Autumn & Halloween Storage Labels

Most of us are already thinking ahead to the end of the year decorating splurge of Christmas and New Year. Thanksgiving is in two weeks and then we jump into the December holidays.  Since I am having new floors put in, I have already packed up the fall decorations.  A new label for the boxes will be perfect as I try to organize and conquer my possessions.   Sometimes it just makes me happy to have a clean box and a cute label.  I wanted a nice attractive label to make it easy to identify the boxes and the contents.  I designed 2 with autumn designs. I used Avery Presta 94229 label template with 2 labels to a 8.5 x 11″ page.  All the labels are PDF’s and should print easily on your labels, cardstock, or regular copy paper.

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Free Bookmarks for Summer Reading!

I love books. I fell in love with reading early in my life and my passion for the written word has not died.  I bought a tablet some years back and have an extensive library on it, but I still love the feel of a real book in my hands.  Even though I have several translations on my Kindle, I prefer to read scripture from a real Bible in my lap.  Books have take me around the world, back in time, and thrust me forward into space in the distant future.  Nothing really beats it. Read More

15 Free Summer Printables

June 21st is the first day of summer. What better way to celebrate the season than to spruce up your home with free printables, plan a family night, or make ice cream cones? It’s easier now more than ever to infuse your home with clever, free artwork from the Internet and liven your family’s summer fun. I love the power of print and have scoured the web to find some of the prettiest printables for your home. The only thing you have to do is download the free image and decide how to use it.

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Celtic Symbols: Celtic Cross and Knot Prints

The Celts lived across most of Europe during the Iron Age. Several hundred years before Julius Caesar, they occupied many parts of central and western Europe, especially what are now Austria, Switzerland, southern France and Spain.  By the mid-1st millennium, with the expansion of the Roman Empire and migrating Germanic tribes, Celtic culture had become restricted to Ireland, the western and northern parts of Great Britain (Wales, Scotland, and Cornwall), the Isle of Man, and Brittany. I don’t think I’m the only person who thinks of the British Isles when I hear the word Celts.

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