Salted Caramel Brownies

Salted caramel brownies = heaven.

For real.

When I had my wisdom teeth pulled a few weeks ago, my diet was very limited. Soft foods only. As much as I love chocolate pudding (and I truly do love it), I started dreaming of the time when I could eat real food. Hamburgers and french fries. Roast beef. Pizza rolls. And brownies.

And when I opened my pantry and saw five leftover chocolate bars from our s’mores party, an idea formed. Brownies with chocolate bars and salted caramel in the middle.

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Cub Scout DIY Fidget Spinner

A few weeks ago a friend told me she was going to make some of my fidget spinners with her cub scouts at their den meeting. And I realized it would be so fun if they could make a scouting fidget spinner at their scout meeting! So the cub scout fidget spinner was born. Thank you, Jodi.

But here’s the thing. I am totally lame when it comes to scouts, especially cub scouts. I have three girls and have never actually worked in scouts. Whenever I see my friends doing scouting things, I am very impressed. Because scouts is totally intimidating and I’m secretly glad that I don’t have boys just so I don’t have to do scouts. Sad, I know.

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Sunday Activity Printable Kit {New in Shop!}

This Sunday Activity Printable Kit is the perfect way to keep the kids busy and happy on Sundays!

This Sunday Activity Printable Kit is perfect for Church, Sunday School, Primary, Activity Days, or Sunday afternoons at home!

Sundays can be rough for families with young children. We want our kids to love Sundays but the truth is, it’s hard. Church often seems long and boring.

Then there are the Sunday afternoons after church. I want my kids to view Sunday as a special day, a day to worship and rest. But far too often, my kids dread Sundays.

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Article of Faith Bingo Game

Bingo is one of our favorite games. It’s easy, fun, and simple enough that my older kids can play it by themselves.

My oldest two girls are in Activity Days and they are trying to learn the Articles of Faith. I thought it would be so fun to make an Article of Faith Bingo game to help them learn more about the Articles of Faith, as well as the Articles of Faith themselves. We have loved playing this game as family, and I am excited to share it with you!

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2017 Father’s Day Gift Guide

Are you looking for a fun gift for Father’s Day? I have put together a list of my husband’s favorite gifts from recent years (except the hot sauce making kit-that’s on my list for this year). All of these gifts can be ordered online, making your Father’s Day gift-giving simple yet thoughtful.

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Father’s Day Coloring Card

This Father’s Day coloring card is perfect for kids! The kids can color, draw, and tell their dad how special they are.

And the good part for you is that it’s so easy! You don’t have to print it on card stock, or use a color printer. Just print, fold, and let the kids make a cute card that will make their dad’s day.

These free Father's Day Coloring Cards are an easy, fun, & inexpensive way for kids to show their dad (or any special man in their life) how much they care! Get them at

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June 2017 Visiting Teaching Printable Handout

I am really loving this June visiting teaching printable handout.

Since I am getting all four of my wisdom teeth pulled tomorrow, I wanted to make sure I had this up and ready for you. Just in case I am down and out for a week. (And just fyi, I am more than a little bit anxious about this dental procedure. I don’t love going to dentist, and getting four teeth pulled is making me super nervous! Too bad I didn’t get it done 20 years ago, but at least I get to eat lots of pudding. And I am excited about the mounds of chocolate pudding I plan on eating.)

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DIY Fidget Spinner {Coloring Edition}

Fidget spinners are so popular right now. When I made the last DIY fidget spinner printable and tutorial, I kept thinking how fun it would be if the kids could color and decorate their own fidget spinner.

My kids have LOVED coloring their own fidget spinners, and I bet your kids will too!

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Father’s Day Candy Tags

Looking for a fun, easy, and inexpensive way to show the men in your life that you care? Or maybe you’re looking for a gift that your church, community, or school can give to all the men for Father’s Day. You want it to be cute (of course!), but stay within budget.

I totally get it.

And that’s where these candy bar tags come in. Just print them off and tap, glue, or tie them onto the candy bars, and you are good to go!

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DIY Fidget Spinner

Fidget spinners are all the rage right now.

I first learned about them a few weeks ago when we spotted them at a yard sale. They seemed expensive for a plastic triangle and when I asked my girls what they do, they said they spin.

“They spin? That’s it’s?” Yep, that’s it. And my girls told me that everyone had one.

Well, that started my fidget spinner fascination. Once I looked around, I saw that they truly were everywhere.

Even on You Tube, you can find DIY fidget spinners made from dry ice, legos, and water bottle caps. The tutorials I found most helpful for my own fidget spinners were the ones made by RedTedArt and DrawSoCute.

This DIY Fidget Spinner is so fun and easy to make! Get this printable & instructions at You'll have your own DIY fidget spinner in minutes!

My girls have loved my fidget spinner journey.  They have watched me make a least a dozen fidget spinners in the last week. They have taken them to school and have not held back their opinions. Thankfully, they love these finished fidget spinners.

I have tried lots of techniques, but this post shows the best way that I have found to make these quickly and get them to really spin.

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Father’s Day Popcorn Tag

Last year a friend asked me to make a Father’s Day tag that she could put on popcorn and give to all the men in our church congregation. She gave me the quote, “Thanks for being such an awesome pop!” and I ran with it.

Then I forgot about it.

I found it in my files a few months ago and I am excited to share it with you today! Just in time for Father’s Day.

These free Father's Day gift tags are perfect for adding some love to popcorn or soda! "Thanks for being an awesome pop!" Get it today at!

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God Needs Brave Sons Free Printables

A few months ago, a very dear friend sent me an email with the quote, “God needs brave sons.” She is serving a mission in Australia with her husband and thought this would make a great printable.

I couldn’t agree more-this is such a great quote! But once I read the story behind the quote, it became even more meaningful.

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2017 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is almost here!

It’s a time to celebrate all the important women in our lives, whether they are mothers or not.

I love to give gifts and I have some great ideas for you! All of the products mentioned or ones that I personally own and use and a few that I really want. 🙂

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Paper Sack Mother’s Day Card and Gift

I love all the cool things that people are doing with paper sacks lately! My amazingly-talented friend Sheena recently made a banner, and a quick pinterest search shows so many cool paper bag crafts.

For years I have loved the Mother’s Day sack card from Simpy Kierste (one of my favorite blogs), but I thought if would be fun to have a combination of card, coloring page, and gift. I want to keep the kiddos busy and coloring pages are perfect for that. Plus, chocolate seems like a necessity on Mother’s Day. So I decided to try my hand at creating an all-in-one gift idea and I love the result!

This paper sack Mother's Day card is also a gift and coloring page! It's the perfect and inexpensive way to help kids give a gift that mother's and women everywhere will love!

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May 2017 Visiting Teaching Printable Handout

I really love making general conference quote printables! The words from our leaders are so uplifting and they inspire me and my family to keep our faith and keep trying.

Since the visiting teaching message for May is general conference, I thought I would make one more general conference quote printable. One that I have wanted to make since I first heard the words.

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Free May Day Basket Printables

When I was a kid, I loved the idea of May Day baskets. When I was a teenager, I thought it was so dumb. But now as a parent, I am totally in love with the idea again.

I love the idea of sharing love and friendship through a cute basket. And these cute baskets are easy, cute, and totally fun to put together and give away!

These free May Day basket printables are easy to assemble and perfect for showing love & friendship!

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President Hinckley Quote Printables

Because we are studying President Gordon B. Hinckley’s teachings this year, I wanted to make a printable that could be used for lessons, handouts, visiting teaching, and home decor.

And once I got started creating, I couldn’t decide on a pink or purple color palette…so I did both! 🙂

Get this Gordon B. Hinckley quote printable free at! It comes in two sizes and is makes the perfect handout for your Sunday Relief Society lesson!

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April 2017 LDS General Conference Quote Printables

They’re here! My April 2017 LDS general conference quote printables are finally done and I am so excited to share them with you!

I hope you can use these inspirational printables as gifts, home decor, visiting teaching, and lesson handouts. But mostly, I hope that as you look at them and read the inspired quotes, you feel peace, joy, and comfort.

These free April 2017 LDS General Conference printable quotes are great for lessons, handouts, visiting teaching, and home decor! Get them today at

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Cookie Teacher Appreciation Gift Tags

Cookies speak to my soul. They make me happy, maybe un-naturally so. In fact when I was a few decades younger, I made a goal to find the best cookies recipes. You know how some people put skydiving and African safaris on their bucket lists? Well, cookies are on mine.

Maybe I need to aim higher in life.

These cookie teacher appreciation gift tags are perfect for expressing your gratitude to teachers at school, church, and in the community. Or you can you the "You're awesome" tag for anyone who deserves to know you care! Get them today at

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Free Don’t Eat Pete-Easter Version

We love the game Don’t Eat Pete. This Easter edition has been a huge hit with my kids and all the neighbor kids.

I love it because it’s simple, quick, and the kids can play it by themselves. The kids love it because it’s super fun and they get to eat snacks or treats as they play.

This Don't Eat Pete-Easter version is Easter fun for all ages! It's great for parties, playdates, and quiet afternoons at home. Get it today at!

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Easy Pistachio Cake Recipe (A tribute to Aunt Lou)

This homemade pistachio cake is so good and so delicious! It’s the perfect spring dessert. It’s colorful, moist, and easy! The base is a cake mix, making this recipe come together in a snap.

This homemade pistachio cake is moist, easy, and so delicious! It's the perfect spring and summer dessert and is a tribute to my Aunt Lou! Get the recipe at

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