FREE Spring Printable!

Spring-Wreath-Mockup

Last summer the hubs and I decided to redo some of the landscaping in our front yard, and in this process bought a flowering cherry tree. Unfortunately we bought it after it’s blooming season (late spring) so we never got to see it in it’s true beauty. I don’t have a green thumb by any means, but all summer I worked hard to keep that little tree alive.

It was a dry summer, so I was definitely paranoid about the tree drying up. I watered it like crazy. I remember a few times seeing the tips of the leaves turn red, as if the tree had decided to take a turn into an early fall. I’d frantically water it more. By some miracle, I managed to keep it alive.

Just the other day I was out in the front yard, the weather being at least nice enough to enjoy, and even though everything is brown and there’s not a leaf on any tree in sight, the promise of spring is definitely in the air. To my delight, my little cherry tree has buds on it. This might seem silly to you, but to me, this is a big deal. I can’t keep plants alive for the life of me! (It’d be so much easier if they were like kids and cried when they needed something!) I am just thrilled I managed to keep it alive, and I’m so looking forward to seeing it in full bloom.

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I love spring. I love the colors, the warmth, the sounds of birds chirping and kids playing. there’s just something so lively about it after a long winter. That’s where my inspiration came from for this print. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it! The print is free for personal use, and you may print it as many times as you like!

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Free Kids Chore Sheets!

PicMonkey-CollageHappy Thursday!  So far I’ve been able to offer at least one free printable per week, and I hope to keep up with that. Who doesn’t like free stuff, am I right? And I like making stuff like this, so it’s a win-win.

This week I’m offering 4 variations of a chore chart for you to use with your kids. Click on any of the four images below to download a jpeg to print out at home. Each chart fits an 8.5×11 sheet of paper. Feel free to print over and over for every week!

Click on any sheet below to download!

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* Design contributions: fonts by www.kevinandamanda.com 
*Background vector designed by Freepik