Thursday, May 25, 2017

DIY Apron for Mothers Day

For Mothers day this year, we did aprons for our moms. They were super easy to do.

You will need.
Fabric markers: I got mine from walmart.

Step 1: Print off these printables or printables of your own that has the text you want.

Step 2: Tape printable quote to window or lightbox.

Step 3: Center and Tape apron over paper.

Step 4: Trace

Step 5: Color in your words with fabric markers.

Step 6: Let your kids draw pictures for grandma on the bottom or leave it as is.

And you're done. You may want to iron it to help seal the color. Wrap it and gift it. 

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Monday, April 17, 2017

Butterfly Birthday Party

My little girl turned 1 this year. I have loved seeing all the beautiful garden parties and wanted something along that line.  So we decided on a butterfly party! We started out with the banner and butterflies which you can find in my shop here. 

There is also a matching invitation as well. Here
Butterfly Garden Party Birthday Invitation

What would be cuter than little butterflies on a rose cake? I had never done roses on a cake before but bought my right frosting tips and followed this youtube tutorial. (also I didn't have the right size bag and used ziplock bags instead and they worked great. I just inserted the tip and taped the side of the bag around it. 

The butterflies, I also made following a youtube tutorial here.

I added some cupcakes and we were ready to go.

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DIY Tie for little boy

My son came to me the other day jealous of his sister getting to choose different dresses and fun things on Sunday. So we decided to liven up his Sunday wardrobe a little with some fun ties. 

We found a cute pattern on Pinterest here. The pattern is super easy to follow and I think they turned out pretty good. Instead of elastic or velcro. I used snaps because it's what I had on hand.  We picked out some fun patterns and went to work. 

The ties were pretty easy and fast to make. You could do a tie in about 20 Min. I did adjust the length to fit my 4-year-old as the pattern is for a smaller size. I did this by keeping the width the same one each end and just lengthening it out.

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Sunday, April 9, 2017

Easter Study Journal, Prince of peace

I wanted to do a study journal for this week. This journal has a spot for each day of Christ's last week and a page for each study topic found in the #PRINCEOFPEACE campaign found at Follow along with their journey by watching their videos and record your impressions here. 

Download this booklet for free here

When printing in adobe reader. Select Best Quality, Booklet, Print on long edge

Check out some more great printables for this week here

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Basketball Fun Printables and bracket generator.

Having a basketball Birthday party or March madness party. Here are some awesome tools you can use for your party. We have a lot of great things in the shop as well as my husband has made a great bracket generator. Check out his youtube video below.

DIY Basketball Birthday Printable Scoreboard 36x24

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

2017 Planner for LDS Moms

I was so excited this year to start planning. Instead of new years goals this year I wanted something that would keep me motivated all year long. I decided to make a planner that fit my needs and goals perfectly. I wanted something where I could have a monthly evaluation of my goals, weekly and daily. I've designed the planner to sit down once a month and do a monthly council/ planning, a weekly planning where we do an inventory our relationships and take time to work through problems and recognize the positive in one another, and daily planning where I actually plan to accomplish all the goals. It's still in the perfecting stage and I want to add some yearly planning sheets (still not there yet.) Christmas lists, Birthday parties lists...ect.

What would you like to see in a planner?

Try this planner out this year for free. Simply download and send to print.  I printed mine at home. Front and back. (if you don't have a front and back printer you may need to mess with it a little to make sure it comes out right.) I printed and laminated the cover and back and then I took it to staples to bind it.

Try it out this year by downloading it here:

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

My parenting Booklist

I wanted to share some of the books I've read that have changed the way I parent and act with my kids.

Raising and emotionally intelligent Child by Dr. John Gottman

Love and Logic

Mindful Discipline

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