Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Mint & Polka Dots Swimsuit

Posted by Devin

I'm not going to lie, today's post is a bit scary for me. Or a lot scary. I have never done a fashion shoot for a swimsuit before and this was not on the top of my list of posts I wanted to do.  Do any of us really want to splash (no pun intended) pictures of ourselves in our swimsuits all over the place?! Unless you're a supermodel, I doubt it. But I am sharing some of my favorite ideas for Stylish Swimsuit Cover-Ups (which I am much more comfortable with) over at Brassy Apple today and I decided, what the heck, I'll go ahead and show you all my favorite swimsuit today as well. After all, this is me! A 33 year-old mom of four who doesn't feel the need to be anything other than what I am. I don't have a perfect body, but I feel good and for the most part, I like how I look. I try to stay relatively fit and healthy and that's enough for me. And maybe putting more average women showing their style on the internet is a good thing, right? Anyways, swimsuit model disclaimer over. Now on to my suit!

I purchased this suit from Alloy. They always have really cute swimsuit options for great prices. The top is a bit ruched along the mid-section and has a removable strap around the neck that I never take off. For some reason I noticed that none of the pictures on this post show the strap! Long hair problem, I guess. But I promise, it's there!


I absolutely love the polka dots on the top. Tara and I are both die-hard polka dot lovers, so you have seen plenty of polka dot pieces on here before and are probably going to see lots more to come. And the mint bottoms are too cute. I love everything in mint, so they were an obvious choice for me when picking my suit. Mint and polka dots. A match made in heaven!

One of my very favorite cover-ups is my gray, fold over jersey skirt from Old Navy. It's super comfortable and easy to slip on, not to mention it's so cozy and soft! For other great swimsuit cover-up ideas, make sure to check out my post over at Brassy Apple today!

Thanks so much for stopping by! And for bearing with me through a slightly frightening post for me. ;)
What I Wore:
Swimsuit - Alloy
Jersey Skirt - Old Navy
Fedora - Target
Sunglasses - Charming Charlie
Gold Bangles - Charming Charlie

Linking Up With: The Pleated Poppy // Style Elixir // Because Shanna Said So //

Sunday, July 20, 2014

DIY Key Wall Art

Posted by Tara

The other day I was digging around in my junk drawer (yes, I have one) and came across a few keys that have no purpose any more here in our home. They are old keys, either from our old home or mail box or from our parent's past homes. I recently saw a few wall art ideas, but they all used antique keys. These certainly aren't as old as those, but I figured they could be used in the same way!
Here is what you'll need to make your own Key Wall Art:
A quote of your choice. I liked having a quote that had to do with the word "Key"
6 Keys
Any color paint. I chose gold (very versatile)
Paint Brush 
Card stock to print quote on
Elmer's Craft Glue (not pictured)

I first found a quote from Mother Teresa that I thought would look cute with my project. Search google or pinterest and find one that speaks to you! Maybe use "Hard work is the Key to Success" and put it in your office. Then get started painting your keys. You can spray paint them or use craft paint or even nail polish! I was about to use my mint nail polish but opted for the gold craft paint. I love how it turned out!

It took a few coats, probably about 3, before I felt like it was coated well. Let the keys dry before arranging them on card stock. I measured my paper and tried lining them up. So no tips on that, just eye it until it looks good. 

Next, use your craft glue to glue the keys in place. Let the glue dry and then insert into your frame. It turned out so good and has a very classic look. Even though my keys aren't antique, I feel like the gold paint gave them a similar look. 

You can hang it or place it on a desk or table top next to some cute antique books. I'm super excited to get this hung up with some other fun pictures on my gallery wall! Be on the look out for that post in a couple weeks! There will be some great Gallery Wall Inspiration that you will want to check out!

Linking up with: Link Party Palooza // Moonlight and Mason Jars //  Practically Functional // Just Us Four // Creative Collection // Fluster Buster //

Friday, July 18, 2014

DIY Family Command Center

Posted by Devin

For the last 8 years, our family command center had consisted of a large bulletin board covered in Christmas cards next to a white board of the same size that was usually covered in various magnets. It was not super functional the way I was using it and I was getting tired of the cluttered feeling it brought to my kitchen. It was time for a change. After quite a long time of collecting items here and there, this is what I came up with!

I love the functionality and the fun gallery wall feeling to my new command center. This is so much nicer to look at day in and day out verses the crazy jumble of items I had on my wall before. And when you're a stay at home mom who spends a lot of time in the kitchen, you want something to look at that's pretty and makes you feel happy inside. Here is the breakdown of each of the items on my wall!

Cabinet Door Chalkboard - If you are wanting an easy way to add a chalkboard to your home, this works great! I will be posting a simple tutorial for how to make your own in a few weeks! (It's pretty self explanatory, but thought I'd share anyways.) I am really excited about the chalkboard and plan on using it to write out our family's weekly schedule for everyone to see. When I took pictures our plan for the week was a cabin trip! Wish every week was like that. ;)

Rustic Magnet Board - I will be including the tutorial for this cute little magnet board on the cabinet chalkboard post in a few weeks. Again, it's pretty simple, but maybe something you wouldn't normally think to do. I am loving the rough old metal I used for this board, it gives it such a fun look! 

Pie Tin Photo Frame - Another fun project that I will also be posting a tutorial for. You guys are going to have to stay tuned for all of the deets on this stuff! Super happy with how this little project turned out. I really wanted to add a picture to my command center and I think this hit the nail on the head for what I was going for: something a little nontraditional and quirky. Love it!

Feather Art - Ok, no tutorial for this one. I know you're so disappointed, lol! This little piece is inspired by the beautiful work of the very talented Angie at Yellow Bungalow Shop. Her watercolor prints are AMAZING. So lovely and inspiring, you must check out her shop! I have always loved her "live brave" prints with feathers and decided to make my own with real feathers that Connor has been collecting from our chickens. It's not as pretty as Angie's work, but I love that it adds a personal touch to our wall.

String Art - I made this cute little arrow sign at a craft night put on by Chrissy of Let Me See You Sparkle. I loved it from the minute I brought it home, but never knew where to display it until the wall started coming together. I think it works great here!

The other three items on my wall are pretty self explanatory. The small organizer where I store all of my paper clips and box tops and rubber bands comes from Bed Bath & Beyond. It's super handy and I love having it in such a convenient spot. The "G" is from Hobby Lobby. We all love Hobby Lobby, right? If you are ever looking for a monogram letter for your home decor, Hobby Lobby is a fantastic place to start. And the adorable little clock and chicken wire wall file are from Pick Your Plum. If you are not familiar with Pick Your Plum you are missing out! I LOVE their daily deals they send to my email. They always have the cutest stuff and I can't help but make a purchase every now and then. Actually, Pick Your Plum is a bit dangerous really. The stuff is so stinkin' cute and the prices are so good that everything is hard to pass up! You have been warned.

I hope you like my new command center! I know I am really happy with the change. We gotta mix things up once in awhile, right? Don't forget to come back for my Cabinet Chalkboard and Magnet Board tutorials as well as the how-to on the Pie Tin Photo Frame! Thanks for visiting, everyone!

Linking Up With: Link Party Palooza // Practically Functional // Just Us Four // Pink When // Fluster Buster //

Monday, July 14, 2014

Tulle Skirt

Posted by Tara

After my recent purchase from Piper Street Shop, I decided every girl needs a tulle skirt! As soon as I slipped it on, I seriously felt like a princess! My daughter Neela couldn't stop complimenting me on how pretty I was like a princess. Haha!

I love the cream color and how versatile this dress is! I actually tried a different blouse with it as well and loved both looks. What do you think?

I have this crazed love for chambray, so I went with this. I paired it with my turquoise pendant from Charming Charlies and tan belt and wedges. 

I was really nervous that this skirt was going to be super see through, but boy was I wrong. I wore my thinnest slip underneath and it looked great! 

Don't mind the rain drops on my shirt and the wind whipping my hair, I decided to do this shoot as a monsoon storm was hitting (my husband didn't think it was great timing). But it made for some great lighting.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my new love... a tulle skirt! You will probably be seeing a lot of posts with this beauty!

What I Wore:
Top: H & M
Necklace: Charming Charlies
Belt: Target
Wedges: Target

Linking up with: Manic Monday // Mix It Monday // DC in Style // Join the Gossip // Stylelixir //  Trend Spin // Pleated Poppy // Because Shanna Said So // Tres Chic Thursday 

10 Interior Decorating No No's

Posted by Devin

Last week Tara shared some serious Fashion No No's with you. This week, I am going to talk about some Interior Decorating No No's. These are pretty basic tips, but I think a lot of people aren't aware of these simple rules! And they can make a big difference in the overall appeal and style of your home if you follow them.

1. Floating Area Rugs - This is probably my biggest decorating pet peeve, it sends shivers down my spine. I do not like a floating area rug. And no, I am not talking about an Aladdin-like magic carpet (I really like that guy!). I am talking about an area rug that is out in the middle of a room with nothing touching it and a bunch of furniture a good distance away from it. When using an area rug in a room, make sure to place your furniture on the edges or on top of the rug. Furniture should be anchored on the rug to prevent this awful floating faux pas.

2. Spaced Out Furniture - This decorating crime goes hand-in-hand with floating area rugs, but it can be committed with or without a rug being involved. When placing your furniture in a room, try not to push everything out to the walls, especially if the room is relatively large. You end up with a big empty space in the middle of the room with an awkward arrangement of furniture circumventing the space. It's pretty hard to talk to someone when chairs and sofas are placed a football field apart. Bring things closer and create a warmer and more inviting area to enjoy. The above pic illustrates No No's # 1 AND 2. I don't know about you, but I would much rather hang out in the room on the top.

3. Tiny Picture on a Large Wall - Have a beautiful framed picture or piece of artwork you want to display? When deciding where to hang it, make sure you take the scale of the picture into consideration. A small frame on a large wall ends up looking lonely and out of place. Try to find a small wall or space to display it or consider combining it with a few (or a lot) of other pieces to create a gallery wall that will have the appropriate scale for the wall size.

4. Hanging a Picture Too High - Ever gone to look at a photo on a wall and you have to crane your neck to see it? That's not natural. Make sure to hang all photos and artwork at eye level. It looks much nicer and prevents any neck strains. This rule can occasionally be broken in certain circumstances (depending on the layout of the room), but for the most part, it is a good rule of thumb to stick to pictures at eye level. (Darling DO picture from Little Green Notebook)

5. Too Many Trinkets - I am naturally a minimalist but I understand that we all have our special little trinkets and curios we love and want to see often. But let's not let things get out of hand. The line needs to be drawn somewhere. Stick to a few favorite items tastefully displayed and do not let the trinkets take over your home. Who has the time to dust all of that stuff, anyways? And remember that "tastefully displayed" is also key here. If you need to, check out home furniture and decor magazines to get a feel for attractive ways to display your items. FYI: feel free to break this rule with only one thing. Books. I love a bunch of books in a room. Maybe that's just me being the book lover that I am, but I think books always work!

6. Going Overboard with Faux Plants - OK, I have to admit that this is a major decorating no no that even I have been known to break in the past. And sometimes a few little fake flowers in a jar or vase here or there seems ok. But again, there is a thin line between what's going to work and what's not. If you're in doubt, the safest thing to do is just skip the faux foliage. Especially if it's in large quantities. Not a good look. Be careful, keep it to a minimum, and look for great alternatives like displaying your fresh fruits and vegetables in your kitchen or using some flowers or clippings from your yard in vases throughout your home.

7. Overly Formal Rooms - Ever known someone who has a room in their home that you just do not go into? Ugh! I don't like rooms that aren't meant to be lived in. I LOVE beautiful rooms, but overdone and stuffy are not welcoming whether you're allowed to go into them or not. You can keep things comfortable and still have elegance and beauty at the same time. Try to maintain some balance and don't go overboard on the formal feel.

8. Mis-Placed Themes - Creating themes in your home is tricky business. I live in the desert and it feels weird when I go into someone's home and it has a totally tropical or beachy motif with a saguaro cactus right out the window. With that being said, I do not have a desert theme in my home and I do not want one either. But if you are going to trend towards the themed decor, consider the area you live in and decide whether or not the theme is going to work or if it's going to be a bit strange. Can you imagine staying in a forest cabin with a Paris theme? See what I mean...

9. Sticking to Only One Color - I know we hear all the time that you shouldn't have too many busy colors or patterns being used when you are decorating, but sticking to just one color in the same shade is just as bad, if not worse. Make sure to mix it up with a few colors and some varying shades. Don't go nuts painting everything in one color and then matching the furniture and pillows and carpeting and curtains in that same color. Talk about drab. Put some variety in there and use your neutrals wisely as well. If you simply MUST stick to one color, check out Tuesdays With Dorie (you can see her work in the DO picture below). She knows how to do it right!

10. Outdated Window Coverings - Nothing will date your home faster than window coverings from a decade or two (or three) ago. Take a peek at what ya got covering your windows and if you realize you installed said window coverings more than ten years ago, decide if they need a little updating. This can really bring the overall look of your home to a new level. (DO picture from Adventures in Decorating).

All right people, that's it! I hope I haven't offended anyone's sense of style along the way! In the end, whatever makes you happy and comfortable in your own home is what matters the most, right? Just don't let me catch that rug floating. Ok? Ok. :)

Linking Up With: Practically Functional // Just Us Four // Link Party Palooza // Pink When //

Friday, July 11, 2014

10 Fashion No No's

Posted by Tara

Here on Salt and Pepper Moms we have enjoyed showing you what we like to wear and hopefully have provided a little fashion inspiration along the way. Today I want to get real and talk about the No No's of Fashion. What NOT to do. Because there are some things you should just never wear out in public.

As I began making my list, I know this is terrible, but I couldn't stop laughing. Let's be honest... some of the following pictures or suggestions are funny! So let's get started!

1. I figured I would start here since it's summer. If you wear daisy dukes, PLEASE do not wear Ugg boots with them. It does not look good and does not go together AT all. You need to pick a season, don't combine them.

2. This next one is probably one that I see the most often. PLEASE PLEASE always wear a bra. I promise it does not look good to go bra less under your tight t-shirts (or anything else). Whether you have had a boob job or your boobs hang to your knees, you NEED a bra! They were invented for a purpose and we should use them for that purpose... which is for the support!  No one wants to see you high beaming it and it does NOT look attractive at all!

3. This one is probably just as common as the No Bra one. Leggings were made to be cute under dresses, long tees, or tunics. They were NOT made to wear with a short shirt or crop top. Even if you have a rockin' body, it still doesn't look cute to sport leggings with a short shirt. If your top does not cover your bum, then don't wear it!

4.  I love high heels. I love wearing them when I go out or head to church. There is definitely a right time and wrong time to wear high heels. The other day I saw an older lady wearing gold heels at a public swimming pool. Swim suits do NOT need heels and it looked terrible. Heels were not made for leggings either. Leggings look great with a wedge but not a heel. Picking the right shoes for an outfit is crucial sometimes. You can not make a sweat pants outfit look fancier with heels... just don't even try!

5. I remember this one being an issue when I was younger and it hasn't gone away! I wonder when people will get the hint that this will never look good no matter what year it is. Socks do NOT look good in sandals. I know recently in fashion women started wearing a type of sock with their heels, but with sandals it does not go. Sandals were created to wear in the summer with no socks. If you or your husband decide to slip your sandals on over your socks (cause we know they would attempt this before us) do not let them leave the house... please. 

6. Here is one that might go unnoticed. You look at this photo and think all of the pieces she has on are cute, so what is the problem? If you wear any type of sweater, you do NOT tuck it in. Sweaters look good loose over jeans or pants and certain skirts, but not tucked in to any of those. Who wants all that extra bulge around their mid-section? It's never a good idea.

7. Fall will be here before we know it. What do we see a lot of during the cooler months? Boots. I love boots and usually can't wait for the weather to change so I can start wearing them. BUT there are some boots you shouldn't sport.... ever.  When buying your first pair of boots, make sure they are functional. It shouldn't take 45 minutes to get your boots on. Tie up boots that go to your thigh are not cute or sexy. I don't even really know why someone even invented these to wear. Masochists.

8. Skinny jeans have been the "IN" style the last couple of years, but recently more and more women are wearing some wider legs jeans. That's fine in moderation. You don't want to wear such large bell bottom jeans that you look like you could catch some wind like a kite. This picture shows us wide legged pants to an EXTREME. She is definitely going for the hippie pants and tunic look and if she had mixed these two piece with more tailored items, maybe it would have looked cute? But if everything on your body is big and over-sized it makes you look larger than you actually are and pretty sloppy to boot. Do yourself a favor and don't do this. 

9.  Denim. Denim is a staple in most of my outfits. Some people can go a little over kill on it, though. You walk a thin line when you try to sport denim from head to toe. For example, here is an all denim jumper. I think jumpers are super cute when worn correctly and with the right fabric. But a denim jumper with boots does not look good. It's possible that if it was a little more fitted it could have worked, but since it is so baggy she really killed any possibility. I also feel that if it was a darker wash of denim maybe.... maybe. But this outfit is all wrong and the weird hat makes it worse.

10.  A few years ago gaucho pants were a hit... maybe only with some people. I remember wearing them throughout one of my pregnancies because I didn't care if it looked good, they stretched and were comfortable. Press Release: they are NO longer in style and do not look good. They are worse if they have a bright print on them. I am even short and I wore them (I'm confessing, please forgive me). If you own a pair, wear them for pajamas because they shouldn't be worn in public.

I hope I wasn't too blunt for all of you, but sometimes you just have to lay it all out there! I'm still laughing as I finish this post because.. well... it's really the socks and sandals that send me into the giggles. Lol! Thanks for stopping by and please share this with friends who you know might benefit from these tips! Please. ;)

Linking up: Link Party Palooza //  Practically Functional // Manic Monday // Mix It Monday // Join the Gossip

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Funfetti Cake Balls Plus 101 Creative Birthday Gift Ideas

We are excited to share today 101+ Birthday Gift Ideas for your Friends, including our Funfetti Cake Balls + Printable. We are joining forces with Kristen Duke in her Birthday Celebration Week along with over 100 talented bloggers sharing lots of inexpensive ideas and free printables! All week long, Kristen is sharing birthday tips and giveaways so be sure to check out her Party. We both LOVE funfetti, so we decided to share a super simple tutorial to make delicious and festive funfetti cake balls!

As for the other creative ideas, a lot of these gifts are versatile for any occasion and can be a go to gift to your friends, family, or even that gal that you'd like to get to know better. Even more fabulous--most gifts are under $5 and have coordinating printables to make it super simple!

 101 Birthday Ideas for Friends
{Blog Hop Birthday designs by C {dot} love}

As for our cake balls, here is what you'll need: Funfetti Cake, Funfetti Cake Frosting (comes with sprinkles), and Vanilla Candy Coating.

To make the cake balls, first bake the cake according to the directions on the box. After it has cooled, use a fork and begin to scrape the cake. You will want to crumble the entire cake. Make sure to not leave any big chunks. Next, stir in your frosting. It will begin to get sticky. Place in the fridge to help the frosting set for about 15 minutes. Once chilled, grab some cake and roll into a ball in the palm of your hand. You will want to form the balls small so when adding the coating they won't end up too large in size.

After all the balls have been formed, place back into the freezer and let chill for 15 minutes. While waiting for the balls to chill, start warming up your vanilla coating. Follow the instructions on the package to get the right consistency. When candy coating is ready, grab a ball and place in coating. Roll around until completely covered.

Place coated ball on waxed paper. This will help eliminate a big mess and the ball will come right off with no effort! While the coating is still wet, put a pinch of sprinkles on top. The kids can even help with this!

After the sprinkles have been applied, place back into the freezer or fridge until the coating has hardened. That's it! It's so easy and yummy! The kids devoured these!

If you decide to give some of these to friends or family, here is a cute printable to attach to the package! Just click on the image to print.

Are you ready for some inspiration? Join in on the BLOG HOP! Click on each of links below each collage to see the gift idea and printable closer, along with instructions on how to make them, like mine above. I like to open a bunch of new tabs, and Pin my favorites for later. Don't forget to follow the Birthday Gift Ideas Pinterest Board as well, to save future great ideas. >>>>>>>Important info! Blog Hops often have glitches the first day. If the link has an ERROR, simply click on the HOME button for each site, or google the blog name next to the link, and you should see their gift post there. Links will be updated as soon as possible.<<<<<<<<<<<< free printable blog hop

1. Birthday Balloon Gift + matching free Print by Capturing Joy with Kristen Duke
2. Stamped Cocktail Napkin + Printable by Delineate Your Dwelling
3. Buckets of Fun gift idea+Free Printable by Craftiness is Not Optional
4. 7 Candy Bar Love Notes to say "Happy Birthday" by The Dating Divas
5. Have a Flippin' Awesome Birthday by Dessert Now Dinner Later
6. Fishtail Loom Bracelet by I Should Be Mopping the Floor
7. Lemonade Lip Balm by Pretty Handy Girl
8. Hair Tie Birthday Gift & Printable Tag by Wait Til Your Father Gets Home
9. Gift of Sunshine Idea + Free Printable by Sweet Charli
10. I hope your birthday is a whole "lotto" fun by C.R.A.F.T.
11. Chicken Spice Rub w/ Printable Tags by Over the Big Moon
12. Birthday in a Bag Gift Idea by Seven Thirty Three
13. Quick Note for your Birthday Printable by Liz on Call
14. Otter Pop Gift with Printable Gift Tag by Somewhat Simple
15. {you} Series Magnets Printable by Ruffles and Rain Boots
16. Tea Cup Succulent by Your Homebased Mom
17. Pretty Pincushion + Printable by Let's Eat Grandpa
18. Lemon Bath Salts & Free Printable by See Vanessa Craft
19. Diet Coke Birthday Kit by Pink Peppermint Prints
20. Chocolate Filled Insulated Tumbler Gift by The Girl Who Ate Everything
  free printables blog hop

21. Easy Funfetti Cake Balls with Printable by Salt and Pepper Moms
22. Hands Down Best Friend Around by Eighteen25
23. Berry Happy Birthday Printable by Stuffed Suitcase
24. Whisk Birthday Gift with Free Printable by Cupcake Diaries
25. Paper Plate Gift Idea by Crafting in the Rain
26. Popcorn Gift Printable by Breezy Bakes
27. Life Saver: Birthday Gift in a Jar by Here Comes the Sun
28. Decoupage Wooden Pendant by Twin Dragonfly Designs
29. Have a coffee on me: Funky Coasters by Funky Junk Interiors
30. Swanky Black & Gold Cosmetic Bag by A Prudent Life
31. DIY cocktail napkins by kojodesigns
32. Nail Polish Gift by Southern Hospitality
33. Banana Cake by Whats Cooking with Ruthie
34. Paparazzi - the PERFECT friend gift by Sugar Bee Crafts
35. "latte" fun birthday gift by Our Thrifty Ideas
36. Homemade Funfetti Cupcakes + Printable by Tastes Better from Scratch
37. Pearls are Always Appropriate by Mommy Envy
38. Girls Just Want to Have Fun Birthday Gift by A Little Tipsy
39. Manicure Kit Birthday Gift with Printable by Blooming Homestead
40. Orange you Glad Cup by Artsy Fartsy Mama
  free printables

41. Donut Gift Tag by Pretty Providence
42. Rainbow Inspired Birthday Gift + Printable by Thirty Handmade Days
43. Drink Topper and Tag by LandeeLu 44. DIY Bath Salts using Essential Oils by Unskinny Boppy
45. Friends are Like Chocolate Chips by Delightful Deets
46. Paint Can Succulent Planters by East Coast Creative
47. A Bundt Cake Gift & Printable by Dukes and Duchesses
48. Jam Birthday Gift & Printable by Happiness is Homemade
49. Jazzed up Frames by House for Five
50. Favorite Things Gift Ideas by inkhappi
51. Toe-tally Cool Nail Polish Gift Idea + Free Printable by Simply Designing with Ashley
52. Quote Book by Reasons to Skip the Housework
53. Iron On T-Shirt Gift by Becoming Martha
54. DIY Humorous Girlfriend Gift by Brassy Apple
55. Tea-riffic Birthday Gift Idea & Printable by Mom Endeavors
56. Turn Today Into A Celebration by Dolen Diaries
57. You're A Lifesaver Printable by Live Laugh Rowe
58. Happy Birthday Jar {free printable} by Kiki and Company
59. Mason Jar Flower Vase + Printable by R & R Workshop
60. Easy $5 Wooden Charm Bracelet by Craftily Ever After
   free printables

61. Polka Dot Mason Jar Vase by The Cards We Drew
62. Free Printable Mini Notes by Confetti Sunshine
63. Bath Bomb Easy Birthday Gifts by Tried and True
64. Ball Jar Printable Tags by The Country Chic Cottage
65. Eat More Cake Birthday Gift Idea and Printable by Play. Party. Pin.
66. Have a "berry" happy birthday by The Contractor Chronicles
67. Merci Chocolates + Hey Birthday Girl french girl printable by Handmade in the Heartland
68. Five Minute Leather Necklace Tutorial + Birthday printables by Delia Creates
69. Ah-Mason Birthday Gift Idea by Lolly Jane
70. Simple Dangle Earring Tutorial by Bombshell Bling
71. Symphony Bar Brownies by Among the Young
72. Wishing you an E "straw" diary Birthday by Ginger Snap Crafts
73. DIY Washi Tape Cacti by Fry Sauce and Grits
74. State Pride Cheese Board by Addicted to DIY
75. Reusable Monogrammed Solo Cup by Mom 4 Real
76. go-to gift…EARRINGS! by A Girl and A Glue Gun
77. Embroidered Mixed Media Bookmarkers by The Creative Goddess
78. Beyond Measure Birthday Printable by Like Mother Like Daughter
79. Birthday Facial Kit Gift by The Benson Street
80. DIY Jewelry Bookmark by Design Dazzle

  blog hop free printables

81. Birthday in a Jar - Birthday Printable Tags by A Pumpkin and a Princess
82. Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Party Cookies by Crazy Little Projects
83. You are the Bee's Knees by Love the Day
84. Birthday Candy Jar by Inside BruCrew Life
85. "Hip Hip Hooray, today is your birthday!" printables by The Crafted Sparrow
86. Treat Yo Self Printable by Girl Loves Glam
87. Chocolate Facial with printable by TidyMom
88. Happy Birthday Sweets by A Night Owl
89. Quick & Easy Hydrangea Cake by Sweet C's Designs
90. Sweets for the Sweet by Simply Kierste
91. Citrus Whipped Honey Butter Jars by Sand and Sisal
92. Diet Coke Gift for a Friend with Printable by Sweet Treats and More
93. A Latte for Two + printables by One Krieger Chick
94. Cookie Monster Birthday Gift Tag by I'm Topsy Turvy
95. Root Beer Float Cake in a Jar by Giggles Galore
96. Treat Yo'Self Printable Watercoloring Box by Persia Lou
97. Fruity Body Scrub with Printable by Mad in Crafts
98. Magnetic Necklace Charm by Sowdering About
99. Happy Bee Day with Printable by Just Another Day in Paradise
100. Manicure in a Jar by That's What {Che} Said...
101. UBER lucky to have you in my Life by Maybe I Will
102. Free Happy Birthday Printable by NoBiggie
103. DIY Wine Bag & Charms Gift by Sypsie Designs
104. Crispy Crunch-y Pie with Printable by Just Rhonda
105. "You're the Silver Lining" Friendship Nail Polish Gift by The Happy Housie
106. Tie One On for Your Birthday (Hair Tie Gift Free Printable) by illistyle

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