9 04, 2014

{printable} Easter Bookmarks

April 9th, 2014|Categories: crafts, printables|Tags: , , |7 Comments

Hi everyone!Today I am sharing some printable Easter bookmarks :o}Decorated with very cute kid drawings or super adorable fingerprint art they make a lovely little gift for friends, family or teachers this Easter! :o} You know I’m a big fan of my kids fingerprints so we went with that this year!Cute little bunny and chicken!We will laminate them so they last longer, too :o} and make lots more of course so there’s a spare or two that I get to keep!They print 4 to an A4 page and are best printed onto thick white cardstock.Download […]

20 01, 2014

{printable} Australia Day Toppers and Flags

January 20th, 2014|Categories: printables|Tags: , |0 Comments

G’day everyone!If you’ve been around a while you’ll recognise the koala printable toppers in red and blue, but since sharing those a few years ago I have been asked quite a few times if I’d consider a green and gold printable. As so many of you requested a green and gold version, here it is!! πŸ™‚ 

I used a circle scalloped punch to cut my toppers out but you could leave them square or just cut a circle – it’s up to you! I have used them just square as a topper for lollipops or as […]

14 01, 2014

{printable} number flashcards

January 14th, 2014|Categories: printables|Tags: , , |6 Comments

A while ago I created these number flash cards for Chloe as she was obsessed with numbers and counting. Apparently I have forgotten to share them with you! We use them much like our colour cards which you can also download from the blog. They are great to use as just a flash card, but you can also use them with little counters or beads as well as little balls of playdough that your kiddo rolls themselves for an awesome fine motor activity! They are photo sized and I printed them at Big W to save ink […]

21 12, 2013

{printable} My Christmas Keepsake Series 2013

December 21st, 2013|Categories: printables|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Yay! They’re here! πŸ™‚ Thank you to all of you who have been waiting so long for these! They’re finally up, yay! For a couple of years now I’ve had these on the blog and each year their design changes a little but the idea is that you complete them with your child and then year after year you’ll have a collection to look back on! Their drawings and handwriting change through the years but also their gorgeous answers to the questions. There are 6 pages in the pack:My ChristmasMy FamilyMy Christmas TreeMy WishlistMy Santaand My HandprintYou […]

17 12, 2013

DIY Christmas favours and printable Christmas jokes :: the New Idea Project

December 17th, 2013|Categories: diy, printables|Tags: |4 Comments

                              This post is brought to you by New Idea ProjectThe NewIdea Project is a social campaign where we want YOU to join in the conversation! It’s all about sharing your thoughts and ideas around certain topics, and inspiring others! Each week there will be a new challenge issued where you can partake and share your ideas. By taking part, the most creative or thoughtful idea will be rewarded with movie ticket prizes! I am so excited to see what great ideas […]

8 12, 2013

{printable} Christmas Bookmarks

December 8th, 2013|Categories: printables|Tags: , , , , , , |2 Comments

Hi everyone! I hope you had a great weekend! Can you believe we are already 9 days into December?!I am loving our December mornings, filled with advent calendars and cheeky elf fun. It’s disappearing all too soon though, slow down please time! I thought I would share with you today one of the most requested printables. After sharing these Reindeer thumbprint bookmarks on the blog a couple of years ago I have received countless emails about bookmarks that say “Merry Christmas” so… here they are!We used them to do Reindeer thumbprints again this time, mostly because […]

27 11, 2013

{printable} 2013 December Calendar

November 27th, 2013|Categories: printables|Tags: , |3 Comments

Hi everyone!I shared the link to this calendar on facebook the other day when my blog wasn’t working and now sharing it here!It’s already dated for you, but blank for you to use as you like. I am using mine to organise which day we will be doing which advent activity card as well as to plan a few elf ideas we don’t want to forget! I haven’t made a january one yet but will share it here if I do! :o}Hope this helps with planning during this crazy crazy month that is nearly here!December […]

25 11, 2013

{printable} Christmas Cookie Mix in a Jar recipe and printable labels

November 25th, 2013|Categories: printables|Tags: , , |15 Comments

Hi everyone!I am so happy we’re back up and running and super happy to be sharing with you this printable – one of the most asked for printables on my blog since sharing this post years ago! So here are some Printable LABELS for the Christmas Cookie Mix Jars.Plus I’ve done the hard work for you and tested out a few jars and found one that fits well and is a little easier to find.

This makes such a cute gift and we often give it to our kids teachers {the ones we know who like […]

22 10, 2013

{printable} Halloween bat faces

October 22nd, 2013|Categories: crafts, printables|Tags: , |0 Comments

Hi everyone! After sharing our Halloween countdown I had a lot of people ask about our bat faces and where we got them from! I had originally made them as a printable to share on the blog but hadn’t gotten around to posting them and thought I’d leave it for this year but so many requests for them mean I’m popping them up! :o} We did handprints as I love any reason to record the size of my kids handprint at any given holiday or occasion. It’s so nice to look back on them when we […]

14 10, 2013

{printable} pumpkin fun

October 14th, 2013|Categories: crafts, printables|Tags: , , |4 Comments

I have a couple of super simple but super fun pumpkin themed printables here for you!5 pumpkins for your little pumpkin to play with – put them in order of biggest to smallest, smallest to biggest. Count them, use them as puppets, print out multiple copies and use them for pattern work. There’s lots you can do with these little pumpkins! :o}

Pumpkin size sequencing


This is another simple activity using dry erase crayons {we LOVE our dry erase crayons here!}
Let the kids go nuts with decorating their own pumpkin. Laminating this printable and using dry erase […]