give back. If you’re planning any random acts of kindness this season here is a little cheerful note to add to your gift. I have so far given one to my Starbucks Barista with a Target $5 gift card.
Here is a way to get your kids involved with giving back with help from Elf on the Shelf.
Chalkboard 5×7 Merry Christmas
North Pole snow 5×7. I used to cover some fake snow I bought in a box. If your having a party and have fake snow for the kids to play in you can use this sign.
Merry Christmas 5×7
Another version of a welcome back letter for your Elf on the Shelf
Halloween is finally here, and of course I wait until a few days before to start planning for my Halloween party.
My latest trip to Hobby lobby I picked up these cute Halloween party suppliesMy little treasures inspired me to make some matching printables, so I thought I would share with you all!
Everywhere I go right now I see chalkboard décor, chalkboard art, chalkboard everything. All of it is definitely cute but has a huge mark up price on it. If you’re feeling crafty but don’t want to get into a huge project — this Chalkboard frame tutorial is easy to make and can be a cute gift to give! Lately I have seen all kinds of frames at AC Moore, Hobby Lobby and JoAnn’s. Don’t forget to use a coupon!
This was at AC Moore, and I was able to use a 50% coupon making my frame $2.49! I bought a can of Chalkboard spray-paint at Wal-Mart for $3.39 which will be enough for many more chalkboard crafts! In the scrapbooking section I found little fabric flowers for my frames. They have tons to choose from. They usually come in a pack so you have extra for another project! I spray-painted the back of my frame first, let it dry. Flip it over and spray paint the front. Once dried I used a hot glue gun to attach my fabric flowers. Check out Deseret Designs blog, she has tons of cute FREE Printables. Here is the printable I used for free!