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I am an outgoing and fun-lovin’ gal who was lucky enough to marry the man of my dreams! You could probably say I am an “extreme extrovert” as I LOVE to talk and be around people! I love ANYTHING creative and am not a fan of the “norm.” My favorite things in life are my family… especially my HOT husband, my friends, and my faith! We are expecting a miracle baby boy this year! I have a passion for life and I am having a BLAST running this website with some of my closest friends!

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16 Responses to Protected: Your FREE June Printables!

  1. This is great! My kids favorite words are “I’m bored!”one other surefire way of stopping them from saying this phrase is every time they say the phrase, they have to do a chore. Eventually, they learn to entertain themselves.

  2. This is cute. I have had a successful run with my idea too–write it in on your blank forms Moms!
    Knowing that hearing “I’m bored” all summer would drive me crazy, each summer the rule was that whenever I heard the words, “Im Bored!”, that person would have to sweep out the garage! It worked good–really!
    I don’t let anyone get away with it either! We have all been caught once and have had to sweep, including me! My son, his friends, the neighborhood kids, and my 2 nephews, and husband have swept out the garage. After they swept the one time, they refuse to say that phrase at my house! its been 10 years now too! That look of panic goes across their faces and immediately they support each other by brainstorming fun things they can do before I hear anything. They have gotten good at coming up with anything to do and getting at it quickly! It’s our family game now and all of the kids have loved it!

    I was exiting Dunkins Donuts yesterday when another customer held the door for me and my husband. On his shirt it read, “Im bored, entertain me”. My husband told him that he better run quick before I saw his shirt or I would make him sweep something! I would have too 😉 and then texted it to my son & friends!! 😉

  3. Thank you for all this great stuff! Once I get the chance to print it out -everyone loves all the creative activities and printables. From a busy wife/mom – you’re a life-saver!

  4. Thank you for all your wonderful freebies, ideas! I am over the moon in love with Father’s Day ones!! I do have a question…there seem to be more to print then what was show as put together…and well…I tend to need to SEE how it all comes together then figure it out! Is there instructions for the Father’s Day Card, with tools?

    1. Staci, so glad you love these printables (they are pretty cute huh!?)! For the Father’s Day toolkit card there are only 2 pages to download. The first page is the card base. Once cut out, it folds into 3 parts to create a trifold style card. The second page contains the pocket, sling, and tools to put inside of the pocket. Once cut out, the pocket has flaps that you fold onto the back of the pocket so that when you look at the front of the pocket you cannot see the flaps. Glue the folded flaps (we suggest you use double sided tape) and adhere it to the blank pocket outline (it is the middle section of the trifold card). Finally, cut out the tools. We have 6 to choose from. You can use your favorites or all 6. Stick them inside of your pocket, write a sweet message, and bam! The card is complete! There is also a spot on the note portion of the card (the 3rd section of the trifold card) that you can glue the sling on. It is the other brown piece next to pocket on the second page and assembled much like the pocket. It can hold a single tool like the hammer or the screwdriver. In our photograph of the printable, we chose to leave the sling off but it is super cute too! Hope this helps!