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Seven Days of Love

Seven Days of Love
by Corie Who likes a good surprise? I know I do! Well, how would you like to give your spouse SEVEN days of love surprises? Shadeleaf Studios The three things you need: 1: A standard Monday-Sunday pill box 2: Candies such as M&M’s, Lemonheads, gum, etc. 3: Download the Seven Days of Love printable here Once you have printed the Seven Days of Love printable, cut out each love letter and place one in each box Monday-Sunday. I decided to put mine on my husband’s nightstand. You Might Also Like These Related Articles Related:  Gifts to Give to Manuel

The ULTIMATE Marshmallow Fight | Celebrate Every Day With Me Are you looking for five minutes of true family fun? Get Ready! This will be one of those things that delight your kids, make you laugh as a family and create great memories. In fact, this is one of my favorite memories of the last few weeks and the kids are still talking about it! The History: It started when I got the munchies one day and grabbed a bag of mini-marshmallows. Then a couple Saturdays ago, Dan and I had a mini-marshmallow fight during lunch. So I created this note and bag of “ammo” and taped it to the door. The kids each got their own bag of mini-marshmallows. Sweet Boy kept announcing, “I am so excited!” But then the door opened and we jumped out and began throwing marshmallows at Dan. I have always loved the statement, “Families that play together stay together.”

8 DIYs for a Perfect Picnic This contributor post was written by Beth of Parsimonia. I don’t know what the weather is like where you are, but here in St. Louis, warm days are here to stay. One of my favorite outdoor activities revolves, like most things, around friends and food, and that’s picnics. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Have a great weekend! Beth is the writer behind Parsimonia: Secondhand With Style, where she blogs about her first love (thrifting) and her second love (cooking), as well as DIY projects, sustainable style and other bits of inspiration. This entry is filed under DIY picnic, DIY picnic ideas, diy projects, picnic, picnic basket, picnic blanket, picnic invitation, spring DIY ideas, summer DIY ideas, summer picnic, vintage, vintage suitcase. 7 Ways in 7 Days to Knock the Socks Off Your Spouse I met my husband at the beginning of my sophomore year of college at Brigham Young University. We married right before finals at the end of the year—I was only 19! So young! :) My freshman year I always made fun of the girls in the MFHD program (Marriage, Family, Human Development) because I thought all they wanted to do was get married--and that didn't equate to my accounting/business oriented mind. Boy was I shocked with myself when after we were married I decided to switch to the MFHD program! Going from years by ourselves and then throwing kids into the mix has been an interesting experience. From my schooling and experience I've learned that to keep marriage going strong sometimes you have to shake things up. The Weekly Marriage Shake Up (To thoroughly knock the socks off your spouse!) Sweet Treat Sunday Massage Monday Touch Tuesday Woo Him/Her Wednesday Thank Him/Her Thursday Fun Activity Friday Sweet Nothings Saturday Sweet Treat Sunday Massage Monday You can go about this a few ways.

101 Handmade Gifts for Men {DIY} I’ve gathered some creative tutorials, free printables and just plain fabulous ideas to help create awesome handmade gifts for the men in your life. They can be so hard to shop for and this list will give you enough ideas to cover every birthday, Father’s Day and Christmas for the next few years! You’ll find a few things for the guys that like to grill, their office and even the garage. Handmade gifts rule…Target drools! I’m sure you can create something that will make them feel extra special. If you love creative links, please subscribe to Everything Etsy! Thanks so much for all your tweets, stumbles, Facebook likes and pins on my Handmade Gift Tutorials, Summer Sewing Tutorials and Free Printables posts…you are the coolest crafty friends! Handmade gifts make people smile extra big, don’t you think? ~Kim

58+ Easy & Creative Ways To Cheer Up A Loved One {**FREE Printables!} by Sarina Everyone goes through hard times and everyone has their down days. If you know someone who is feeling glum, you may want to help, but are at a loss for what to do. For the Loved One Who Is Feeling Down 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. For the Loved One Who is Ill or Injured 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. For the Loved One Who Needs to Feel Appreciated 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. For The Loved One Who Just Needs to Feel EXTRA Loved 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. How can anyone be down when there is so much love around? No matter who you know that is having a hard time – take the time to show you care! So go for it! You Might Also Like These Related Articles

find joy in the journey: let's go on a date: january For Christmas this year I gave Scott a slew of golfing gear (shoes, balls, rangefinder). Oh, and a new stainless steel double-action potato masher. I also gave him something for us to enjoy together. This basket holds 12 envelopes. The plan is to open the envelope together at the beginning of the month, look at the calendar and decide on a date. the date envelope contents $15 giftcard to OMSI, $25 giftcard at McMennamins, brochure/map of McMennamins restaurants in the area cost $40 the plan Eat dinner at one of the many McMennamins restaurants in the area and then do something fun at OMSI -- laser show, IMAX movie, or use it towards general admission. the scrapbook page Get ready to flip out because I . . . made a scrapbook page! I brought along my Fuji Instax for picture taking. Our January date also doubled as our anniversary date. 12 years! I think I'm liking this plan. 11 more to go. next month a relaxing night at home to see all of our monthly dates in 2011, go here

52 Reasons I Love You My Sister's Suitcase: DIY Sharpie Mug Valentine Gift Are you feeling the Valentine's LOVE yet? I really like Valentine's Day. I love making cute little things with my kids and I think it is such a fun holiday! This Valentine gift is cheap, easy, heartfelt...and can be filled with food! It's a twist on the fun Sharpie Mug trend. I decided to turn this cute oversized mug (from Dollar Tree) into a little love letter. Disclaimer: I do not love my handwriting. Fact: Most men don't analyze handwriting like we do! Stick the mug on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Finally, I filled it up with some of his favorite red treats. What are you making or buying your Valentine this year? We love linking to these parties!

Scratch Map Online Store DIY Pallet Swing Bed Oh the endless things you can do with pallets! A swing bed has been on my “Mike To-Make List” for some time (oh how long that list is! ). And we’ve had some pallets sitting in the yard just waiting for a good DIY project. (So really I’m just trying to help Mike get things cleaned up outside…) Swinging has to be my all time favorite childhood activity. There are a number of ways you can make these swing beds. What you’ll need: pallets2 x 4 lumber (we used three 8-foot pieces)drillscrewssawmeasuring taperope**mattress or cushion (we used a standard twin mattress)2-3 vinyl zippered mattress covers* How to do it: Measure the size of the mattress or cushion you’re putting on the pallet and figure out how many pallets you’ll need to use to fit your mattress on. *Not necessary, but will keep your mattress dry & protected **We used a solid braid pro-grade rope. We also covered our mattress with 2 vinyl zippered mattress covers to protect it from moisture and bugs.

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