Lead with love and your path will be a little easier.
It’s that time again…..
After a long school year, your kids are probably excited for summer vacation!
Everyone loves our back to school sign so much that we created this fun and free Last Day of School sign that they can proudly display in a photo as a memento of the last day. All you need to do is download the file, print it, fill out the prompts and take a photo!
Click here for the Last Day of School print pack.
A superhero-themed birthday party sounds pretty super, and to help you pull off the perfect party for your little caped crusader, we’ve created some fantastic downloadable freebies. These customizable invitations, thank you cards, and gift bag stickers are easy to make, but you’ll look like you have superhuman party planning powers.
FOR THE INVITES — (download in blue or pink) and follow these easy peasy instructions:
1) open PDF in Adobe Reader (you can download Adobe Reader for free here)
2) place your cursor in the text box and type in your information
3) print out invites on white card stock
4) cut out
5) place in a A7 envelope (5 1/4″ x 7 1/4″) and pop in the mail!
FOR THE THANK YOU CARDS — (download in blue or pink) and follow these easy peasy instructions:
1) open PDF
2) print out on white cover stock
3) cut out
4) fill out thank you
5) place in an envelope A2 envelope ( 4 3/8″ x 5 3/4″) and pop in the mail!
FOR THE GIFT BACK STICKERS — (download in blue or pink) and follow these easy peasy instructions:
1) open PDF
2) print out on 2.5″ round labels, which you can find at Paper Source here or use Avery Labels 5294
3) write your kid’s name
4) stick on gift/favor bags!
For more super-duper birthday gift ideas, check out our full assortment of personalized growth charts and personalized shirts for kids.
A while back, we created an oversized 1st Birthday Infographic, which was a big hit with our blog readers as well as our followers on Instagram and Facebook, and we’re at it again with help from our darling model Sophie. We love creating fab freebies, like this new birthday countdown poster, to help celebrate kids’ many milestones.
Similar to an advent calendar, this poster is a super fun way for kiddos to mark off the days until their birthday! Simply click to download and you’ll be directed to download a zipped folder which will include 1 poster and an instructions sheet.
Click here to download the FREE birthday party countdown poster.
Sometimes the most important thing is to simply show up. Being there for friends, family, a movement or even just yourself can
be as big of a gesture as anything else!
Like many other 8.5×11 printables, we are providing a couple colour options as well as some black-and-white friendly options.
Click here for the printable download.
Our fab Creative Director Hillary is at it again, creating a fun freebie for all you parents to do with your kids.
Half of the country is under snow and the other half seems to be having a heat wave, but everyone can experience a little winter wonderland with these DIY snow globes. Here’s what you’ll need and the step-by-step instructions to create your own homemade snow globes.
FOR THIS PROJECT, YOU WILL NEED:
1 – Waterproof glue (We used E600)
2 – Glitter (tinsel glitter gives more of a snowing effect. We mixed tinsel glitter with regular sparkly glitter)
3 – Liquid gylcerin (you can get this at your local pharmacy. We’ve heard baby oil works just as well.)
4 – Glass jars (we used a variety of sizes and shapes)
5 – Figurines, plastic toys, and/or trees
6 – Ribbon (optional)
7 – Water (distilled is best)
OK, LET’S GET STARTED:
– Use glue to adhere figurines and/or trees onto the jar’s lid. If you need your figure to stand up a little taller, you might want to glue your figure on to a thin piece of wood and then glue that inside the lid. Let this dry for several hours or overnight. (Trust us — you want to let this dry. We got excited about our first batch and didn’t let them dry properly. They ended up coming unglued when we shook the snow globe.)
– After the figurines have dried, gather your glitter, glycerin and distilled water. Fill up the jar with water and add a drop or two of glycerin — depending on the size of the jar. The glycerin helps “snow” fall down more slowly. We checked the water level by gently placing our lid back on the jar. Add more water or dump some water out if needed. You want to avoid having too much air when you seal it up.
– Add the glitter. Use a good amount. You can never have too much glitter, right?
– Put a line of glue around the rim of the jar. Now screw the lid with the figure on to the jar. Make sure it’s tight. Let the glue dry — give it a couple hours or let it dry overnight again. Then we added another bead of glue around the lip of the lid when we turned it over, just to make sure it doesn’t leak at all.
– If you want to decorate it further, you can now add ribbon around the lid.
– Enjoy your snow globe and as they say, “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!”
We’ve been super busy – with our heads down in our own little design word – so we wanted to take a break and let off a little steam. And how to we do that? With some crazy Mad Libs-style notecards that have our kids (and us) cracking up!
Click here to download the FREE mad libs style thank you notes.
Looking for a fun craft for a day full of winter flurries? We loved making these fun snowflakes out of the coffee filters we had on hand.
Check out our Instagram to see how we did it.
As much as we need a few hours to get work done or enjoy the occasional date night, we still get a little nervous leaving our little ones behind. We know they’re in good hands, but having an informational sheet with pertinent and emergency contact information is not only smart, but also just gives us some much needed peace of mind.
Click here to download the FREE printable emergency contact form.
Your BIG 2021 goals deserve a BIG calendar! Download our free GIANT calendar. Did we mention it’s big?
Like our other large-format printables, this calendar can be downloaded and taken to local printer, like FedEx Office, Staples, or Alphagraphics, and printed at a jumbo 36”x48” or smaller at 24”x32” or 12”x16”.