Printable Patriotic Word Search

Free printable patriotic word search. | Carla Schauer Designs

Finding a sit-down activity for older kids and teens to during during your patriotic party can be a challenge. Whether it’s Memorial Day, July 4th, or Labor Day, this printable patriotic word search is just the ticket. They’re great for relaxing a bit between yard games or killing time before dinner.   Print the pages at full size, roll up and tie with twine and a patriotic tag, and pop … Continue reading →

Scrap Fabric Picture Frame

I love color and pattern, and as a result, I have hoarded collected quite a fabric stash over the years.  It’s not just for sewing!  With teens and tweens in the house, I can count on my extra fabric pieces getting used for one of their craft projects, or in this case a colorful scrap fabric picture frame.     My daughter loves to change up her room decor on … Continue reading →

Make Family Chore Chart Magnets

Make DIY Family Chore Chart Magnets. Great family system, plus the printables are free. I can do this! | tutorial from Carla Schauer Designs

The only thing worse than battling the endless cycle of household chores is battling over whose turn it is to do each of those household chores.  With these DIY Family Chore Chart Magnets made from bottlecaps, each person’s responsibilities are colorfully and clearly marked.  From dusting to dishes to doggie doody duty, there’s no more daily discussion. 😉 Get my free printable chore circles (and a blank version to add … Continue reading →

Make a Display Stand for Printables

I have teens and tweens, and I’m always trying to find ways to give them tidbits of advice without lecturing or inducing eye rolls.  One of my current favorite methods is adding inspirational printables into my home decor as a sort of sneaky subliminal message. I change them out every few weeks for a fresh look and a new message.  Making a display stand for printables (with a clip to … Continue reading →

Funny Chocolate Bunny Printables-Kiss Labels

"Bite Me" Chocolate Candy Jar with free printable candy labels. Hilarious! |carlaschauer.com

Nom, chomp, munch munch munch.  Ears first!  Doesn’t everyone eat their chocolate bunnies that way?  I’m celebrating this Easter favorite with some bunny bite art and a bit of snark to go with it.  Download these Funny Chocolate Bunny Printables later in the post and add them to some chocolate kisses for a silly spring gift.     These sweet little labels (see what I did there?) are designed to … Continue reading →