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Have Fun with it Friday: End of school Year Tradition {Good-bye 1st Grade, Hello 2nd Grade! Hello Preschool!}

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End of school Year Tradition: Good-bye 1st Grade, Hello 2nd Grade! Hello Preschool!

End of school Year Tradition: Good-bye 2nd Grade!

End of school Year Tradition: Hello 2nd Grade!

End of school Year Tradition: Hello Preschool!

“PINSPIRATION”, FROM PINTEREST:

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• Project: Have Fun with it Friday: End of school Year Tradition {Good-bye 1st Grade, Hello 2nd Grade! Hello Preschool!}
Hayden had just completed 1st grade and Morgan will be doing another year of preschool (so hers just said “Hello Preschool”). It was a cute thing for the girls to wake up to on their last day of school to find these cute popsicle sticks in their breakfast!!
• Difficulty rating (1=easiest, 5= way too hard!): 1
• Time: 5 minutes
• Would I do it again? yes! the smile on the girls faces was priceless…sometimes it’s the little things that they remember 🙂
• What I would do differently: Wish I would have started this when Hayden was in Preschool!
• Items used: Card Stock, Popsicle sticks, and adorable printable from: Crayon Wishes and Popsicle Dreams

Have you done anything for your kids from Pinterest lately? I would love to see it if you have! Send a link in the comment form below 🙂

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I hope you were inspired as much as I was. If not, click on “Recommend a Pin” above and I would love to hear any suggestions you might have!
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Karie J

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Tidy it Thursday: Free Printable and Removable Canister Labels

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“PINSPIRATION”, FROM PINTEREST:

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• Project: Tidy it Thursday: Free Printable and Removable Canister Labels
• Difficulty rating (1=easiest, 5= way too hard!): 1
• Time: 1o minutes
• Would I do it again? Yes! I actually printed both colors available (the black and green), and might switch mine up for the green just for kicks!
• What I would do differently: wish I would have done it sooner! These were super easy and turned out pretty cute!
• Items used: Free Printable (and removable) Canister labels from: http://www.marthastewart.com/275254/organizing-clip-art/@center/326420/martha-stewart-clip-art-and-template-crafts#/892141?xsc=eml_org_2012_04_07&om_rid=NskPCk&om_mid=_BPgC1uB8d-kYqw

Have you done anything from Pinterest lately? What’s inspiring you?

I hope you were inspired as much as I was. If not, click on “Recommend a Pin” above and I would love to hear any suggestions you might have!
Until ipinterest again!

Karie J

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Make it Monday: DIY Bird Seed Wreath!

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DIY Bird Seed Wreath

DIY Bird Seed Wreath

DIY Bird Seed Wreath

“PINSPIRATION”, FROM PINTEREST:

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• Project: Make it Monday: DIY Bird Seed Wreath!
• Difficulty rating (1=easiest, 5= way too hard!): 2, super simple and fun project to do with the kiddos
• Time: 2 days (includes drying time)
• Would I do it again? yes! The bird ate it up right away so we will definitely have to do another one, it turned out so cute!
• What I would do differently: do different shapes like stars, hearts, you name it!
• Items used: birdseed, bunt pan mold, burlap from Home Depot (cheapest place to get it), and adorable recipe for the wreath from: http://www.infarrantlycreative.net/2012/03/birdseed-wreath.html

Have you done anything from Pinterest lately? What’s inspiring you?
I hope you were inspired as much as I was. If not, click on “Recommend a Pin” above and I would love to hear any suggestions you might have!
Until ipinterest again!

Karie J

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Tidy it Thursday: How to Organize Kids Toys

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How to Organize Kids Toys!

How to Organize Kids Toys!

“PINSPIRATION”, FROM PINTEREST:

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Project: Tidy it Thursday: How to Organize Kids Toys! Had a lot of fun with this one and we’re really happy how it turned out. Thanks to my wonderful best friend Jackie for this vision!
• Difficulty rating (1=easiest, 5= way too hard!): 4- really because it took some time sorting through, weeding out, rearranging!
• Time: many days worth!
• Would I do it again? yes! I loved how this turned out and the girls even keep it together! With the labeled bins it’s easier at pick up time to make sure things get to their original homes.
• What I would do differently: nothing 😉 I really like this one.
• Items used: Ikea Expedit Shelving unit, Ikea Branas baskets, Ikea plants and pots, our own books and toys, Ikea bird picture and frame, Target Hydrangeas, and great organizing labels from: http://betterhomesandgardens.com , organizing idea from:  merrimentstyle.com

Have you done anything from Pinterest lately? What’s inspiring you?
I hope you were inspired as much as I was. If not, click on “Recommend a Pin” above and I would love to hear any suggestions you might have!
Until ipinterest again!

Karie J

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Make it Monday: DIY Scrapbook paper letters

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DIY Scrapbook paper letters

“PINSPIRATION”, FROM PINTEREST:

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• Project: Make it Monday: DIY Scrapbook paper letters: Hayden and Morgan share a room so we decided to do something cute when people enter their room. ‘H’ for Hayden and ‘M’ for Morgan; also cute because it’s also a play of fof H&M store, one of my favs!
• Difficulty rating (1=easiest, 5= way too hard!): 2 super simple to do!
• Time: 15 minutes
• Would I do it again? yes! I love Modpodge and simple projects
• What I would do differently: nothing
• Items used: H & M cardboard letters from Michael’s, Modpodge from Hobby Lobby, adorable idea from: domesticimperfection.blogspot.com

Have you done anything from Pinterest lately? What’s inspiring you?
I hope you were inspired as much as I was. If not, click on “Recommend a Pin” above and I would love to hear any suggestions you might have!
Until ipinterest again!

Karie J
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Make it Monday: DIY Tile Coasters from Scrapbook paper and Home Depot tiles!

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DIY Tile coasters

DIY Tile Coasters

“PINSPIRATION”, FROM PINTEREST:

• Project: Make it Monday: DIY Tile Coasters from Scrapbook paper and Home Depot tiles!
• Difficulty rating (1=easiest, 5= way too hard!): 1
• Time: 15 minutes
• Would I do it again? yes! It was so simple not to do!
• What I would do differently: Change of te scrapbook paper
• Items used: adorable idea from: lightrefreshmentsserved.com , brushed Modpodge on precut scrapbook paper to adhere to super cheap white tiles from Home Depot, then attached felt pads to the bottom of the coaster

Have you done anything from Pinterest lately? What’s inspiring you?
I hope you were inspired as much as I was. If not, click on “Recommend a Pin” above and I would love to hear any suggestions you might have!
Until ipinterest again!

Karie J
party on here:

”The

Tip Junkie handmade projects
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Have fun with it Friday: Welcome Summer party with free printable party favor and a welcome summer sign!

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“Welcome Summer” sign to run through and welcome summer!

“Have a Ball this Summer” free printable party favor!

Chalkboard frame countdown sign once again!

“PINSPIRATION”, FROM PINTEREST:

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• Project: Have fun with it Friday: Welcome Summer party with free printable party favor and a welcome summer sign!
• Difficulty rating (1=easiest, 5= way too hard!): 1
• Time: 20 minutes total
• Would I do it again? yes! Every year for sure 🙂
• What I would do differently: wish I would have started this sooner!
• Items used: Kraft paper for the Welcome Summer sign (idea from: laurie.tipjunkie.com ), cardstock and water balls (idea and free printable from: printable.tipjunkie.com), and my previous chalkboard frame I made from another post to use for the countdown ( http://ipinterest.me/2012/01/09/day-40-outdoors-we-will-goget-crafty-diy-chalkboard-spray-paint-message-board-frame/ )!

Have you done anything from Pinterest lately? What’s inspiring you?
I hope you were inspired as much as I was. If not, click on “Recommend a Pin” above and I would love to hear any suggestions you might have!
Until ipinterest again!

Karie J

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