Teaching Kids How To Save

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Hello and Happy Friday, friends! We are really looking forward to the weekend and the weather cooling off. Of course only slightly, as Arizona is still pretty warm up until October or November. Either way we are celebrating temps that are below 100* with a trip to the farmer’s market. It’s one of our favorite weekend activities to do in the fall. This trip is a little more exciting for my daughter, as she will be using her very own debit card for the very first time, Greenlight, the smart debit card for kids. Talk about milestone! So today I thought I’d share some tips for Teaching Kids How To Save money.

If you’ve been around here before or follow me on social media, you probably know that we homeschool. We often incorporate learning into all facets of our daily life and often times we incorporate important life skills to make learning more relevant. For example, we are learning about spending and saving money for math. My daughter (age 9) has been learning about money, earning money, saving money, and spending money for the past 4 years. We started out with piggy banks and have advanced to Greenlight debit card to make it more relevant to her growth and development. 

Here are my top 4 tips or teaching young kids how to save money:

1) Talk about money with your children in regular everyday environments.

This tip encompasses a lot. I often talk to my daughter about money when we are in stores grocery shopping, when I am paying our monthly bills, and when I am taking a trip to the bank to deposit money. Because I am a work at home mom and because our family owns and operates a couple of different businesses, my daughter sees us working and earning/saving/spending money. We have open dialogues about all of these things and it gives her the opportunity to have real life experiences as well as ask questions. 

2) Talk about and model the importance of saving money and ways of doing so.

As I stated, we have been teaching this and expanding on the concept of saving money with my daughter for several years. We will continue to do so as she grows up. Greenlight debit card is a great option for kids! It’s not only exciting for kids, but Greenlight provides extra control and convenience for busy parents who don’t want to miss out on teachable moments. Plus, what child doesn’t want a plastic card like their parents?! 

3) Create opportunities for your child to earn, save, and spend their own money.

Once you have talked about and modeled money usage, it’s important to allow your children to participate in it too. Because we are a family of entrepreneurs, my daughter has participated in a couple of handmade craft fairs where she creates and sells her own products. She uses her own money to purchase the materials and then she collects funds and stashes it away for whatever she’s saving for (currently it’s a car…yes, she’s only 9 but we are planners and dreamers, people!). 

Once she has a certain amount of money, she asks me to put it onto her Greenlight card for saving. I love the convenience of Greenlight and the parental controls. I love that I can use their convenient automated allowance feature to “set it and forget it” because we all know busy moms can tend to do that. I also love that I can give my daughter independence to spend her money while I retain control over where her money is spent and how much she can spend in certain stores. For example, she is allowed to use her Greenlight card at the local craft store with a limit of $20 to spend, and I can set all that up through the Greenlight app on my phone. 

4) Teach your kids how to keep track of their money.

I think it’s important for my daughter to really be in tune with her own money… the spending and the saving. If she is hands on with it, I think it will be more meaningful to her. Therefore, I created a printable kids’ bank register where she can keep track of her deposits and withdrawals and I thought I’d share it with y’all!

Simply download the printable, print it out, cut into 3 pieces, cover with cute paper, and staple together. Go through the steps of adding and subtracting monies with your kids and remind them to use it every time they use their Greenlight card. 

I hope you find these tips useful! And I just know you are going to love the convenience and safety that Greenlight card offers to parents and kids. Be sure to download the app to your smart device (available for IOS and Android) and sign up for Greenlight before 10/30 and they will deposit a $20 bonus into your account after the 30-day free trial ends. *Deposit bonus made approximately two weeks after free trial ends.* Sounds like a good deal to me!

How do you help your kids learn about saving and spending money? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this! 

Best Back-to-School Lunch Box Notes

Hello Makers! Can you believe that the new school year is just around the corner?! Where has this summer gone? This month for Must Have Craft Tips, we’re helping you gear up for all the Back-to-School season with all sorts of fun tips and organization ideas. For our post this week I’ve gathered up the best Back-to-School lunch box notes! These are so fun to print, cut out, and slip in your kids’ lunches throughout the school year, making lunchtime at school a little more fun!

We’ve got lunch box notes for boys and girls of all ages and you can easily search Pinterest for even more when you run out! I didn’t include them in this round up, but there are also holiday lunch box themed notes too! Here are some of my favorites that you could use all year round.

Marvel Lunch Box Notes

Lunchbox Jokes

Inside Out Lunch Notes

Disney Princess Lunch Box Jokes

Emoji Lunch Notes

Minions Lunch Box Notes

Back to School Printable Lunchbox Notes

LEGO Lunch Box Jokes

Star Wars Lunch Box Notes

Pokemon Lunch Box Notes

Frozen Lunch Box Notes

Harry Potter Printable Lunchbox Jokes and Notes

Cute Lunch Box Notes

Superhero Lunch Box Notes

Fabulous and Fun Lunch Box Notes

Star Wars Lunch Box Jokes

American Girl Printable Lunch Notes

Minecraft Lunch Box Notes

TMNT Lunch Box Notes

Peanuts Lunch Box Notes

 

Aren’t these lunch box notes and jokes so cute and so fun?! Try printing a few off and pre-cutting them before school starts. Put them in a drawer that you can easily find them in for when you start packing lunches again for the school year. Such a simple way to create happiness and memories for your kids while they are away at school.

Join us again next week for more Back-to-School tips, tricks and ideas that you will love! Have a great weekend!

 

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Clever, Printable, Free School Valentines

Happy New Year, everyone! Michele from The Scrap Shoppe here with the first Must Have Craft Tips of 2017!

This month we are turning our focus towards Valentine’s Day. There are so many fun aspects of this holiday of love: kid crafts, decorations, artwork, and any number of DIY projects. And, of course, Valentines!

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
My boys love trading Valentines with their friends at school. In fact, I think that all of the children (and their parents) do since each year my little guys receive more and more clever, crafty Valentines from their friends! And, of course, we pass them out, too. I have gathered several CLEVER, PRINTABLE, and FREE school Valentines you can send along with your kids to school on February 14th!

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Pokémon Valentines from Tattered & Inked

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Cookie Cutter Valentines from The Scrap Shoppe

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Tic Tac Toe Valentines from Nest of Posies

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Watercolor Valentines from A Glimpse Inside

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Mustache Valentines from Mine for the Making

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Valentine Coloring Bookmarks from I Should be Mopping the Floor

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Star Wars Valentines from The Idea Room

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Battlefield Valentines from Love and Marriage

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Emoji Valentines from Landeelu

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Homemade Glitter Chalk Valentines from The Scrap Shoppe

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Kool-Aid Valentines from My Name is Snickerdoodle

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Kiss & Hug Valentines from Mine for the Making

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Paper Fortune Cookie Valentines from Evermine

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Pink Eraser Valentines from Paging Supermom

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Cutie Valentines from It’s Always Autumn

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
LEGO Valentines from The Scrap Shoppe

These School Valentines are free to print and oh so clever!
Glow Stick Valentines from Little Bins for Little Hands

Must Have Craft Tips & More!

 

Aren’t these school Valentines adorable? Check back next week for our next Valentine’s Day installment of Must Have Craft Tips!

 

 

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Cleaning and Organization Printables

Allison from A Glimpse Inside here again and it is the final Must Have Craft Tip and More post of 2016!! Where has this year gone?! 
 
 The beginning of a new year is a great time to start a new routine and get better organized in all aspects in your life. You can search and easily find any sort of printable to help you organize your life in one way or the other.
Today, I am going to focus on and share with you some awesome cleaning and organizational printables that will help you get 2017 off to the right start.

 

Cleaning your house is always a daunting task if you don’t stay on top of it. 
I’ve gathered some printables that will help you stay on top of your house, keep you on track, and relieve a little bit of stress in your life. 
 
I love this little Reusable Cleaning List from Craftaholics Anonymous. It is small and portable and will keep you on track over and over again without having to print out more sheets. 
 
 If you clean a little bit every day it can keep you on track but just in case you don’t have time to do that, use the weekly schedule to stay on top of your cleaning.

I love that this printable from Freebie Finding Mom and the fact that it gives you tasks to do everyday and also breaks it down by day of the week tasks. It is easy to read and and breaks it down by rooms so you aren’t overwhelmed by tackling multiple spaces at once.

 Get your kids involved by creating a easy to follow chore chart for them to to daily or weekly tasks.
This Chore Chart from Go Grow Go is perfect to get your kids in on the cleaning too.

 So you tend to clean weekly but need help on keeping up with the monthly, quarterly or items you clean annually. These Cleaning Checklists from Homeschoolin’ Mama will do just that for you. 
 
 Keep all the laundry in check with this Laundry Chart from I Should be Mopping the Floor.
It is also perfect if you have teenagers in your house and you want to start to teach them how to properly wash and dry their own clothes.
 

So you have all these printables to keep you on track with your cleaning schedule but now you have all these papers making a mess and you need to keep track of. How about creating a Cleaning Binder like this one from Clean and Sensible to keep all those papers in one place?

 

Want to give your house a good top to bottom cleaning but not sure where to start? Use this 31 Day Cleaning Schedule from Fresh and Organized  to work your way through your house and hit zones you may not think about when doing normal everyday cleaning.

Now that you’ve gotten on a good cleaning schedule, let’s talk about ways to declutter and organize the items left in your home.

Start by decluttering your entire house one room at a time. This printable checklist from While He was Napping for Ask Anna will help you work through your whole house and declutter and clean as you go.

Want to organize your home or life better but just don’t have a lot of time to tackle it all at once? Follow this 52 Week Schedule fro Home Storage Solutions to work at it one week at a time through the whole year.

What if you REALLY want to declutter and get serious about what actually stays in your home?
Be sure to print out this printable checklist from Making Lemonade using the Konmari Method.

And now that your house is decluttered, let’s use labels to stay organized.

If you have young kids, print out these Toy Bin Labels from Teaching Mama to teach your young ones how to properly clean up and stay organized.

Do you create your own cleaning products? Print these Cleaning Labels from The Handmade Home to keep everything properly labeled and uniformed looking.

Get that pantry organized with these beautiful editable Farmhouse Pantry Labels from World Label.

And lastly, keep all those storage bins labeled by using these Printable Labels from In My Own Style. Mark them with what’s inside and you don’t have to rummage through each bin to figure out what’s inside.

One more item that will help organize all aspects of your life and home.

This checklist from Home Storage Solutions has everything from Grocery Shopping Lists, Inventory Lists, Contact Information, and much, much more.

I hope that some of these printables come in handy for you in the New Year! Also, we hope that you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We’ll see you in 2017 with all new tips!


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Free Christmas Gift List Printables

Hello! It’s Bev here for our Must Have Craft Tips post – and we’re working on organization this month! One of the areas I really need to work on in December is gift tracking. I have the hardest time remembering what I’ve given from one year to the next!

If you’re in the same boat – I have some great tips this week for organizing and keeping track of gifts!

1 – Organize who you are buying for. It’s tough to shop and find the right thing if you don’t go in with a list of recipients. It’s so easy to get caught up in the fun of buying, and forget to get something for everyone on your list! Don’t forget to mark off when they are wrapped too!

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Christmas Gift List – Going Home to Roost

2 – Make it easy to take your list with you! Finding cute gift lists to fit in your planner is a great way to keep track of what you’ve bought so you don’t repeat gifts, or overbuy either! It’s also a great way to make sure you don’t lose the list! :)

Planner Printable – Minted Strawberry

3 – Don’t forget stocking stuffers! (something I always leave until the last minute!) If you’ve got a handy printable you can check items off as your out shopping and get it finished early.

Stocking Stuffer Printable – Organizing Home Life

4 – Stay on budget! Keeping track of what you’re buying lets you know when you’ve reached the budget for each person.

Holiday Gift Tracker Free Printable

Holiday Gift Tracker from Moritz Fine Designs

5 – Don’t lose those online orders. With all the online shopping we do, it’s sometimes tricky to keep track of what we’ve ordered, and from where! This handy printable gives you a place to keep track of what you’ve ordered and when it’s arriving!

Online order tracker from Pinch A Little Save-A-Lot

6 – Don’t forget about Handmade Gifts! These cute printables keep gift ideas handy and give you a spot for listing supplies you need too!

free printable project list designed by heart heather

Holiday Project Idea List – At Home with Kim Vallee

7 – Find just the right gift! If you’re not sure what to buy, this cute little Gift Wish list is a great way to get ideas! I love that it’s more than just a list of things they want, it’s a great way to get to know their likes and activities, so you can really get creative!

Free Christmas Wish List printable! In addition to things that the kids want, this wish list includes a list of favorites to think about for gift giving. My kids had a blast filling these out and I got lots of great ideas! To download the PDF go to http://rbstoutfamily.blogspot.com/2013/11/christmas-wish-list-and-kids-letter-to.html Enjoy!:

Wish List Printable – Stout Stop

8 – Don’t forget to say Thanks! This Christmas Gift Received List is a great way to keep track of who received what, and if you’ve sent out thank you notes! This is especially great if you have big families opening gifts all at once. It can be a little tough to remember who gave what!

Gifts Received List – Pinch A Little Save-A-Lot

I hope these lists help you organize your gift buying and budget! I know they’re going to be a big help to me!

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Tips for Organizing Christmas

Hi everyone! Michele from The Scrap Shoppe here with a new theme for our crafty series for December.
This month we are discussing all things ORGANIZATION! And since we’re still in the beginning of December, I thought we could discuss organizing Christmas.

I love making lists and, even more so, marking things off of them when they are complete! Years go I made a Christmas Planner and it was such a big help during the holidays. I even have a blank (free) December calendar printable that you can use for keeping December straight, marking holiday parties, when and where to gift shop, or even to keep up with the antics of your Elf on the Shelf (which is what I use it for).

Stay organized this December with this round up of adorable and USEFUL Christmas Planner FREE Printables!
I have rounded up some great printables to help you stay organized all December long! Many of these are offered as both 8.5×11 sheets as well as the smaller A5 paper size for small binders. Print the set that most suits you or mix and match to be sure you get everything you need.

Free Christmas Planner Printables
This set includes all of the major printables you need to keep organized for Christmas. I need the Christmas card list something fierce!
Free Christmas Planner Printables from Mom’s Favorite Stuff

Free Christmas Planner Printables
You can plan your entire month of December in one sitting with this planner set.
Free Christmas Planner Printables from Art & Whimsy

Free Printable Wish Lists
These printable wish lists are perfect for anyone to fill out. Print and hand out to family member to learn what they really want for Christmas. The color scheme and patterns are pretty darn cute, too!
Free Printable Wish Lists from Organizing Home Life

Free Holiday Printables
Raise your hand if you’re a list lover! (My hand is waving SUPER high!) I could fill these lists out for days.
List Lovers Free Holiday Printables from Home Coming

Free Holiday Meal Planning Printable
I’m loving this Holiday Menu Planner for keeping various holiday meals and get togethers in order! It also comes with a printable holiday baking list to keep track of your special recipes. There are also lots of tips to help make your meal planning prep run smooth.
Free Holiday Meal Planning Printable from Organizing Junkie

Free Printable Christmas Planner
One of my favorite things about this planner, besides the color scheme, is that it comes with a sheet to record Christmas crafts. How awesome is that?? It’s not only for planning holiday crafts with my kids, but any crafts I’ve seen that I want to create.
Free Printable Christmas Planner from A Typical English Home

Christmas Gift List Printable
Just in need of somewhere to write out your gift lists? This free printable may be all you need.
Christmas Gift List Printable from Minted Strawberry

Christmas Planner Free Printable
This clever planner set comes complete with a cleaning list which, while not the funnest aspect of Christmas, still needs to be tackled.
Free Christmas Planner Download from Becoming Martha

Free Holiday Planner Printable
The planner is great for people keeping to a strict budget for Christmas. Keep up with costs and purchases. I also love this set because it has a page just for YOU! Keep a list of what YOU want/need for Christmas.
Free Holiday Planner Printable from A Bowl Full of Lemons

Free Christmas Planner Printables
This unique planner set comes with a sheet just for the Christmas tree: need new ornaments? need to replace bulbs? Write it down so you don’t forget. I’m also loving the Cookie Shopping List page. A sheet dedicated just to Christmas cookies?? This is totally up my alley!
Free Christmas Planner Printables from Growing Up Gabel

Printables to Organize Christmas
This cute set stands out for it for it’s cute page for the kids to fill and and breakdown list for parents to record where gifts are coming from: you, Santa, stocking.
Printables to Organize Christmas from Mary Organizes

Free Printable Planner Stickers
Already have a planner or holiday calendar? Print and cut these free planner stickers to help you with your organization!
Printable Planner Stickers from Planner Addiction

Must Have Craft Tips & More! Will these Christmas planner printables help you stay organized? Do you already use a similar system? I’ll be mixing and matching my favorites into a new binder for this year!

 

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Marvel Lunch Box Notes

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Are you back in the swing of things packing lunches for the kids? Although we homeschool, we are often on the go and therefore pack lunches and snacks to take along with us. Now that we are approaching fall, we love having picnic lunches outside in the cool weather too. I love sticking little surprises in my daughter’s lunch like handwritten love notes, jokes, fun facts, etc. Since she loves superheros, I decided to make Marvel Lunch Box Notes to attach to the new MARVEL Chewy Granola Bars.

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So fun, right?! I was shopping the grocery section of Target the other day and spotted the new MARVEL Chewy Granola Bars. Since we are a superhero loving family, I thought it would be fun to add these to lunches or have as an afternoon snack. So I whipped up these fun lunch box notes to go with them. I love the way they turned out, so I thought I’d share them here on the blog with y’all.

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Ready to make lunch a little more super? All you need is… a box of the new MARVEL Chewy Granola Bars, the free Marvel Lunch Box Notes printable, scissors, and washi tape or baker’s twine. You can print the lunch box notes HERE for personal use only.

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After you print off the Marvel Lunch Box Notes, simply cut them out with your scissors and attach them to the MARVEL Chewy Granola Bars with washi tape or baker’s twine. You can even go a little further and grab a package of Marvel napkins from the party section at Target to include in the lunches too.

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I totally get the Hulk, don’t you? You wouldn’t like me when I’m hangry. Just ask my husband. LOL!

I really love the graphics on the wrappers of the MARVEL Chewy Granola Bars. They remind me of the original illustrations from the comics.

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My daughter noticed that there’s even Super Hero Trivia and collectible Super Hero Cards on the back of the MARVEL Chewy Granola Bars box. So far we have The Amazing Spider-Man card and my daughter can’t wait to collect the other 3. Next time you run into Target to buy all the things, be sure to snag the new MARVEL Chewy Granola Bars and print yourself off some lunch box notes to go with them.

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Who is your favorite super hero and how do you make lunchtime SUPER for your kids?

 

Printable Grocery List for Kids

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With back to school season upon us, we are busy prepping for the year. I’m sure most of you are doing the very same. With organizing the home and doing the school supply shopping also comes grocery shopping. It’s important to stock up on those healthy snacks, foods, and drinks so that you are prepared to start the school year off right. The grocery store can often be a dreaded chore, especially with children in tow. I’ve found that involving them in the grocery store process can not only be fun for them, but can help momma’s sanity while trying to conquer a packed grocery store with ‘bored’ kids.  Enter in… this Printable Grocery List for Kids.

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I made this simple grocery list right on the computer, printed it out on card stock and laminated it for durability (that baby gets thrown into my purse) and for multiple uses (pair it with a dry erase marker).

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The list I made is pretty generic, but you could easily make lists for your kids to fit their ages and your needs. I used pictures/clipart of the items to make the cuter, but picture clues are also great for beginning readers. For your older kiddos, you can actually have them write the list at home before heading to the grocery store. For multiple kids, consider giving them different lists so that they each have their own responsibilities, which helps to avoid arguments. 

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Not only does the list keep the kids busy, but it gets them involved in the process and teaches them an important life skill. And while the kids are busy with their lists, you are able to focus on those awesome deals to save you some money. We were able to shop Safeway’s Huge Anniversary sale and took advantage of the BOGO Steak Sale and stocked up on Life (Buy 4 save $2) and Gatorade ($0.58 when you buy 12)! Love a good deal!

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And since I had a helper with me rather than a hungry, bored kid, our shopping experience was fun, educational, and went by quickly. You can easily download the grocery list I made so that you can print one off for the kids to use on your next trip to the grocery store. Slips right into your purse or grocery bag!

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I shopped Safeway’s HUGE Anniversary sale, but you can be sure to check out what great deals are available at Albertsons, Vons, Osco, or Amigos too! 

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Safeway is my go to grocery store. Shop the HUGE Anniversary sale and stock up on your favorite brands 7/29-8/11. I’d love to hear how your family stock up for the school year!

 

Bloom Print

Hey guys! I’m Kelsey from Tattered and Inked and I have the pleasure of popping in each month to share a fun & free new printable for all your lovelies!
 
I seriously can’t believe we are already in the month of May…which means summer is peeking right around the corner!!! That makes this girl incredibly happy! I’m pretty sure the beautiful, sunny weather that has finally pulled through and all the beautiful flowers and sunsets have inspired the print this month. I wanted something fun & colorful and the little saying ‘bloom where you are planted’ just popped into my head when thinking of new designs. Don’t you just love this Bloom Print?
 
 
We are trying very hard to teach our kids this very concept…to shine and blossom wherever they are, no matter the circumstances. So it’s a great reminder to have around our house lately!!
 
It comes in several fun color schemes so hopefully one catches your eye and brings a fun splash of color into your home for this last little bit of spring! Click your favorite below, download it & then print. 
 
 
Quick tips for printing in case you’re a newbie…
 
1. Click the download link below for the print you’d like to get. Then follow the prompts to download and save to your computer. 
2. Print your printable as you would any regular picture. I like to print them on white cardstock or picture paper- they tend to print better and with more vibrant colors this way. 
3. These prints are sized to be printed as large as 8×10 and will look best printed as a 5×7 or 8×10 size. 
 
That’s pretty much all there is to it. So get at it…just click. print. frame!!
 
 
 
 
 
{Quick Disclaimer}
Printables are intended as gifts for Tattered and Inked/Mine for the Making readers only.
As with all my free printables, these are for personal use ONLY. Please do not claim them as your own or alter them.
 
 
I hope you enjoy your ‘Bloom’ prints and have a wonderful month of May!! And stop by Tattered and Inked to see how else I used this print!
 

Cinderella Spring Prints

Hello friends!!
It’s Kelsey from Tattered and Inked again!! I have such a fun printable for you guys today and it was inspired by my most recent girl’s night out date with my little girl. We had a rare night out and were able to see the new Cinderella movie & LOVED it. It was exactly how the classic fairy tale should be and there were so many beautiful dresses, and shoes and music!! Of course, the fact that Frozen Fever was on before Cinderella was a huge hit too. 
 
When sitting down to create a spring print, I couldn’t get Cinderella out of my head…and here we are. Two spring-filled, gorgeous prints with the sentiment that Cinderella’s mother left with her daughter. To have courage and be kind. Such a great message! So I created these Cinderella Spring Prints!
 
 
Don’t they just burst with all things spring?? With a touch of Cinderella blue of course!!
 
There are two different designs to choose from below so to get your free print, find the link below & click to download. 
 
  Cinderella prints
 
Quick tips for printing in case you’re a newbie…
 
1. Click the download link below for the print you’d like to get. Then follow the prompts to download and save to your computer. 
2. Print your printable as you would any regular picture. I like to print them on white cardstock or picture paper- they tend to print better and with more vibrant colors this way. 
3. These prints are sized to be printed as large as 8×10 and will look best printed as a 5×7 or 8×10 size. 
 
That’s pretty much all there is to it. So get at it…just click. print. frame!!
 
 
 
{Quick Disclaimer}
Printables are intended as gifts for Tattered and Inked/Mine for the Making readers only.
As with all my free printables, these are for personal use ONLY. Please do not claim them as your own or alter them.
 
Hope you enjoy bringing a little bit of Spring into your home!!
Have a great week! 
 
 
If you loved this Cinderella inspired post, check out these Cinderella & Prince Charming Peg Dolls and this adorable DIY Cinderella Tee!