With the 4th of July just around the corner… I found some great printables you can use for family fun as well as decorating too!  The “God Bless America….” is from Landee See, Landee Do and in sizes 5×7 and 8×10.  Find a white frame and you have a great decoration for your home!

The 4th of July Free Printable Bingo Cards come from Makedoodle and would be great game to play with the family!  I know Colin would just love this!  You can find some cheap buttons or just cut some squares out of paper or cardstock!

Another great FREE 4th of July printable!  Grab the Free 4th of July Word Art from The Crafting Chicks. You can choose to print up to a 16×20 in size.

Visit Made In A Day to grab two great FREE 4th of July Printables.  These include cupcake toppers as well as a fun printable you can use to decorate your home!


I am loving this great idea for a Mother’s Day gift!  Mason Jar Planter Box from Shanty 2 Chic.


(1) 1×4 Furring Strip

(3) Mason Jars

(2) Door Pulls

Total Cost should be under $8.00


Visit Shanty 2 chic for step by step directions with pictures.



What a cool upcycle project to make!  Visit Fun In The Making to learn how to make the Punched Tin Christmas Tree Ornaments.  These are made from Tin lids and would be super cute on any tree!

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I chose a different name for this project because I think you can do pretty much about anything you want with the ornament. The once pictured above is called Christmas in Paris Ornament from Plaid.  I think this would be cute to fill with family pics too!

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Twig Christmas Tree

How cute is this Christmas Tree Twig Art from At Home With K?  These would be easy to make and would make great gifts.  Check out the full directions HERE.  If you did not have access to the beadboard you can just use cardstock and a frame found around the house or thrift shopping.   If you attempt do send in pics to me :)

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I just love printable decorations since they are easy to make and do not break the bank.  Check out these cute printable Gingerbread Houses from We Love To Illustrate.  One tip I suggest is that you print the gingerbread houses on cardstock.  I love how you can even add ribbon to make this in to an ornament.


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How cute are these stockings?  These are made from Sweaters and was featured on The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homekmaking.  She just took old sweaters that she or her kiddo’s grew out of and hand stitched them.  I love how no sewing machine is needed since I do not have one…but can hand stitch.  Head on over and learn how to make the Sweater Stockings.

If you do not have sweaters you want to part with…check yard sales and second hand stores.  We have one that sells them cheap.  I love the stocking with buttons!


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