Archive | August, 2013

Visiting Teaching Phone Cards

27 Aug

Visiting Teaching Phone Card

Here is a quick download for you as an aid for the ladies on your Visiting Teaching list. I created these Visiting Teaching phone cards as a 4×6 or wallet size print out. I uploaded them to my local photo print shop for one hour print and then gave them to my ladies for a […]

Potty Party

26 Aug

Potty Party Toilet Candle

I heard potty training was hard. I had been collecting tips and tricks about potty training since before I was even through my first trimester with my oldest! Yep, I wanted to be prepared. I wanted to be super mom who had her kid potty trained by 18 months! Haha. Unrealistic, huh? My obsession started […]

Quick & Easy Manwich Meals

21 Aug

This post brought to you by Manwich. All opinions are 100% mine. For many of my readers, kids are back in school and routines are being reestablished. For my household, we may not have kids in school but we have a mommy in school. A mommy in school, and a working mommy. I know, you […]

How To Swaddle A Baby

20 Aug

How To Swaddle A Baby

When I had my first child, I swear that kid kept kicking out of her blanket. I’d re-wrap and re-wrap all day long. I even purchased the Velcro swaddles and she’d kick so hard it would undo the Velcro. At about 3 months, I finally gave up and she learned to be soothed without it. […]

“Berry Special” Basket Of Strawberries Handout

19 Aug

Berry Basket Handout

These adorable strawberries are sure to brighten anyone’s day. While they don’t appear to be edible, untie the paper berry to reveal a special goodie inside! My mom and I filled them with Hershey’s Kisses and passed them out to her Relief Society sisters who have callings in other auxiliaries. It just served as a […]

We Thought You “Otter” Know…

19 Aug

This post brought to you by Jel Sert. All opinions are 100% mine. Do your kids have a special treat they want or get when they are sick? Around flu season we tend to keep a lot of Otter Pops in stocked in our freezer for those sore throats, fevers, or just crummy days. Otter […]

DIY Gift Bags

13 Aug

Print & Cut DIY Gift Bags

Have you ever wanted to make a gift bag for cookies or treats? With this month’s freebie from My Memories Suite, you could learn how to create your own scrapbook paper digitally and then print and cut DIY gift bags with your paper creation! Do I have your attention now? My Memories Suite has a great template […]

DIY Pencil Treat Box

8 Aug

DIY Pencil Box- print, cut and fold! Fill with goodies for teachers

With school starting this week, I thought it would be fun to put together an easy printable for your kids to take to their teacher’s as a welcome back from summer gift. I took the template from my Flower Boxes and created a DIY pencil treat box for you to print, cut and fold. Fill […]

Visiting Teaching August 2013 Handout

7 Aug

Visiting Teaching Handout August 2013

This month’s visiting teaching message is about welfare. In the very beginning of the message it explains that the purposes of Church welfare are to help members become self-reliant, to care for the poor and needy, and to give service. At the end of the message it asks two questions: How am I preparing to care for myself and […]

His And Hers Mugs

5 Aug

His And Hers Mugs

This is a fun and trendy gift idea for under $5! Mugs with a mustache for him, the Mr., and a kiss for her, the Mrs. Darling, right? These His & Hers mugs require only 3 supplies; 2 mugs (dollar store), Oil-based Sharpie pen (about $2 at most arts & crafts stores, try to use […]