Early last month I was over at Delineate Your Dwelling, sharing these blog tracking printables. Did you get a chance to see them and visit Amy’s fantastic space? If not, you need to head over.
Today I wanted to share those printables with you!
Hello, Squirrelly Minds readers! Lindsay here from Shrimp Salad Circus, and today I want to share a little gift to you, Tan, and Squirrelly Baby. I hand-lettered a sweet little saying that I think is just perfect for a nursery or kid’s room. You can download it right here for free!
“Your first breath took ours away.”
I can’t think of a better way to sum up the way the birth of a child must change the new parents forever, so this sentiment felt just perfect to celebrate Tan and the mister’s first foray into parenthood.
Tan has created a wonderfully bright, modern nursery, so I decided to stick with something bright, airy, and equally modern for this quote. The block lettering style makes this print perfect for a sweet little boy or girl. It is sized to print on standard 8.5″x11″ computer paper, and then you can easily cut it down to fit an 8″x10″ frame.
In case you missed it earlier in the post, here’s the download for the free hand-lettered nursery art printable:
P.S. If you end up hanging this up at home, I’d love to see where it ends up! Share your pictures with me on Instagram (I’m @shrimpsaladcircus) with the tag #shrimpsaladcircus so I can find them!
Back to School gift tags from I Heart Naptime | Lunch labels from Lia Griffith | Cookie Box Label from A Pumpkin and a Princess | Teacher Card from Tried and True | Snack Bags from Thirty Handmade Days
If your school year starts after labour day like ours does, then this is your kids’ last weekend of freedom! Need some quick teacher gifts/cards or fun printables to jazz up your kid’s lunch? Then fire up that printer friends!!
And in case you missed it last week, some back to school printables and more from Squirrelly Minds!Print this card for your kid’s new teacher Print this math printable to get your kids back in focus
For younger kiddos, print and play a little game to help them remember their colours.
Also, check out all these DIY’s and recipes from last year’s Back to School Series!
Yes! It’s that time of year again! The week leading up to national ice cream day is always fun filled around these parts. This is the third annual year of the ‘ice cream party’, which always include a party invite printable for you (check out year 1 and year 2), and ice cream recipes. I can’t wait!
For this year’s ice cream party invitation, I took the watercolour ice cream and popsicles I painted the other day and turned it into a sweet and simple little invitation for you. Just fill in the information and send it out to your friends!
Click the above image or ‘download here’ button to grab the PDF. Simply print, fill in the information and send it off to your ice cream buddies!