Making gift boxes is my absolutely favorite paper craft to do. With just a little bit of imagination, a simple box can be customized to fit any holiday. But, the thing that I love about these little DIY Halloween treat gift boxes is that it is the perfect craft project for kids.
Well, one more summer has come to an end, and a wonderful Fall seems to be just around the corner. I love the crisp, cool weather. I love being able to pull out my Fall wardrobe – chucking the flip flops for my socks and booties. There are only a few issues with Fall that I dread… ragweed pollen and Fall cleaning. My goal each year is to complete each item on my Ultimate Fall Cleaning Checklist Printable before the ragweed pollen season ends. (My sinuses let me know if I have succeeded) 😉
What Your Family Needs to Know…
In the event of my death – free Printable
Not long ago, my uncle (whom I shall refer to as “A”) suffered a severe stroke. Although he has not yet made a full recovery, we were thankful that he survived it. However, the many months following the stroke were incredibly difficult for my aunt (whom I shall refer to as “B”), and not just because of the health issues. You see, “A” had always handled the finances, bills, and what not. While, “B” just did her job and spent money as needed.
I thought that all my readers might like a chance to see some of the nice, free wall art printables that are available in the Printables’ Gallery. Normally, access to these printables are reserved for my email subscribers, but I have decided to open the Printables Gallery for a limited time to the entire public. Sort of a sneak peek. 🙂
I wanted to take the time to show you a few easy craft projects that can be done with some of my free printables. So I thought, what better way to get started but to show you how to create your very own tear away notepads. You know the kind – similar to the standard sticky notes. (minus the sticky). These DIY tear away notepads are incredibly easy to make.