This one’s a dandy, for his birthday

- by jodimichelle

Things to Love and Things to Do … today is brought to you with much celebration as it’s also my son’s second birthday. My second anniversary of being a mother to plural children, our daughters celebration and birth into sisterhood/sibling life and my husbands anniversary of a son.

It’s a great day!

Pop! Make these for your favorite teacher as it’s Teacher Appreciation week. (or it WAS, and now it’s the MONTH) Or keep this one filed away for that slumber party you’re hosting.

Recycled signs use cardboard and such to create new signs (or wall art) out of otherwise unusable goods. yay!

Smooth as buttah oh yes. Print your own shirt? OK!

Soft book pretty sure this a fabric book with transfered images from an old children’s book, which is awesome.

CORK IT Make cork Everythings, but let’s start with vases.

Drift wood wreath I will now be hunting and collecting smallish pieces of drift wood for this and my city.

Mothers Day Printables It is right around the corner. You might want to get on that.

Mothers Day Cupcake toppers so I’m here to help.

Handprints And while you or your significant other is really the one you’re celebrating lets not forget that there was that one time you wore a Crown of a different kind … which made (MADE) someone else a mother as well. You’re right. That was graphic. But seriously. Grandma loves her handprints.

Modern DIY mobile which is gorgeous and I wish I had 72 more hours before my son’s birthday party … I would be crafting the bejeesus out of these.

Photo booth sign Getting married? Organizing your sororities kissing booth fundraiser? You’re going to need this sign.

Mad Men inspired save the dates come in handy when I am obsessed with the show. No really.

CORK IT SOME MORE only this time, please make Bambi.

Lego Kirigami Hello things that make me smile. I’ll hang you in place of the white snow flakes any day.

Baby doll sling! I made one of these when my daughter was “yay” tall (picture me pointing to my knees) and she LOVED playing Mommy. It was adorable.

Car caddy Make a bag for all those trucks, books and crumbs you seem to accumulate while running to the grocery store. Don’t have kids? Oh well then, stay organized and taunt us. Either way, this is useful.

Thomas birthday party Ok, so there isn’t really a DIY in this one, but there are great ideas. Specifically I’m eyeing the cake – it’s not in the shape of a train and yet still carries the theme well. Simple is working. It’s working REALLY well.

Greek alphabet anyone? why not print out your own DIY blocks. Because you can. Also? They’re very pretty.

Printable boxes I love printables. SO so so so so much.

Recycle labels not sure why you haven’t started recycling yet? Here’s another excuse to make you feel guilty about it.

We Are All In This Together Free printable.

Spread some affirmations and maybe some hope and joy, too.

Print your own invitations for anything? For everything? Have fun!

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