What are you doing for Thanksgiving? Do you travel or host? Do you have multiple Thanksgivings because of both sides of the family? This year we are traveling to Michigan to see my dad for Thanksgiving as well as my husband’s side of the family. So I will be cooking at my dad’s house and eating at my grandma-in-law’s. Wait…I will be eating at both places (of course!) but thankfully one will be on Thursday and one will be on Friday. Oh joy!
Hey Creatives! It’s Carmel, from Our Fifth House, and I’m back today with a super easy and fun project that you could complete in less than 30 minutes and would make a great gift for any of your home-loving friends this holiday season! Add to that, it costs practically nothing to create, so it’s pretty much the best little project ever (in my humble opinion).
Today Sarah from Sarah Dorsey Designs is here to share with you a free printable “Home is Wherever I’m With You.” As someone who has lived in Illinois, Virginia, California, Washington and Indiana this statement is pure fact. As long as I am with my family I am at home.
I saw these adorable font art pieces at Uncommon Goods perfect for Mother’s Day. The artist is Patricia Carlin and she has all sorts of cool stuff on there. The ones I liked the best was the math equations showing the infinite love you have for your kiddos or grandkids. They are super simple to make using the online program Ipiccy.com and would be a quick gift for Mother’s Day this weekend. I also have a free printable to help you get started.
Despicable Me 2 is coming out this summer. (Yippee Yahoooo!) The Farrant family is so excited about that since Despicable Me was our most favorite family movie night to date. We love a little Gru and the minions. When my son saw the adorable Despicable Me 2 printable Valentine’s on Make and Takes we quickly printed them off and got started on addressing them for his class.
I must admit I haven’t even thought about Valentine’s Day yet. I am knee deep in My Biggest DIY project ever. I am glad Jamie makes it easy for me. A quick print and I have a cute Valentine for my kids. Please welcome Jamie back with an adorable free printable valentines day card for your kids.
I love New Year’s Eve. We usually have a small group of friends over at our house to ring in the new year. I asked my friend and web designer Shannon to create a printable to give a Tic-Tac gift to all the people who are attending. I mean, after all, we all need fresh breath to give those New Years kisses.