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Fall Leaves Printable

I am so ready for Fall! Are you? I’m sharing a fun fall leaves printable today that will add the perfect touch to your Fall decor.

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My mom always loved the changing leaves, especially red leaves. Changing leaves will always remind me of her. I loved this quote that is just a good reminder to slow down and enjoy the season. I know… it’s easier said than done. One tradition that we always take the time for is to take a drive up the canyon to see the leaves. I’m excited to do that this coming weekend! It’s one of my favorite traditions I do with my family.

Download, print, and put into a frame. Easy enough. The file is for a 5 X 7, but there is enough white space that you can crop it to at 4 X 6 or even an 8 X 10. Perfect for whatever size works best for you.


Fall Leaves Printable Download



Here are a few more Fall ideas for you:  Fall Table Runner, Easy Burlap Wreath, Pumpkin Donut Holes and Pumpkin Matching Game.

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Halloween Games for Kids

Today I’m so excited to be a part of Cupcake Diaries 30 Days of Halloween!  She has all sorts of fun ideas being posted.  Be sure to check them all out!

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It’s getting to be that time of year again… time to start thinking about the Holidays coming up.  Halloween is right around the corner!  Do you need some simple Halloween games for kids?  I know I will be helping in my son’s Halloween party at school and I love simple games to play with them.  This Halloween memory game is easy…. Print, Cut, Play.  Let’s do it!


I’ve made two different files for you to choose from.  Plain black and white pumpkins are perfect for printing on orange card stock.  The cute colored pumpkins would be perfect for printing on white card stock.


Pumpkin Memory Game (to Print on Orange Card Stock)

Pumpkin Memory Game (to Print on White Card Stock)

Be sure to print the file two times so that you have two of every pumpkin, creating 12 matches.  Trim off your margins first, then cut the pumpkins apart.  If you print on thin paper, you might need to attach the pumpkins to a thicker paper so that you can’t see the pumpkins through the paper.

To play – Mix all your cards up.  Place all your cards face down.  Take turns trying to find a match.


Other Halloween activities you might enjoy:

Pumpkin Craft —  Spooky Halloween TreatsHalloween Bingo by Artsy Fartsy Mama — Felt Pumpkins by Vixen Made — Roll a Pumpkin Game by Happy Home Fairy

Check out all these great Halloween ideas!



Back to School – Gift Idea

This post is part of a Back to School series over at The Benson Street.  Be sure to go check out all the amazing back to school ideas!  I’m not sure I’m ready to even think about going back to school yet, but I know it is just around the corner.  Luckily, I now have one thing off my ‘to do’ list.  I’ve been looking for a small back to school/good luck gift to give my Young Women (but this would also be perfect for your kids, friends, or neighbors too!)


To make this gift, we have 5 easy steps.  Print.  Cut.  Fold.  Tape.  Tie.

Print this Back to School Extra Printable.


  • Cut along the dotted line from the top of the page to the bottom.  Then, score the other dotted lines.
  • Fold your card on the dotted lines.
  • Tape the Extra gum into place.
  • Fold your card up and tie it up with some cute twine or ribbon.

This small gift will be the perfect thing to let your kids know you love them!  I have a few more simple back to school ideas that I hope to be sharing with you soon!  Be sure to go see all the great back to school ideas at The Benson Street!

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