Friday, February 28, 2014

St. Patrick's Day Dinner Chevron Stripe Decorations - Napkin Rings, Place Cards, Treat Bag, Gift Tags and Leftover Tags

Here are some printouts that I have done in a green chevron stripe for you St. Patrick's Day dinner.  If you just click on the picture to make it bigger, then right click your mouse.  You can either save it into your pictures, or you can copy and paste it.  Happy St. Patty's Day!!!

Treat Bag:
 


 
To see how to fold the treat bag go here
 
Napkin Rings:
 
 
 
Place Cards:
 
Leftover Tags:
 Gift Tags:
 
 
I have another set of St. Patrick's Day Dinner printouts.
To see them just click on the picture below:
http://hollyshome-hollyshome.blogspot.com/2014/03/st-patricks-day-dinner-free-printabe.html
 

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Ice Cream Post - Money Can't Buy Everything, But It Can Buy Ice Cream!


This post is honor of my daughter, Alyssa.  She is serving as a missionary in Guatemala.  Her favorite thing is ice cream, so I made this little printout to send her.  If you would like to print it out just click on the picture to make it larger, then right click it to save it into your pictures or copy and paste it.  

Alyssa was our ice cream maker.  Here are her two favorite recipes:



 

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

A Valentine for Your Neighbors - FREE Printout



Here is a printout that I made to include with the batch of cookies that I made for my neighbors.  I made it to fit a 4x6 photo.  I printed it out on a 4x6 photo paper and it turned out great.  Here is the printout.  Just click on the picture to make it large, then save it into your photos, or copy and paste it into you print program.

4x6 printout:



Check out all of my Valentine ideas by
clicking on the link below:
 
http://hollyshome-hollyshome.blogspot.com/p/fun-and-free-valentines-ideas.html
 

A Four Dollar Valentine's Wreath


As I was taking down my Winter decorations, I realized that I did not have a Valentine's wreath for my door.  So to the dollar store I went.  I bought a bunch of stuff that I thought that I could use.
For the base I hot glued the two wired hearts together.  This way it was a little more sturdy, and a little fluffier. ($2)
Then I hot glued three of the pink cut out hearts ($1).
And finished by hot gluing the plastic chocolate stickers all the way around the wreath ($1).  This was tricky because they would melt.  Maybe try a low temp glue gun. 
The hardest part was removing all of the glue gun strings.  It was easy, cheap and fun.  It only needs to last for a few weeks, so it doesn't have to be very sturdy.  Now my door is ready for Valentine's Day!
 
For all of my Valentine ideas
just click on the link below:
http://hollyshome-hollyshome.blogspot.com/p/fun-and-free-valentines-ideas.html
 
 
 
 
 

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Happy Valentine's Day with Bugs and Kisses Free Printout - A Great Valentine for Boys



Here's a great Valentine for boys.  The printout prints four Valentines.  Size it to fit a full page printout. Be sure to print it out on cardstock so that it will be sturdy. Just click on the picture to make it larger, then right click and save it into your pictures, or copy and paste it into you printing program.   To see the instructions in greater detail scroll down the page.

Here's the printout:


Here's a single version that you can resize to whatever size that you need:


Here's how easy it is to make:

Print out the graphic on to card stock. 
Fold it over at the top along the top red edge:

Cut around the red edge on the two sides and the bottom.


Cut the 5" wide cellophane bag at about 5" high:

Fill the bag with kisses and bugs:


Tape the top of the cellophane bag to the inside of the card:

Fold the card over and then put 3 or 4 staples
across the bottom red edge:
 
Then cut out a little bite in the upper left corner of the card:


To check out all of my Valentine ideas
click on the link below:
http://hollyshome-hollyshome.blogspot.com/p/fun-and-free-valentines-ideas.html