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Friday, June 20, 2014

Frozen Inspired Elsa & Anna Aprons

Around our house we are total Frozen fans.  We have had a frozen party, watch the movie dozens of times and we must have an Elsa braid everyday. So when Rachel asked me to participate in a month of Disney I knew exactly what I wanted to do.  So I whipped up these darling Anna and Elsa Aprons for the little miss! 

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Patriotic Hair Bows

  Today I am sharing a fun and easy hair bow that is perfect for any time of year but especially for the 4th of July!  Every 4th I dress my kids super patriotic.  The boys usually get some sort of T- shirt and hat while little miss gets whatever my mind has come up with.  Skirts, shirts, hats, knickers, I get creative!  You can check out this post for 15 clothing items to wear for the 4th

This year the Ribbon Retreat asked me to come up with something for the 4th and I was excited to get my hands on some Diamond Mesh.  It comes by the yard and about 4 inches wide. It is perfect to use for bows, headbands or to hand stitch on to clothing. 

Sunday, June 15, 2014

LDS Youth June Lesson: Priesthood Keys

It has been a while since I posted an LDS Youth Curriculum printable so to go with my lesson today I made this one.  I truly believe that this church is the truest on the earth.  We have leaders that will not lead us astray. Ans though the members of the church are not always perfect, HIS gospel is perfect.  Being a true follower or Christ means having faith in his plan and putting our trust in those he has called. 

Monday, June 9, 2014

Inspirational Graduation Gifts

Since last August I have been the Young Women's President for my ward.  For those not of the LDS Faith, I lead the teenage girls 12-18 in my ward.  I strive to bring them closer to Christ through weekly activities, temple trips, Sunday Lessons and friendship.  So this year for graduation gifts I decided to go a little more personal.  
Earlier in the year I asked our girls to share a quote or thought. We had them write them down and we shared them with a less active girl in our ward. I remembered a few of the inspirational quotes and turned them into necklaces. With the help from Charming Sarabella's Etsy shop.

Friday, June 6, 2014

Tag Along Tote Update

I have totally been slacking off this week.  The kids are finally out of school and We adopted 2 puppies from the local shelter. Yes I am crazy! So in all my free time I whipped up a tag along tote for one of my kids teachers and got the photos taken for the updated!  So click on the link and it will take you to the original post for this adorable, roomy free tote bag pattern!  I have adjusted the size, strap attachment and dimensions for a better bag! Enjoy!  

Monday, June 2, 2014

Summer Citrus Slush

A a youth I remember every big summer activity we had this drink that I just loved. We called it SLOP. It stood for Seven-up, lemonade, orange juice and Pineapple.  Put them all together and what do you get?  SLOP! You mix up the each ingredients and enjoy. So I decide to make it a yummy, cool slush that my kids can enjoy on a hot summer day.  I love mixing this up and freezing it in old Ice cream containers and keeping it for a few weeks.  This recipe isn't an exact match but it is delicious and perfect for those hot summer days!

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