Mother’s Day is the day after tomorrow. For all of you slackers out there, I have this free printable bookmark and gift how to. Mothers Day Bookmark Here’s another link to the bookmark in Dropbox Here’s a preview: (Don’t print this preview, print the PDF from one of the links above.) All you have to […]
Apparently May 4th is a day to geek out about Star Wars. I’m not a Star Wars superfan but I AM a Harry Potter superfan, so I decided to share some free HP fan art printables with you today. Harry Potter is actually the reason I started creating digital designs. Many years back in a […]
Ah, Mother’s Day. Local artisinal pastries for breakfast, fresh-brewed coffee from the roastery down the street, wildflowers hand picked by the wee ones on their morning walk, and a happy mama curled up in a cozy sun-drenched armchair. BAHAHAHAHAHA! Just kidding. (If this is what your Mother’s Day looks like, please, teach me. But I’m […]
We’re still having winter weather here in Chicagoland, so of course I’m dreaming of summer and all of the warm joys that come with it. I made this Field Guide to an Old Fashioned Summer last year, and it’s still one of my favorite visual bucket lists for children. We made our first visual summer […]
I don’t know about you, but it is spring here in Chicagoland and all I have to say about that is, it is about time! Winter is long around here, with two wild children who refuse to be contained no matter how cold it is outside. I shared this Winter Scavenger Hunt a few months […]
I am moving many of my printables over to my new Teachers Pay Teachers shop, and I just posted this Passover seder plate coloring page there. If you’re on TpT, I would LOVE it if you’d follow my store! And if you download the seder plate, please consider leaving a review. I’ve included two versions, […]
My favorite things to design are visual calendars. I may never be able to stop time, or slow it down, but I can track it as it flies by. Our society’s rhythms are based off of the secular and Christian year, with winter break being akin to Christmas break, and Jewish children in public schools […]
We need more stuff in our house like a hotdog needs ketchup. Which is to say: Not at all. Nope. Never. But I’m not going to pretend that my five year old is some unicorn child who is happy receiving only experiences for Hanukkah. Because this child has definitely caught on to the whole gift […]
Free printable winter break scavenger hunt. Woohoo!
Create your own beautiful wall menorah!