Downloadable mini Valentine’s

Hello, hello!  We are both still alive and well.  I swear.  Just busy with all the things that creep up around the holidays and with work and having a kid.  Our family (this is Erica) moved as of the beginning of the year and there are a ton of projects to do before we can be fully ‘moved in’.  So for now there are still boxes everywhere.  It will be …continue…

{Free Downloadable} Holiday Cards!

And now our fourth holiday card free download!  See our previous cards here, here, and here. (front) (back) Click on the image, then right click and hit save.  Enjoy!  Happy holidays, everyone. Please note that these designs are for personal use only; chalk + dot retains the copyright to these designs, which means you may not repackage, resell or share these items, or claim that you made them. Thank you …continue…

{Free Downloadable} Holiday Cards!

And now, our third free printable holiday card!  You can see our previous two cards here and here. (front) (back) Click on the image, then right click and hit save.  Enjoy!  Happy holidays, everyone. Please note that these designs are for personal use only; chalk + dot retains the copyright to these designs, which means you may not repackage, resell or share these items, or claim that you made them. …continue…

{Free Downloadable} Holiday Cards!

As promised, here is the next holiday card in our series of free printable cards.  Please enjoy! You can see our previous card here. (front) (back) Click on the image, then right click and hit save.  Enjoy!  Happy holidays, everyone. Please note that these designs are for personal use only; chalk + dot retains the copyright to these designs, which means you may not repackage, resell or share these items, …continue…

{freebie} Colorful Animal Circles for a Nursery

Since we, ok, mostly I, have been lagging on posting lately I decided to give you guys a free download.  I was looking at photos from Jackson’s nursery today and I was getting a bit nostalgic for my tiny little guy.  He’s not so tiny now, and he’s not quite as content to play while I’m on the computer.  He LOVES to ‘work’ on the computer.  And just google image …continue…

{Real Showers} Book Themed Baby Shower, Part I

This past weekend, I helped throw a baby shower for my book-loving friend Joanne.  She and her husband love reading so much, at their wedding instead of table names they chose book titles. Because of this, I thought it would only be appropriate to throw a book-themed baby shower, encouraging guests to bring a favorite children’s book along with their gift. After scouring pinterest and a few google searches, I …continue…

May, already?!

Ok. Where are the months going?! It’s almost May? Noooo. Not only will I be turning 30! Over the hill!!! But sometimes I look at Jackson and I don’t recognize him. His face is really turning into that of a boy. He won’t be my baby for long. I’m not really stressed about either of these things but I do get blown away at how quickly time does pass. I’ve …continue…

{Party} Ahoy it’s a Boy!

So, I’m aware that this is a little late as Stacy’s son, Connor is now almost 7 months old, and has turned into quite the adorable boy as you saw a few days ago. But summer is approaching and this theme is perfect for a summer baby shower. So for all the expectant mother’s out there a Sailor theme or an ‘Ahoy it’s a Boy’ is an easy theme to …continue…

Sweet Pea Favors

(from martha stewart) These sweet favors are enough for me to hope that my next friend is having a baby girl and I can plan a Sweet Pea shower.  The favors from, Martha Stewart, have everything available to print out the design yourself. I love the simplicity in the design.  Instead of having the name on the top you could always have a different text.  You could say, ‘It’s a …continue…

{DIY Card} Happy Spring!

Can you believe it is spring already! Wow, how time flies by these days. Here’s a quick and easy DIY card you can make this spring. Use whatever materials you have on hand. I tend to save paper shopping bags for reuse. I had a Paper Source bag which I used for this project. You could use extra wrapping paper, color/stamp on some regular old printer paper, even try using …continue…