Posted by Cynthia Ewer on November 2, 2009
Papercrafters, alert! Feast your eyes on this printable 2010 calendar planner from blogger Brenda Arnall:
This fresh and pretty printable planner will help you get organized for 2010--and would make a lovely homemade holiday gift. Assembled with a Bind It All craft tool, it's easy to add decorated cover pages for a slim, efficient planner notebook.
WIth half-size pages, crisp digital graphics and extra pages for to-do lists, shopping lists and scrapbooking page planners, these free printable pages will make a sweet treat from your printer!
Get with the plan!
Posted by Cynthia Ewer on October 29, 2009
Halloween night is coming ... and so is the morning of November 1st! For parents, that's the time when the excitement of Trick-or-Treat night gives way to post-Halloween reality: what to do with all that Halloween candy?
Whether they're worried about tooth decay and nutrition, or simply want to avoid the stress of a week of candy-fueled behavior from the little ones, smart parents put strategies in place to handle the Trick-or-Treat haul.
Check out these ideas to repurpose, recycle and reduce the amount of Halloween candy in your organized home from sister site Organized Christmas:
Beat summer's heat with an easy-to-sew cool tie! This bright cotton neckerchief has a summer secret: a filling of water-absorbing polymer granules from the garden center.
Soaked in water, the cool tie's polymer granules absorb more than 200% their weight in water. Tied around the neck or worn as a headband, a cool tie provides all-day cool relief through evaporation.
The cool tie is simple to sew, requiring only a straight-stitch sewing machine. It's lightweight and unbreakable--perfect for gifts or to include in care packages for our troops. This Marine Mom recommends it! More »
Posted by Cynthia Ewer on June 14, 2009
Here at OrganizedHome.Com, we love 3-ring binders. That's why we adore this travel tip for families with children: use free printables to create a kid's activity binder before traveling.
Use these links to print free coloring pages, word games, puzzles and activity sheets. Assemble a binder for each child, and add a zipper bag containing crayons, markers, pencils and game tokens to keep the kids amused for hours of peaceful drive time.
Find free printables for kids at these Web sites: