2012 Calendars – free downloads!

I’m a sucker for free downloads, but I especially love the calendars below. They’re fun and modern and a little bit of style to my otherwise boring office. Hard to believe I’ve been at my job for a year and the only decor I have is a few pics of the kids! They are all free downloads (yay!) and while you’re visiting the sites check out all their other printables. >> Continue reading

Now I know my ABC’s – free download!

One of the Little Peanut’s favorite songs lately is the ABC’s. After she learned her numbers I gradually introduced the alphabet song a few letters at a time and before long she was singing the whole thing! Not only that but I’m so proud that she can also recognize the letters too. It really helped that we have the magnetic letters and the Vtech sit to stand alphabet train (Which >> Continue reading

Halloween invitations – free printable!

Invite your friends over for a spooktacular Halloween bash with our free printable! The curved-flap design makes it easy to use – no need to find the right sized envelope. Click here to download our Halloween invitation free printable. Print onto the back side of decorative scrapbook paper to give them a fun (or spooky!) feel. Add on a sticker to seal. I turned these circle tags from Paper Glitter >> Continue reading

Valentines day card – Free download!

Add a little note to your Valentines Day gift with our love heart card! The card measures about 3×3 inches. Download card Note: I cutout the envelope from the template then traced it onto scrapbooking  paper. The photo on the card itself are of these darling crochet hearts from Vouge Kntting I made for the Little Peanut to give to her daddy this Valentines day.  If you’re a crocheter you >> Continue reading

2010 calendar download!

Wishing all our readers a wonderful 2010! Keep track of the days with our free calendar download. This small (about post-it sized) calendar is great for your desk or to hang on your fridge. After cutting out the months use rubber cement glue to bind the tops together to create a tear-off calendar. Punch a hole at the top to hang. Download our free 2010 calendar!

Leave Santa a note!

When I was young, my sister and I would leave out cookies and milk for Santa. We would also write him a little thank you note or some years leave a “Don’t eat these Dad, they’re for Santa!” sign. Making these reminded me of those younger years and of the older ones where we would remind each other to eat the cookies before our younger brother woke up! Download embes >> Continue reading

A time for thanks

When I was young I remember my family waiting for the Thanksgiving Day Star Tribune (our local newspaper) to arrive. My mom of course was waiting for the ads and coupons to plan her Black Friday agenda. My sister and I on the other hand were waiting for the annual Thanksgiving coloring turkey. It was a lot of fun to each take a section of the turkey to color and >> Continue reading