Friday, October 25, 2013

Star of David Ornaments for Chanukah/ Hanukkah: FREE PRINTABLES

Hello all.
Got a lot of things going on,
my crafting table is FULL!

This is a quick little love note
to you guys to share
some more FREE Printables
for Chanukah.

Printable Star of David Ornaments.
I have Four versions:

Traditional Colors
1. (Click HERE to Download)

Thanksgiving/ Fall Colors

A Color Your Own version.

Just punch out the hole on the top of the Stars.
Hang them up individually, or make a garland.
Use one color scheme, combine the different colors, or use all three together after the kids have colored some.
Add glitter, ribbon, pom poms.
Whatever your heart desires. 
The coloring pages make a great activity for the kids!
(You can also print out the coloring page stars onto scrapbook or construction paper
so you can personalize with your own patterns or colors!)

Hope you all enjoyed!
I hope everyone is getting excited for a wondrous Holiday Season!!
Thank you for stopping by!!!
Leave me a comment telling me what you think,
what your Holiday plans are!
<3 Holly

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Halloween Craft: Faux Chalkboard "Broom Parking" Sign.

Halloween is almost here!!!
Me and the girls upstairs are getting our porch ready for the big night.
In preparation,
We went out today to buy supplies for making some decorations.
Last year we dressed up like cats and handed out candy together.
This year we decided to dress up like witches.
So we are going to be making Tutus as well!!! 
How exciting!!!!

What was even MORE Exciting was,
when we got home I was searching around the internet
for which related images,
and I kept seeing "Which Broom Parking" signs.
So I was inspired to make my own!
I created a simple little graphic
printed it out onto some antique looking paper.
(Although if it was white paper, you can always use tea or coffee 
to give that old look.)
And I glued it onto a black mat board I had lying around.
I then embellished around it with a white color pencil to make it look like a chalk sign...
Here is the final product.

I'm so excited to hang it up on Halloween 
with our three little brooms leaning up against it!!!
Tell me what you think...

If you would like to get the Print
you can have it FREE by clicking 

Thank you so much for stopping by!
I hope your Fall festivity planning is going WONDERFULLY!!
<3 Holly

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving-kah!

Everyone is talking about it.
That Chanukah falls on Thanksgiving this year!
So in honor of all my Jewish friends,
I made a little printable Thanksgiving-kah sign!
hehe, I hope they all enjoy.
I find it very exciting.
I combined some fall colors with the traditional
Chanukah colors.
So to all my friends,
I hope you have TWO wonderful Holidays!!!!
Here are the printable signs 
and also
some coloring Pages!
(Click on the Titles to go and download)

(For the sillys)

(Even more traditional)

I hope you all enjoy...
Happy Hanukkah/ Thanksgiving Everyone!

(Click the picture below for some more 
FREE Hanukkah Printables!)

<3 Holly

Friday, October 11, 2013

Easy Pumpkin Decorations

Hey everyone!!!!!!

I know we have been on-again, off-again in our relationship for some time now.
And for that, I am truly sorry.
I got a new job, 
and I have just been so busy with work.
My husband and I just came back from a 
(much needed)
week long vacation!
(Here is us relaxing for once... I didn't know it was possible!)

See we never really did take out honeymoon.
(After paying for our little D.I.Y. wedding)
But, now I'm back with a renewed sense of my self, my relationship with the hubby,
AND TONS of creativity!
(It is so important to step back and enjoy what life has to offer
every once in a while!)
Thanks to loved ones, 
we were truly blessed with this answer to prayer.
(I didn't know how we were going to be able to afford vacation,
but I prayed HARD and we were rewarded beyond what I could have imagined!!!!)
ALL THAT being said.
I now present to you a quick and easy (and cheap)  little project for the Fall.

I bought these little pumpkins in a bag at one of our local markets.
They came 6 in a bag for about 3 dollars
They were cute enough as they were,
but I felt they lacked a little something extra.

So I looked around in the ol' studio
and found a bag of scrap ribbons.
PERFECT I thought!

I took them and tied little bows on the stems.
(I used all different colors that were not necessarily "Fall" colors; 
but then again I tend to use non-traditional colors for the Holidays!)
They came out so cute!
(Of course you could use more traditional colors if you wanted,
maybe purple and green for Halloween.
browns and reds for an overall Fall/ Thanksgiving look.
You could even use little strips of scrap fabric or an old shirt e.t.c....) 

I set them up with some little owls I had.
(The big green owl I got in Targets dollar spot last year,
and this year I got the little red owl tea light holders for $1 a piece in the Target dollar spot.)

Arial wiew
(I would suggest not putting the tea lights close to the ribbons though,
I just did it for the photo.)

Here is a little close up of the owls

I have mine set up in front of the Television right now.
(Not the best photo, but you get the idea.)

But you could use these as a centerpiece for a party 
Thanksgiving dinner.
Happy Fall everyone.

So happy we are going to spend more time together!!!
<3 Holly