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Showing posts with label holiday. Show all posts
Showing posts with label holiday. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Turkey Table Kids coloring page

I decided to post a little last minute Thanksgiving fun today.  A week ago I posted this over and Whatever Dee Dee Wants.  SO today you get it from me.  It's Quick and easy and it will make the kids happy!!
 Every year when I was little, my grandmother would set up a kids table for all the grand kids at Thanksgiving and Christmas. We would all sit around and wait for dinner to be served. I would have loved having a coloring and puzzle page to color while I waited for dinner to start.  So for my kiddos this year I made them a coloring place mat.  Just like the kids get when you go to a restaurant.  I added this adorable turkey crayon holder for the table decorations and voile. Your kids table is ready for those hungry kids!

 For added decoration you could make my Turkey Crayon Holder. Give your kids a little something to do while you get Turkey dinner on the table!

Monday, November 24, 2014

Floral Cluster Sash

A Few weeks ago I posted this over at the Ribbon Retreat.  It is a simple way to dress up a simple dress for any holiday!
I love making my little miss a new dress for the holidays but sometimes I just done have time.  So I buy a new frilly dress from Costco or Sam's Club and personalize it a bit.  So whether you buy a dress or make one you can make it fancy with just a few flowers!

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Turkey Crayon Holder

Turkey crayon holder www.freetimefrolics.com

Every year growing up for TThanksgiving we had a kids table.  All the cousins would be there and we would just have fun visiting and playing together for the holiday.  I though for this year I would make something cute and useable for our kids table.  So I came up with this adorable Turkey Crayon holder.  It makes and adorable center piece and holds your kiddos crayons for something to do.  Watch for my kids activity page to go with it in a couple weeks!  Just in time for the Turkey!

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Dr. Who Bow Tie, Father's Day Printable

Dr who fathers day printable www.freetimefrolics.com #fathersday #drWho

Calling all Dr. Who fans!  This one is just for you, a... your Father.  
When I asked my husband what he thought about a bow tie fathers day gift, he said "Bow ties are cool".  Like Dr. Who cool.  So today you are getting the Dr. Who, "Bow Ties are Cool"  free printable for Father's day. And even if your dad doesn't love a real bow tie.  He is sure to love a candy version!

Friday, April 4, 2014

Mr. & Mrs. Bunny Silhouettes {Easter Mantel}

For this Easter I have a vintage Piano in my Front living room that I didn't have last year.  I have been so excited to add a little something to the top.  I started otu with a totally started out with a different idea and it evolved into these adorable Mr. &Mrs. Bunny silhouettes. I cut the bunnies and doilies with my paper cutter. I absolutely love how they turned out! Here is how I did it.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Embroidery Hoop Bunny Door Decor

Embroidery Hoop Burlap Bunny Door decor via www.freetimefrolics.com #bunny #decor #easter

This Spring I wanted something a little different on my door. I love bunnies and it just happens to bee the season.  So I found some embroidery hoops and Burlap at Joanns and went to town.  I made my bunny for less than $5!  Not to bad for  door hanging Peter cottontail! He was super easy to make and took about an hour. So lets get started!

Friday, March 14, 2014

Easy Sew Easter Tote DIY

This year for Easter I thought it would be fun to make the kids an Easter Tote.  Its big enough for Easter Egg hunts, a fun toy or outfit and nothing falls out.  Then I found these adorable grocery bag fabrics at Joann's. The fabric was so cheap only $2.99 a yard. Adorable colors perfect for Easter.  I decided I would personalize each of them with a cute image.  I love how these Easter totes turned out.  My kids love them!

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

St. Patrick's Day Lip Balm Labels {Free Printable}

St. Patrick's Day chapstick lables via www.freetimefrolics.com #freeprintable

Today I thought it would be fun to share a quick printable for St. Patrick's Day. So just in case your Irish you will have Kissable Lips!  Or if your Lucky to get a quick Kiss You will have your "Lucky You" chapstick.

Monday, March 10, 2014

Rainbow Printable Tag and Bag Topper.

I thought I would throw together a few fun printable's for the St. Patrick's day Holiday.  You could also give these anytime you want to tell someone you appreciate them.  Just a quick print and a treat wrapped in gold and you are ready to go.  My kids are going to love waking up to a box of Lucky Charms for breakfast and a bag of Gold in there lunch!

Friday, January 3, 2014

White Chocolate Peppermint Marshmallow Cocoa Sticks

Just before Christmas I found these delightful Marshmallows.  I love anything Peppermint. So I grabbed a bag and took them home.  These yummy cloud like treats are about the size of silver dollars.  I just had to make something delicious with them.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

5 Easter Family Traditions for you Family

Free Time Frolics: 5 Easter Family Traditions for you Family
Do you have any family traditions for Easter??  Our family has a few but nothing set or exciting.  So I decided it was time to make some traditions.  I I have come up with 5 Easter Traditions that any family can adopt as there own.  They are easy to put together and can be inexpensive.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Secret Easter Bunny + Free Printable

Recently a few of my friends and I started talking about Family Easter Traditions.  Most of my family's are just the normal ones, Easter Baskets, Egg hunt, Nice Dinner.  I have been wanting to start some new ones.  I want my kids to associate certain holidays with their beliefs.   So I came up with the Secret Easter Bunny. Similar to a Secret Santa but an egg hunt of sorts. My kids can pick out some treats and dollar store toys and find joy in serving and helping others. Christmas only comes once a year, but many families need help year round. Or do it to surprise a family you know and love.

Monday, January 7, 2013

Poinsettia Hair Flower

For Christmas in 2012 I made my little miss a Knock off Anthropologie lace skirt. I wanted to add a little more drama so I came up with this Poinsettia hair flower.  It added color and a little more Christmas spirit.  Nothing says Christmas little a Poinsettia, right???

It is simple, beautiful and added a bit of elegance to her outfit.

For the DIY Tutorial Link Here

For my Diy Lace Skirt check back later this week!

Friday, December 28, 2012

Bloggers Night {Real Deals}

Just before Christmas we had another bloggers night.  This time it was at Real Deals. Have your heard of Real Deals??? Real Deals a a great company that sell amazing Home Decor at great prices. They were all decked out for Christmas and invited us for a night of shopping. I love my self some great deals and real deals is just the place.
 I picked up a few things for my self.  They should be making it onto the blog soon!
Thanks so much Real Deals for a great night!

For more about our great night see these great blogger!
Emily @ Benson Street
Ashley @ Flats to Flip Flops
McKenzie @ Girl Loves Glam

Are you an Idaho Blogger?? send em an email and join our group!
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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Dollar Dice Games

So for those of you who don't know, I am a Prepper.  I love everything emergency preparedness.  As a member of the LDS church I have been taught to save for a rainy day, build my food storage and have a 72 hour kit.  I love learning about preparedness. I am kind of nerdy that way.  So this year I thought it would be fun to have a gift that can serve a few purposes.  Super inexpensive (Under $5), fun for all ages, easy to store and I can use it in my emergency kit.. 

I love dice games. They are quick and easy and take up no space. And there are son many to choose from.  I decided to pick 5 games I thought my kids would like.  Printed them and glued them to card stock. I personally had them laminated. They just look prettier.  Especially if you are putting them in a 72 hour kit. 
Next I made a cute simple drawstring bag the size of my cards. (Or you can just use a Ziploc bag)

Add some dollar store dice.  They usually come in a 10 pack.  Be sure to check all your dice that they have all the same numbers on them.  I have had a set with no 6 and 2 ones on the same dice. I guess that's why they were at the dollar store. 

If you want you could also add a small note book and pencil if you want for scoring.  

Here are the games I chose for my family.  you can click on the link and print them off your self.  
I tried to keep them pretty simple so most my kids could play too. 

I added a notepad and pencil to keep track of score.  I also added a dry erase marker for the extra games I added below. 
For one of my games I used this cute gingerbread from Kinzie Kreations. This one either requires you to laminate and have a dry erase or crayon or have a notebook to draw they gingerbread.

And I printed this one from Fabulous finds.  The dice game Ten Thousand. She has it all ready to print. 
If you would like more dice games to add to your fun try this website they have loads of dice games 
If you are using them in a 72 hour kit, place your notebook in a ziploc bag to keep it away from moisture. Make a drawstring bag for all your stuff and you are ready to go.  
My kids are super excited to play these games.  I hope yours will too.  Do you have any fun deice games your kids love?  I would love to hear from you.  I would love to add a few to our game bag.
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