This poem by George Macdonald is just beautiful and would be perfect on a page with the little ones in your life. Click here to open the JPG file.

These BABY title blocks are made to look like fuzzy soft blocks. Printable in Pink or Blue.

I’m so grateful to have a sister, and grateful that we’re close friends as well. Today’s printable is a quote that is perfect for those pages about that special friendship between sisters. I’ve set it three different ways and two of the settings have color options as well:

Fancy | Lacy | Cute | Lacy Green | Cute Pink

Here is 1 Corinthians 13:13 set in several different colors.

I hope you find it useful!

black | red | red and brown

I hope you will find these tags useful – this PDF has a variety of colors and sizes, some with flowers, stars, etc.

I sat down to make some tags tonight to put on this site, and I was looking around at what some others on the web have done, and I ran across this site with some super cute tags I thought you would enjoy. Check them out here. I’ll still make some tags of course- check back tomorrow.

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Sometimes scrapbook pages highlight the sillier moments in life. This quote from Jim Davis is perfect for those pages- “Avoid fruits and nuts. You are what you eat.” The PDf file is rather large because it has not only the quote, but also various fruits and nuts to embellish your layout with. Click here to open.

A pretty brown letter and number set designed to be easily punched out with your 1″ square punch.  Click here to open the PDF.

Today’s printable contains several happy one-word embellishments: giggle, laughter, play, sweet, and joyful.   Click here to open the PDF.

For your next birthday layout, here are some clips including a Happy Birthday sign, hat, present, and some balloons. I think it’s a cute idea to just cut out the balloon part and not the string. Put the balloons on puff dots and then use actual string to give it a dimensional look. Click here to open the PDF.

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