I was folding laundry the other day when this idea came to me, and I have to admit, I’m pretty excited about it. Sometimes I put notes in my kids’ lunches, you know those fun joke cards flying around pinterest, just a simple “i love you”, encouragement, and occasionally a “challenge”. Like: find someone who looks sad and cheer them up. Just something to get them thinking not about themselves! As I was thinking about how to teach my kids service and gratitude, especially at this time of year when they are prone to be thinking only about what may or may not end up under that big tree, I thought about a daily lunch box challenge!… Read the rest
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I was asked to make the invitation for our church harvest festival so I’m making that available for you today :).
You can either do it yourself by downloading the blank template, opening the JPEG in an editing program (such as picmonkey, picasa, canva, photoshop etc) and adding text. OR, I can personalize it for you. I charge $7 payable via paypal and you will receive a digital JPEG file in return that you can then have printed. If you would like to do that, just email the details you would like on your invitation to email@example.com
These are sized at 4X6 and I recommend having them printed as photos for best results.… Read the rest
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I know I promised you a Thanksgiving banner back when I posted this one! Many apologies for bringing it to you in the 11th hour. But in my defense, I did make this baby to hang from your buffet table as you “gobble gobble” up your great grandma’s famous candied yams and your aunt betsy’s green bean casserole. Or this delicious butternut squash recipe from Bless this Mess! So, it’s not too late!
Print once… or twice (if you want “gobble gobble”) on cardstock, use as desired! … Read the rest