It almost time to count down to the New Year! Setting up for our party and thought I would share the printable we love to use for it! You can find the JPG here or the PDF here. xo, Annaka ©PrincessSnap. All rights reserved. Free for personal use only.
This months visiting teaching message is a beautiful message about the purpose of Relief Society. This year, I will be giving a frame to each of my sisters, with a new 8″x10″ print each month . You can find the 8″x10″ printable PDF here. ©398dot2. All rights reserved. Free for personal use only.
My kids are getting older, and I have watched as the magic of Christmas is slowly disappearing. However, I was so happy to notice that the reason for this beautiful season has become more important than what is under the tree. Even though it is hard as a Mom to realize that life moves quickly,… Read More
I am in love with watercolors right now. I just finished an art class and want to make everything soft, ethereal watercolors. Enjoy a copy of this dream print here. ©398dot2. All rights reserved. Free for personal use only.
I love this reminder. What a great, family motto! Enjoy a copy of this 8″x10″ printable here, perfect for a gallery wall. ©398dot2. All rights reserved. Free for personal use only.
It almost Valentine’s Day! I am absolutely in love with stripes and gold, this is the perfect print to brighten a winter day! Print your own 8″x10″ printable here. xo, Annaka ©398dot2. All rights reserved. Free for personal use only.
Does it seem like you are bombarded with paper once the school year starts? It does for me. It seems like every year the kids bring home tons (and I do mean tons) of ‘priceless’ memories. I’m pretty sure we’ve cut down our own rain forest with the amount of papers we get each… Read More
This was such a fun activity, the kids loved creating their own tiny rock village! We collected varying sizes of river rock, washed them and painted them with acrylic paint. Mimicking those cute miniature Christmas villages, we had our own little Christmas in July. The kids came up with a city hall, barber shop, skyscraper,… Read More
Kids love experimenting with sand. Because it is naturally tactile, sand is a perfect way for children explore colors and patterns, of course they don’t care about that, they just want to have fun! Here is an easy art project the kids love…in the back yard (hint, hint). To introduce the activity we watched this… Read More
The kids wanted to say thank you to Patrick for all of his sneaky goodies so we decided to make Leprechaun Doughnuts. These miniature doughnuts take only three ingredients but they are sure to put a smile on your Leprechaun. Just grab some O shaped cereal (or any other ‘holey’ cereal), frosting and some bright green… Read More