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Free Vintage Halloween Banner Printable

Vintage Halloween Banner

Vintage Halloween Banner Printable Hi, it’s Vanessa from Tried & True again, and I’m super excited to be sharing this fun Vintage Halloween Banner! I don’t know about you guys but I’m always super excited to see Halloween things popping up and this year is no exception. I love all Halloween decor, but my absolute favorite is the vintage stuff. Unfortunately, true vintage Halloween decorations are hard to come by so I’ve recreated an old vintage pumpkin jack-o-lanter design to be used as a banner. Have a Craft Question? Post it on our Facebook Page and get Answers! Free Halloween [&hellip

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Chocolate Calculator Teacher’s Gift Idea

Chocolate Calculator Teacher's Gift - What teacher wouldn't love chocolate on the first day of school?!

Teacher’s Gift Idea It feels like we just started getting into the Summer swing of things and already it’s time to buy school supplies, plan bus routes, and figure out the very important, back-to-school teacher’s gift! Of course, teachers are absolutely amazing and deserve all the praise in the world for putting up with enriching our children. Why not spoil them a bit on the first day of school with this quick and each Chocolate Calculator Teacher’s Gift Idea? This project is so ridiculously easy! Just print out the Chocolate Calculator Teacher’s Gift free printable, trim along the edges, fold [&hellip

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Mommy and Me Aprons

Mommy and Me Stenciled Aprons on www.craftaholicsanonymous.com #aprons #stencil #craft

By: Erin These Stenciled Mommy and Me Aprons are adorable and so easy to create. I am not a seamstress…the last time I sewed something the whole time I wished I was not sewing. So, I have to buy clothes and bedding. Sometimes I don’t like that it keeps me from getting something truly custom. When I saw these white aprons at Hobby Lobby, I knew I had to create something with them. My daughter flipped when she saw hers and my son wants one too…so I’m going to have to get the non-frilly apron for him! If you look closely, [&hellip

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Free Mother’s Day Gift Packaging Printables

Mother's Day Baked Gift Packaging with FREE printable on www.craftaholicsanonymous.com #mothersdaygift #freeprintable #silhouettecameo

 Free Mother’s Day Gift Packaging Printables By: Erin Hey friends! I’m excited to share this Mother’s Day Gift Packaging with you today! There are few things I like more than pretty packaging…but one of them is baked goods. Combine the two and you have the best Mother’s Day gift ever! This packaging is adorable, easy and inexpensive. I think it’d also be nice to give these to mothers in your area that aren’t near their children. I gathered up a few ideas for you and I can’t decide which one I like best! I got the pastry box at Wal-Mart [&hellip

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Hand-Stitched Note Cards with Free Printable Template

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Hand-Stitched Note Cards Hey all you Craftaholics! It’s Brandy from Gluesticks. Today I’m sharing a fun hand-eye coordination exercise with you as well as a craft. Did that spark your curiosity? My kids always did pin-push letters in preschool and kindergarten. They’d come home with worksheets and instead of tracing the letters, they’d use a push pin and poke small holes around the perimeter. It was a great hand-eye coordination exercise for those little 5 year old hands. I used this technique to create designs that can be hand-stitched to add a fun detail and dimension to handmade greeting cards. [&hellip

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Mother’s Day Printable Canvas

Craftaholics Mothers-Day finish {correct spelling}

Mother’s Day Printable by: Amy Hello, Craftaholics Friends!  I’m excited to be here today sharing a fun gift idea for Mother’s Day.  I feel so blessed to have a wonderful mother and mother-in-law who are awesome examples for me and my children.  They are mentors and friends to me in addition to being mothers and grandmothers, and I am so grateful to have them in my life.  I came across this quote from F. Scott Fitzgerald a while ago and it immediately made me think of these special women in my life: “You are the finest, loveliest, tenderest, and most [&hellip

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Free Carrot Patch Easter Printable

FREE Carrot Patch Easter Printables on Craftaholics Anonymous #freeprintables #Easterprintables #freeEasterprintables

Carrot Patch Easter Printable Hello Friends! Its me, Erin from Strawberry Mommycakes back again and I’m sharing my Free Carrot Patch Easter Printable with you today. Your kids are going to love this treat that comes right from the Easter Bunny’s Carrot Patch! These make a cute handmade Easter gift idea. You can fill these up with your favorite orange candy (I used Reese’s Pieces) or fill them up with baby carrots, for a healthier version. These festive carrots are cute placed in Easter Grass with the “stems” sticking out for kids to “pick”. At about $1 each, they’re a bargain to make! [&hellip

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