Printable Lyric Lunch Box Notes

Printable Lunch Box Notes using popular song lyrics www.thirtyhandmadedays.com

I’m not sure when I started loving music?  But I love love love it.   My kids have inherited that love of music in a major way.  In the car they shout out the name of the song and artist of every song.   It’s cute until they fight over saying it first.  Lately there have been some fun song lyrics.  I thought my kids would get a kick out of [Read More...]

Protein-Packed Breakfast Burritos

breakfastburritos

For us, in our neck of the woods, school started this week. While I’m ready for more of a routine, our mornings are crazy…get dressed, brush your teeth, grab your backpack, don’t be late for the carpool. You know the drill. And oh, yeah! Breakfast! In an attempt to make sure my kiddos have a healthy breakfast before heading out the door and that our mornings run as smoothly as [Read More...]

Pity Party 154 featuring Back To School Posts

Back to school ideas featured on thirtyhandmadedays.com

Happy Friday! Welcome to my weekly linky party. At last week’s Pity Party there was a little bit of everything but I’m featuring back to school. I know some kids started school weeks ago and I still have one at home….Others don’t start until after Labor Day.  So if you’ve already started, keep these ideas on file for next year. Thanks for taking the time to link up. I join [Read More...]

Super Fun Back to School Party

Back to School Party www.thirtyhandmadedays.com

This post is sponsored by OshKosh B’gosh. All opinions are 1 million% my own and I’m happy to be working with a company I believe in. Summer is winding down with two of my three kids back in school.  Before they lined up backpacks, new clothes and lunchboxes, we were able to host a back to school party with a little help from OshKosh B’gosh and the cutest package full [Read More...]

Printable Backpack Tags

Printable Backpack Tags in collaboration with PS I Adore You www.thirtyhandmadedays.com

It’s back to school eve for us. Yep, tomorrow my elementary kids start school.  We’ve just got a few things left to check off our list to be fully ready.  I recently checked a simple one off- backpack tags.  Today P.s. I Adore You is offering some super cute backpacks that go perfect with what I designed. There are several ways you can make these backpack tags- you can laminate [Read More...]

Old Navy- Multiply Your Style + Back to School Printable Checklist

Back to School Printable Checklist www.thirtyhandmadedays.com

I still remember when my Mom told me about a new store called “Old Navy.” I was in high school and wasn’t sure what kind of clothes she was going to bring from a shopping trip to the new store. I quickly became a fan when she showed me a cute button up shirt and have been a customer ever since. My daughter and her friend were super excited to [Read More...]

School Binder with Printables

Make Your Own School Binder with several free printables www.thirtyhandmadedays.com

People in my life would maybe say that I’m an all or nothing kind of girl. Once I make up my mind, there’s no going back.  Remember how I recently made a family binder and Post-it Note grids?  Well that started an organizational kick.  Finally.  It only took 30 something years, but I am feeling the need to organize.  Phew!  Part of my organizing kick included this back to school [Read More...]

Teacher Gift Idea: Apple Gift Card Printable Template

Teacher Apple Gift Card Printable Template www.thirtyhandmadedays.com

Within a few weeks, we’ll celebrate teachers at our school.  Since we’ve had kids in school for the last 10 yrs (including preschool)- we’ve had a lot of teacher appreciation weeks and end of the school year gifts.  I’m constantly trying to come up with things that will be different and that the teachers we love so much will appreciate.  I’ve heard that teachers are sick of apples but I’m [Read More...]

Back to School Printable

Back to School

My kids went back to school this week.  We spent Wednesday night packing lunches, getting backpacks ready and setting out new clothes.  I officially have a junior high-er (help!!), fifth grader and first grader.  It feels weird to be in a new phase where I spend most of my time in the car shuttling from activity to activity in the afternoon, doing a lot of homework and trying to avoid [Read More...]