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Friday, March 14, 2014

Free St. Patty's Day Printable

Good morning everyone! Is everyone excited that its Friday?!? I know that I am because that means its Freebie Friday, and I have a great free printable to share with everyone today.

As you may know, Saint Patrick's Day is just around the corner. I had big plans to make a garland, like the Valentine's Day one, you can find it here ( just if you're curious). But its seems that I'm almost out of time, and I have a lot on my plate. But I did find a great quote about St. Patrick's day:

"Never iron a four-leaf clover, because you don't want to press your luck."  ~Author Unknown

How much sense does that make? Tons! Anyway, I thought that it was the cutest quote that I have seen in a while so I decided to make a printable!

printable art

You can get your free St. Patty's printable here

How to use the free printable?

Simply click on the link above and save it to your computer. Then, open up a word document or paint file and adjust the height and width of the picture to suit your needs. Its just a bit smaller than a regular sheet of paper. Then, frame it, hand it out, or just tape it to your mirror for some laughs! 

 Questions? Comments?

If you have any questions, comments, or funny St. Patrick's Day stories to share feel free to do so in the comments section below. I love reading all of your opinions, ideas, and comments; so, keep them coming!

Friday, March 7, 2014

Free Printable Art

Happy Friday everyone! I hope that everyone has great plans for the weekend. Personally, I'm thinking about spending the next two days  finishing off the onion dip, eating pizza, reading a good book, and watching some of my favorite movies. I'm seriously looking forward to a nice, relaxing weekend.

Free Art Printables
Today, I would like to share with you all a few free  art printables that I made. I'm really trying to work more on abstract art on sketchbook, and hopefully I'm getting the hang of it. It feels like I'm getting better. I love to mix up all of my art with splashes of abstract pieces to really catch people's eye.
Grab this printable work of art here.
Grab your own free printable art here.
Grab this art printable here.

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Friday, February 21, 2014

Free Printable Moving Checklist

Sometimes moving is something that is necessary, and great. Your new place may be bigger than the one old, it may be closer to your family, or the new house has some great aspect about it. Sometimes, moving is sad and bitter. Some people are forced to move due to finical reasons, divorce, or some other horrible situation. But no matter what moving is a big job. Plus, moving can be a hassle. Just. One. Big. Hassle. A lot of work goes into packing up everything that you own and relocating.

My Move

The hubby and I moved at the end of December; so, I can still feel the sting of moving. Even though our new place is much larger than our old place there was still a lot of stress involved. I seriously had no idea how much stuff I had accumulated over the past year. It was pretty amazing and all of the little tidbits and knick-knacks that I had stored and hidden throughout the house. I became super stressed just thinking about everything that I had to do, but I got through it. And you can too.

Moving Tips

1. A Packing System is Essential

A packing system is the best way to keep track of your stuff. There are several different systems that you can use. Try writing down everything that you put in a box on a sheet of paper and tape it to the box. Another packing system is to take a picture of the contents of the box and use a numbering system. Personally, I like the idea of taking a picture of the contents and numbering the boxes. It saves time because you will not have to write everything out by hand.

2. Utilities

Everyone needs lights, water, and sometimes gas. Unfortunately, I was unlucky because none of my utilities could be transferred. So, I had to put down major deposits to get everything turned on. If you're lucky, your utilities can simply be transferred to your new place, but if not, do some research and find the specific companies that provide service in your area.

3. Pack a Bag

Moving is hectic and during the week of moving I could barely think, let alone find any clothes in the mess. I packed a bag with the basic essentials. I packed a coupe of outfits, soap, my toothbrush, a hairbrush, and a few other essentials. That way I would not have to worry, and I could have immediate access to anything that I needed when I needed it. I packed a bag like this for my husband as well. If you have multiple people in your family, pack a bag for each family member.

4. Make Sure Everything is Clean

Before you pack your clothes or dishes make sure that they're clean. Yes, you will probably have to rewash your dishes and a few pieces of clothing, but at least you know that everything is clean. Hopefully, if you pack everything correctly, you won't have to clean anything.This just makes moving easier, and less of a hassle once you get to your new place.

5. Groom Your Pets

Before moving your pets make sure that they're clean and free of any bugs or fleas. Your new house should be clean so keep it that way! Before I moved, I washed all three of my dogs, and I also gave them their monthly flea treatment. When they got to the new house, they smelled fresh and clean. I didn't have to worry about them wallowing on the couch or on the carpet and leaving nasty, puppy odors behind.

Printable Moving Checklist

Here is a free moving checklist. It has the big things on it for you to check off, and even a section for notes. To get your own Simply click on the link below, save it to your computer, open it in a document, and print it off!

Grab your own moving checklist here.

Questions? Comments? 

Do you have any moving tips? Feel free to share your personal tips, questions, or comments below in the comment section!

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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Printable Valentine Coupon Book

Good morning everyone! I hope that you all are enjoying your week! It is snowing and sleeting here in the South so I got to enjoy snowball fights and playing outdoors. If you're region is experiencing a winter wonderland stay safe and have fun!

Free Valentine Day Coupon Book

Today, I have a free printable coupon book just in time for Valentines Day. As I've said before, I love giving paper crafts during Valentine Day, and this coupon book fits the description perfectly! You can fill in the blanks with whatever you want.

Some Examples:

Here are some of my ideas on how to fill up your Valentine coupon book:
A romantic dinner
A walk in the park
A movie night
A back massage

Those are just a few, but the limits are endless!

Grab Your Own Coupon Book for Free!

 For the inside sheets, click here.
For the cover, click here.

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Friday, February 7, 2014

Freebie Friday: Three Valentine Cards

Today is Friday, and you know what that means, its Freebie Friday! I have three Valentine card printables for today because Valentine's Day is looming near. Unfortunately, I don't have any children (yet) but I still like to make paper crafts and give cards out to my friends and family members to celebrate Valentine's Day.

History of Valentine's Day

I plan to get more into the history of Valentine's Day next week, but I want to go over somethings that I learned from simply researching this day filled with hearts, love, and tiny hardly clothed babies with bows and arrows. Since I was in middle school I believed that Valentine's Day was about friendship and not romantic love. This is because Saint Valentine befriended the daughter of his jailer. Before he was executed, it was rumored that he signed his last letter to the girl with "Your Valentine."

Flash Forward to Modern Day

Valentine's Day is a widely celebrated holiday in several countries today. Although, some countries do not celebrate Valentine's Day on February 14th. Some societies celebrate Valentine's Day on July 6th, July 30th, and June 12th.

Get Your Free Valentine Cards

Grab this free printable here.

Grab this free printable here.

Grab this free printable here.

I hope that everyone enjoys these cards! I modeled the first two after two of my favorite songs from my favorite band (The Beatles). To get your own, just click on the links provided, save the image to your computer, and open them in a document file. You will be able to size them to fit your needs.

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Friday, January 31, 2014

Kitchen Cleaning Checklist

Cleaning Checklist

As everyone knows, that I love a clean, organized, and decluttered home. I'm planning on doing a series of posts for every room in the house after my Organize It: Organize and Declutter Your Kitchen series. I plan on providing a plethora of free printables. You will be able to print them out and keep them in a binder to maintain an organized home. During this kitchen series, I have provided several printables, but this cleaning checklist is by far my favorite.

Kitchen Cleaning Checklist

This checklist provides the very basic things that very kitchen needs to be organized, cleaned, and decluttered. Feel free to add on anything else that your kitchen needs.

Grab your very own printable...

Get your own cleaning checklist for your kitchen for free here. Simply, save the photo to your computer, insert it into a word document, and print it!

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Shopping List Template

Shopping List Template

Have you ever found yourself in the store wondering what you made the trip for?
Do you find yourself buying everything except the items that you actually need?

A shopping list template is the perfect way to keep track of what you need. Put in on your fridge to have on hand at a moment's notice. You'll be able to jot down everything that you need as soon as you run out of it. Then, the next time all you have to do is grab your shopping list, and you'll never forget anything that you actually need ever again!

Grab your own shopping list template for free!

Want your very own free shopping list template here. Just save the template to your computer, open a Word document, insert the photo, and print! Print out as many as you want to keep up with all of your grocery needs!

Questions? Comments?

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Free Menu Planner

Do you struggle with coming up with ideas for dinner every, single day?

Has dinner become more of a chore than anything else?

Do you wish that there was an easier way to plan out your family's meals?

The Never-ending Dinner Ficasco

Creating and planning a delicious dinner for you and your family can be quite the chore. On top of chores, work, and everything else that you have to do, planning dinner is probably the least of your worries. That is until dinner time looms closer and closer. 

The mad dash to get a healthy and delicious dinner cooked is no stranger to me or anyone else, and it takes all of the fun out of preparing a meal. Instead of planning all of your meals a few hours before you are supposed to eat, why not plan out a weekly menu.

Making Dinner Easier

Planning out a weekly menu can be a blessing. For starters, you will be able to prepare ahead of time and take some of the frustration and irritation out of cooking. Also, your family can go through the week's menu and if they don't like something they can tell you in advance. 

How to Download the Free Menu Planner

If you are looking to grab your free menu planner just click here. You can print out as many copies as you need! Or you can frame free menu planner and write on the glass to save lovely trees!

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Thursday, January 2, 2014

2014 New Year Resolutions with a Free Printable

I hope that everyone had a great Christmas and an even better New Year! My holiday was filled with family, friends, and A LOT of delicious, yummy foods. The hubster and I have been super busy with the holidays, moving, and work. But, I'm finally back and you can expect a lot more posts from me. My new place is so much bigger than the last house that we lived in. I'm really hoping to do a series on how to declutter and organize your kitchen in the next few weeks, but my posts have been so sporadic that you never really know whats going to show up here. (^-^)

Free New Year Resolution Printable

You can grab a free copy here

Welcome 2014!

A new year is here and with a new year comes your resolutions. Most new year resolutions are things like, quit smoking, lose weight, and just making life better. Most times, the resolutions that we make during the new year are quickly forgotten after the hustle and bustle of the holidays. To simplify your life, you need to do more than just declutter your house. Decluttering and simplifying your life requires you to organize your house and declutter your diet.

New Year Resolutions often get tossed

I have to admit that I'm guilty of tossing and forgetting my new years resolutions mere days after I have meticulously written out my goals, hopes, and dreams for the year. This year will be different because instead of focusing one a specific goal or goals that I want to accomplish this year, I will be focusing more of my energy on changing broader aspects of my life. I see this as me breaking through the chains of self doubt and emerging as a better person all the way around. Who cares if I lose those last pesky fifteen pounds? Isn't getting into an exercise routine and cleaning up my diet more important to my health?

My resolutions...

Like, I've said, my resolutions are way more broad than what I typically do. Here are my nine resolutions for 2014:
1. Learn how to crochet.
2. Teach my husband how to play the piano.
3. Give more time to my family.
4. Create beautiful works of art.
5. Discover a different culture.
6. Read more books.
7. Watch more sun rises.
8. Listen too amazing new artists that I have never heard of before.
9. Be more positive.

What are your plans for this year?

Have you made out your New Year Resolutions and if so what are your goals for this year? As always, feel free to leave any questions or comments below!

Friday, December 13, 2013

Freebie Friday: Another Christmas Printable

Happy Friday the 13th! I hope that everyone is having an inspirational, fantastic day! Since its Friday, I have another free printable to share with you guys. I hope that everyone enjoys it.

Everyone has their favorite Christmas song. Mine just so happens to be I want a Hippopotamus for Christmas. Ever since I was an itty, bitty girl I've enjoyed the song. If you haven't heard this song I've embedded a Youtube video for everyone to enjoy. This Friday's freebie is based on this song.

You can grab your very own lyrical art printable here.

If you would like for me to make a lyrical art print inspired by your favorite Christmas song, just let me know! Feel free to leave any questions or comments below.
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