Hello Summer Toppers {free printable}

 I don’t know about you, but summer is one of my favorite times of the year. I LOVE having my kids home and getting to play and experience life with them is so refreshing!

Today I made a sweet little printable to help you jazz up desserts, fruit, or any kind of food at all! You can make ordinary days special with these simple printables!

What summer doesn’t include popsicles, ice cream cones, sunglasses, sun and watermelon. Aren’t they so cute!

To make them into food picks, simply download, print and cut out designs. Hot glue toothpicks to the back and you are set! SUPER EASY and is even a great project to do with you kids if they are old enough to cut with scissors.

To download the Hello Summer Toppers, click on the link below:

HELLO SUMMER TOPPERS

I hope you have the sunniest of summers and find some extra fun ways to make some memories!

Don’t forget to click here to find these delicious Brownie Surprise cakes:

Here is more summer fun:

DIY Frozen Elsa Dress  /  Summertime Activity House  /  Summertime Cube

This post was previously shared on I Heart Naptime.

Printable Back to School Photo Signs for Kindergarten through 12th Grade! {Free Printable}

Oh my goodness! Can you believe that school is right around the corner?! This summer has been SO fun, but has gone way too fast. I’ve got 3 little ones going to school this year and having seen all of these photo signs everywhere, thought I’d make some and share them with you!

The thing I love about these is that they are super easy to print, cut, have your child hold it and snap a pic. At the end of the year, simply have them hold the other and then look to see how much they have grown! I am always amazed at how much they have changed.

I designed the K-5th Grade in one design and made the 6th-12th grade a little more age appropriate!

You can download the free Back to School Photo Cards by clicking the link below:

First and Last Day of School Photo Signs- K-12th Grade

BUT THAT IS NOT IT! (Did that sound infomercial enough!) :)

You can also find me over at Tatertots and Jello today sharing a fun free printable that coordinates with these free photo signs. You can find the 26 free Back to School Interviews over there now!

Back to School Smile Catcher {free printable} + 7 other amazing Back to School Printables!

You guys, school is right around the corner! Yikes and yippee. Today, you will find 8 amazing back to school printable projects to help you feel back in the Back to School spirit!

I am super excited to share with you this Smile Catcher:


You probably knew them as a cootie catcher, but I thought a smile catcher was a much better name for these sweet little toys that will bring some giggles to your kids lunch!

DIRECTIONS:

To make the Smile Catcher, simply download the free printable. Print and cut it out. Write a sweet little note to your kiddo on the blank section. Now it is time to fold. Laying it on it’s back side (all white) fold all four corner to the middle. (This will fold the pictures and the numbers to the back). Next, turn it over so you can see the jokes and fold each of the points to the center. Fold the Smile Catcher over halfway and then again the other halfway. Put your fingers in the squares where the pictures are and puff it out. (see pic below) You are done. Stick this in your child’s lunch, and they will be guaranteed a few giggles at lunch.


My kids approved all the jokes. :)


And I love that you can write a quick note to let them know how much you love them!

I hope you enjoy this sweet Smile Catcher and hope your school year has a sweet start!

To download the free Smile Catcher, click on the link below:

Smile Catcher- Back to School Edition

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Now click on over to each of these other amazing projects and you will be ready for school in no time!


1. Paging Supermom: Print and frame this Alphabet Art for your wall or to give to teacher.
2. Kiki & Company: Send this fun toy in their lunch, sure to spark somegiggles with friends.
3. Eighteen25: Share this pep talk print with thekids before sending them off to school.
4. The Idea Room: Get the kids ready for Back-to-School with this funCountdown Banner.
5. Simple As That: Inspire a young reader with this free set of printable bookmarks.
6. Whipperberry: Help everybody get in the school routine with this after-school checklist.
7. Thirty Handmade Days: Send your kids back to school with these lunch-box jokes.
8. The Crafting Chicks: Make a sweet gift for teacher with these fill-in notes.

 

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