I updated the popular Light the World lunchbox challenge this year to adapt it to the new theme “one by one”. I only made 16 cards since that’s about how many school days most kids will have in December (I believe ours have 14). You can put these in your child’s lunchbox each day (as the name suggests) and some of the things are meant for them to do right there at school. But some things (even though I tried to make it mostly independent) will need a little parental help. So you could also put it on your child’s breakfast plate, on their pillow or hang it on the fridge.… Read the rest
A guest post from my friend Melanie at Plan for Awesome
The Turkey Ticket is such a simple, yet effective way to show and teach gratitude at Thanksgiving time. It works for all ages, and can last all month, just a day, or somewhere in the middle.
DISCLAIMER: I found this idea on another blog. I do not claim this to be my own idea – I just wanted to make a cute printable to go with the idea, and thought I’d share it here.
Are you intrigued?!
So was I! I saw this idea on Pinterest and was so excited to find out what it was.… Read the rest
Last Thanksgiving, the kids and I unexpectedly flew to my parent’s home in New Orleans after all our local schools were shut down as a result of the Camp Fire. It was such a tragic event for our community, but a little silver lining was that I got to spend Thanksgiving with family for the first time in a long time! It was nothing short of a miracle that we were able to find reasonably priced tickets around Thanksgiving at such late notice. And really a blessing to be away from all the horrendous smoke.
My parents have recently converted a barn on their property into a little guest house.… Read the rest
A guest post from my friend Melanie at Plan for Awesome!
“I’m Tickled Pink That _______” – One of the cutest themed baskets I’ve ever given, and it can be for any occasion!! Great for a friend’s birthday, sister’s birthday, mom’s birthday, Mother’s Day, gift for a breast cancer patient, breast cancer survivor, neighbor gifts, etc.
I love themed baskets.
I love cute gift tags.
I love giving thoughtful things.
I love the color pink.
I love thinking of any possible way someone might want to use the printables I make, and trying to make them as universal and as useful as possible.… Read the rest
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I’ve got a cute, fun Trunk or Treat flyer for you today! It is sized at 4X6 and is perfect to use to for your church or neighborhood event!
Instructions to Edit this Template
- First you will need to download the blank template from Google Drive with the button at the bottom of this post. Save it somewhere on your computer where you can find it. If you can’t find it, check your downloads folder!
- Open the JPG in any photo editing software.