It’s Mental Health Awareness Month, and if we are being honest, we can all use a little encouragement sometimes. I love typographical art, and I love positive quotes, Bible verses, and such. This month, we have so much going on with state testing at school, mounting pressures stemming from the end of the school year, and also the fact that we are all exhausted after a busy and stressful school year. You may be feeling the burn too from the same stressors, or totally different ones. I thought I’d make a little free printable to help remind us all we CAN get through it and we WILL.
As always, my printables are best printed on 8.5×11 cardstock, and no larger. To download them, please right click on the picture and save it to your device. For best results, use a print shop. I like to use Staples Copy and Print for mine.
Please remember this image is my own personal design and is to be used for personal use only; not for commercial use. If you do use them and post about them anywhere, please tag me.
I really wanted to create a cute, simple spring wreath, but I didn’t want to spend a fortune on it. I did some digging and found a grapevine wreath I already had, plus some Dollar Tree flowers left over from a birthday party.
I quickly arranged the flowers at the side of the wreath, by crossing the stems.
I then added a wooden letter, repurposed from another project, to balance out the flowers.
I then added a bow to cover the stems and floral wire.
I created this wreath using almost all repurposed materials from my own stash. Total cost? $8, for the ribbon.
Not bad, huh? What spring projects have you created lately?
Does anyone else really like to color when you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed? I don’t often find myself with time to color or draw, but when I have extra time, I find it peaceful and relaxing.
Instead of my usual once a month printable, I decided to do something different this time: offer three botanical prints that you can color, paint, or simply print, frame and hang up. They’re simply designed and I think they’re adorable. Remember, for best results, do not print larger than 8.5X11. To download, simply right-click and save them to your machine. Please do not use these for commercial use; they are to be used for free and personal use only. And, as always, if you should use these in a blog post, please tag me and give me credit. Thanks!
The temperatures are still a little cool around here to start setting out spring flowers, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t started thinking about what I want to plant.
I’ve recently happened upon all sorts of neat ideas for turning things into unique planters. Recycling unwanted household items by filling them with beautiful flowers is a win-win situation, in my opinion.
My grandpa gave me this cute old chair. It had a metal slat seat in it. I took the seat out and popped a planter into it. Doesn’t it look cute with this fern in it?
I want an old washtub so I can do this! Wouldn’t that be cute?
This toolbox planter is absolutely adorable.
I need a carriage now so I can plant flowers in it.
I have never thought about planting anything in a flour sifter but this is pretty cute!
I hope you all have a great week! Join us on Friday for our spring home tour.
Good Friday morning to you! I hope you are all well and healthy. At this time, many of us are planning our yearly spring cleaning projects and trying to find more efficient ways to do our regular cleaning.
If you know me at all, you know how much I love making lists, especially if it’s a checklist. This week, I thought I’d share two of my printable checklists with you.
There are certain cleaning chores I like to complete each week, but sometimes we get busy and I need a visual to help me remember what I’ve finished.
To download, right click on the picture and save to your device. Please remember these are for personal use only and are not to be used commercially.