Printable Modern Labels

free, modern labels you can print to use in organization all around the house! the possibilities are endless.

Hello, again! I am Brenda visiting from From Me, With Love. I can probably write down a list (a very short list) of chores we like to do around here. One that would not be on it is….doing the laundry. Sure putting it in is easy but then remembering to put it in the dryer, then actually putting it in the dryer and then folding it….. ugh. It is such a long process on a never ending cycle.

I told myself that if my laundry room was cuter I’d be sure to do the laundry more often. Not sure if that holds any truth but I will say I don’t run away from the laundry room which means it is cute enough.

free, modern labels you can print to use in organization all around the house! the possibilities are endless. [Read more...]

School Checklist printable

Hey guys, Vanessa from Our Thrifty Ideas again. Now I’m gonna get serious on you right off the bat. You guys…… it’s almost time for kids to head back to school. SERIOUSLY? I can’t believe that Summer is almost over and that we need to think about doing the BTS shopping already. I am seriously dreading it lately, because I can only imagine the multiple times we will be back and forth to the store for clothes, lunch items, school supplies and then a few more times for all the things we missed. Seriously, I’m giving myself a panic attack while typing this! I am a list person….like I have lists for everything! You should see the reminders in my phone, the notepads by my bed. The lists are kinda insane!!

Printable Back to School checklist

So today I’m sharing a printable that’s going to save my sanity, and hopefully yours too. It’s a 3 page download (in either pink or blue). One sheet for lunch/snack ideas, one for clothes shopping and one for school supplies.

If you are like me, You’ll need to get the clothes done in the next few weeks and get them all washed and ready for the 1st days of school. Lunch and snack shopping will most likely be done the weekend before school starts, and then we will wait until the kids get a list from school of exactly what is needed. We’ll get the basics (backpack, lunchbox, pencils and paper) before but I just expect that we will be making more than one trip for those supplies. [Read more...]

Donut Gift Tags | Birthday Blog Hop

Hey y’all! I’m excited to be joining in on this blog hop with Kristen Duke as part of her Birthday Celebration Week. There are over 100 bloggers all teaming up to bring you a unique little birthday gift idea for under $5 – and they all include a free printable with them! So, here is my submission: donuts! I don’t know about you, but I would be thrilled if someone showed up at my door with donuts. They’re my absolute favorite.

Free Printable Donut Gift Tags for Birthdays!

Donuts really do keep you young. Scientific fact! So if you want to use these fun birthday tags I made you can print them off below. I recommend using cardstock, but any white paper will do.

birthday donut gift tags - free printable! [Read more...]

Summer Reading Chart & Reward System

So now that it’s the beginning of July, and we are all realizing that we are going a little crazy with the kids at home all day long, it’s time to get a schedule together. Part of this schedule needs to include reading time for the kids so they can keep up with their reading level from end of the school year.

Summer Reading Chart and Reward System for Kids

If the kids don’t read, they might drop a level by the beginning of the new school year. Reading takes practice, just like any sport or musical instrument. I’m so bad at remembering to make my kids read during the summer and I’m sure some of you might have some trouble with this too. So I’ve made some fun printables to use this summer to keep the kids enjoying reading. [Read more...]