Month: December 2014

Month: December 2014

Free Yearly Goal Tracking Printable

2015 begins tomorrow, all shiny and new.  This is a glorious time for list-makers and goal-setters like me.  I’ve been dreaming of the challenges I want to undertake for the coming year and I imagine many of you are on the same page. One of my main goals for the

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LDS Primary Chorister Planner

I was just called to be the Primary Chorister in our ward!  I am thrilled and terrified all at once. Because I’m a planning, list-making nerd I immediately went to work to find resources to go along with the 2015 Primary Outline.   There are several darling chorister planners out there,

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Heirloom Stockings: Treasures in Progress

I was blessed to spend a lot of time with my Grandma while I was growing up.  We got together frequently for family dinners and to celebrate birthdays and holidays.  We spent a week together every summer at  Lake Powell  (and 2013, 2012, 2011, 2008).  My sisters and I joined in singing

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Pattern: Simple Colors Quiet Book

I have a bit of an obsession with felt.  I adore hand sewing with felt and have made a multitude of games, play mats, quiet books and the like for my kids.  I say “for my kids” but what I really mean is that I LOVE sewing with felt and

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Finger Knit Gifts Kids Can Make

We’ve been crafting up a storm around here in preparation for Christmas.  We hosted a handmade gift exchange for kids and have had so much fun dreaming up and making gifts for our new friends. Our resident finger knitter has been hard at work. She made a darling set of finger

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Gifts Kids Can Make: Alien Notebook Covers

We hosted a handmade gift exchange for kids this month.  It was so fun to learn about another family and dream up gifts to make for them! Ethan had a blast creating these notebooks for two of the boys in the family we were paired up with. We learned they are

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Gifts Kids Can Make: DIY Toddler Crayons

My six year old desperately wanted to give his siblings a gift for Christmas.  He told me he was planning to buy Ellie a motorized scooter, but he thought he might not have enough money (he has about $6) and asked if I’d be willing to chip in.  He had

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Quick Lit: December 2014

The Happiness of Pursuit First of all, isn’t that the best title ever?  This book was fascinating.  It tells the stories of many people who found and followed their own quests.  It includes everything from not speaking for 17 years to visiting every country on the planet to craft projects.

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Pattern: Tiny Nativity Embroidery Collection {Free Patterns}

I’m excited to be joining in on Camille’s Online Advent Calendar today. I have been so inspired by the other posts in her series.  Thank you, Camille, for putting together such a great resource! Today I have a collection of free embroidery patterns for you. They are pretty darling, if I

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Crafts for Kids: Wooden Star Ornaments

These ornaments are a perfect blend of ease and beauty.  The best combination for crafting with kids! Supplies Wooden stars (like these . I purchased ours for .29/each  in the wood crafts section at Michaels) Glitter paint (we used the Martha Steward brand in Pewter) Kids Markers Yarn Drill (for making holes

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