Seattle Seahawks Coloring Page for Kids


I have one more Seahawks Printable for you! My kids are 6 and 3 love the Seahawks! I thought it would be fun to have a coloring page for them while we watch the Super Bowl or to get ready for the big day.  My son is really excited to color the Seahawk "just like the real one!" haha. :)

Download the coloring page HERE
(All R & R Workshop Printables are for personal use only.)

Hope your having a great week! 

For more Seahawks Printables: 



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Go Seahawks Printable Banner and food Toppers


We love our Seahawks! Living in Idaho, we don't meet to many people from Washington or who are Seahawks fans. We are having a Superbowl party with friends this year and I wanted a banner to hang up. These food toppers for the desserts snd yummy appetizers we will be making when we watch the game.




12th Man Cupcake Toppers are a free download- HERE.

Banner and party pack are available HERE.
(All R & R Workshop Prints are for personal use only.)

We are excited to celebrate our favorite team and watch the Superbowl! Are you a Seahawks fan too? :)

More Seahawks Printables:



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Nap-time Creations,  Reasons to Skip the housework,
VMG206, Tiny Side Kick, Ginger Snap Crafts
Smart School House, Busy Moms Helper, Houseologie,
Live Laugh Rowe, Living Well Spending Less,
Lolly JaneThe Girl Creative

Hugs & Kisses Valentine Idea for Teachers

While your busy putting together gifts for kids in the class, don't forget about teachers too! This is the same gift my sisters and I gave to our teachers growing up. Long before Pinterest and blogs and I can't wait to share the details with you!



I also joined an awesome group of bloggers to share our DIY Valentine Ideas!






The tag on these cute valentines say "Hugs & Kisses and a great big "squeeze" Be My Valentine Please? Just a cute little rhyme to go with this sweet and yummy gift.


I can still remember sitting at our dining room table and putting these valentines together with my mom and sisters. So to make these tags was so fun for me. I think we hand wrote them when we were little so I made it easier for you :) We used Squeeze-its as a kid, but any drink would work.

You can get the printable HERE(All R & R Workshop Printables are for personal use ONLY.)


Here is what you will need to put this together:
Sandwhich bags
Hershey Drinks
Kool-Aid drinks or juice boxes
Ribbon
Scissors


1. Put a handful of Hershey kisses into the bag. Cut the top off (where the bag closes) and tie a piece of ribbon around it.
2. Tie bag onto the drink.
3. Print and cut out tags. Hole punch the tag and tie onto drink with ribbon.




There are 6 tags on a sheet. Not only are these a fun gift idea for teachers but for don't forget about church leaders, neighbors, aunts & uncles, grandparents and even kids!



Such a fun and simple Valentine! I hope you love it as much as I do and check out all the other ideas below :)

An InLinkz Link-up

DIY Striped Cork Board (Non- Permanent too!)



First post of the New Year! This one was done a few months ago, but I wanted to wait until after the holidays to post. I wanted to paint stripes on the cork board in the kids shared room. Simple enough, but I didn't want it to be permanent.

Enter.. duck tape. Love this stuff and all the colors and patterns you can now buy it in. So off to the store I went to get a roll! Came home and 10 minutes later I had a cute cork board! Ps.. this is not a sponsored post. I just really like duct tape!

Remember the kids chore chart I made? I got this cork board at the same time I got the magnet board. Both were huge which is awesome because that means I can fit more things on it. I painted the bulletin board my favorite shade of blue that I also used on my Gallery wall.



I won't do a tutorial because you can basically do this with your eyes closed. But if you are like me you want things perfect so you can measure the space between each stripe. It literally took me maybe 10 minutes.

With my son in kindergarten and both kids like to color and draw, this was a great to display their artwork. Or pictures or anything else we want! 

Curtains: Walmart, Chevron laundry tote: TJMaxx, Book shelves: Ikea

My favorite little corner in the kids shared room! The striped cork board was just the pop of color and pattern that it needed. 

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