I designed this adorable Easter Printable for all of my Newsletter Subscribers. I just sent out my very first Newsletter, and I can’t wait to keep all our you lovelies informed about what I’ve been up to. I hope to send it out each month, but with an infant taking up much of my time, that may be difficult.
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I just did a guest post over at ThePrintBlog on this Giant Easter Coloring Page! Hop on over and download your copy for FREE! And the best part is, this is a 24×36 inch print and will keep the kiddos busy during all the fun Easter Activities.
Directions: Download the boy version or the girl version. Print and cut them out using the lines on the edges as a guide. Make a 1-1.5 inch cut on each side of the text. Write the names you want and then add the pencil, pixie stick, glow stick or paper straw. Easy peas!
Want to keep the kids busy while you’re getting ready for the Holidays? Give them the assignment to either color the wrapping paper, or better yet design their own patterns on the wrapping paper. My daughter, who is almost 5, thought the assignment to design her own patterns was a little tough, but loved the challenge of coloring her wrapping paper in Christmas colors! She kept asking if certain colors were Christmas colors. Too cute! Enjoy this freebie!
FREE ACTIVITY COLORING PAGE FOR THE KIDDOS-DESIGN A PATTERN
Remember this coloring page is for personal use only and not for resale! Thanks!
If you’re anything like me, you still haven’t handed out Christmas Cards to your kid’s friends…right? I hope I’m not the only one! Ha ha! Well, how about printing off a few of these. All you need to do is print, cut, and add 2 candy canes per reindeer. It prints 3 reindeer per page. Hope you enjoy them!
FREE REINDEER CARD FOR KIDS WITH CANDY CANES
Remember this card is for personal use only and not for resale! Thanks!
As promised, here is the matching envelope liner! I think that envelope liners really add a touch of “special” to your cards. I imagine the person opening this beautiful card thinking, “Wow, you really care about me, you even added an envelope liner to my envelope!” Ha ha! Just joking. But really, don’t you think it’s cute!
Enjoy, and if you missed yesterdays free Christmas card that coordinates with this liner, you can get it here!
FREE ENVELOPE LINER PRINTABLE
Remember this liner is for personal use only and not for resale! Thanks!
Today’s freebie is a good one! A printable wrapping paper!
WRAPPING PAPER FOR CHRISTMAS, OR ANY OCCASION
Remember these are for personal use only and not for resale! Thanks!
But the best part is that I added 6 coordinating wrapping papers to my Etsy shop for only $5 so that you could print them all out and have the cutest presents under the tree! I mean, seriously aren’t those woodland animals just adorable! I might even consider putting them on Spoonflower so that I can order actual rolls of wrapping paper. I haven’t ordered any wrapping paper from Spoonflower, have any of you? Is the quality good? It’s kind of expensive don’t ya think?
Or maybe I might just order it in fabric and make Char a dress? What do you think? Wrapping paper or Fabric?
Well, enjoy, I’d love to see the gifts that you wrap with it!
I know this one isn’t a printable, but I thought it was worth sharing! As some of you may know, I love Pinterest. I often get swept away by all of the beautiful images and yesterday I found myself loving these ceramic gift tags by Molly Hatch for Anthropologie. I also noticed that they aren’t available to purchase any more either, so I thought, why not make my own for FREE! They are super easy to make and the best part is, you probably have everything you need to make them at home!
1. First start by following this recipe for the salt dough. I halved the recipe and it made 2 large cookie sheets full.
2. Roll the dough out to about a 1/4″ thick. Cut out small circles, about 1.5 inches. If you don’t have a cookie cutter, try a small cup. Then punch out a small hole at the top using a straw.
3. Next, using stamps (if you have some) impress them into the dough. If you don’t have stamps, just skip this part.
4. Bake in a 300*F oven for 25 minutes.
5. Let cool for 15 minutes.
6. Using sand paper, sand down the tops of the tags. And wipe off with dry towel.
7. Using a small sharpie marker follow the imprints from the stamps, or just wing it. The rougher looking the better I think.
8. Add twine, tie knot near tag. (I got my twine at Home Depot). Add to any gift to really add some personality!
I’d love to hear if any of you have made these before. Oh, and stay tuned for tomorrow! I’m adding some new printable wrapping paper to my shop (see below) and one of them will be free in tomorrow’s download.
What better way to start December then with a FREE wallpaper for your desktop, iPad & iPhone? I’m just sure that this will make you happy every time you pick up your phone or turn on your iPad. Don’t ya think. I love how the colors came together. This really was a fun pattern to draw. Maybe I’ll turn it into a real wrapping paper next. What do you think? Good idea?
These wallpapers are for personal use only and not for resale.