Free shopping list template: this was the number one tool that helped us live on less than $13,000. It’s detailed enough to send your spouse to the store (and shop the way you’d have) while also flexible enough to handle any surprises while at the store.
Here’s a fun printable that allows you to quickly sketch, design and compare your pumpkin carving plans. Incredibly helpful for young artists who struggle with space management and visualizing it on a pumpkin. This was a great tool for our kindergartner learning the process of transferring thought, to sketch, to putting it down on the pumpkin. Plus it saved me time too!
A little creepy, a little cute, and they leave you a little on edge. Download these bats for some awesomely easy decor pieces. They work great for Halloween or a tea party any time of the year. So let’s get batty!
Whether you want to throw a big shin dig or just jazz up your playtime at home, these invites are sure to please. Who doesn’t love a good cuppa with a twist of Tim Burton?
Whether you’re looking for a quick decor item or a fun activity for the young guests to enjoy while dinner’s cooking, you can’t go wrong with this fun loving Turkey. There’s extra feathers too!
Try making a spa in your own home. It’s simple, frugal and meaningful, while also staying out of the crowded restaurants. Download this sign for that added touch.
Releasing stress will help you and your loved one emotionally bond on a whole new level. Try it out!
Need a simple costume piece or a fun Halloween activity?
These are perfect for witches of all ages. The mini size automatically makes them cute and the hair clip makes them easier to keep on those with sensory issues. They’re fast, easy, and adorable to decorate!