truebluemeandyou:

12 Free Magical Fonts from The Graphics Fairy. What is good about this post is that you can use these fonts commercially (most free fonts cannot be used commercially). For more unique fonts that I’ve posted (monograms, unicorns, famous movie and character fonts, dingbats etc…) go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/fonts and for the popular 13 Harry Potter Magical Fonts go here.

truebluemeandyou:

12 Free Magical Fonts from The Graphics Fairy. What is good about this post is that you can use these fonts commercially (most free fonts cannot be used commercially). For more unique fonts that I’ve posted (monograms, unicorns, famous movie and character fonts, dingbats etc…) go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/fonts and for the popular 13 Harry Potter Magical Fonts go here.

truebluemeandyou:

Roundup of 9 Poke Cake Recipes. My most pinned image is the Oero Pudding Poke Cake from the Country Cook. Why do people love poke cakes? They are simple and fun to make! KID FRIENDLY RECIPES.
Oreo Pudding Poke Cake fom the Country Cook.
Strawbery Milkshake Poke Cake from Sewlicious Home Decor. Instead of milk use ice cream.
Banana Pudding Poke Cake from The Country Cook.
Grasshopper Poke Cake from Something Swanky.
Red Velvet Cheesecake Pudding Poke Cake from Eighteen25. 
Rainbow Jello Poke Cake from Flour on My Face. “… the Rainbow one I poked the first round of holes for the first color jello. I poured that color, put the cake in the fridge to let the jello set up then I poked the next round and did the same thing. I did that for each of the separate colors.”
Red Velvet Poke Cake with Oreo Topping from The Country Cook.
White Chocolate Carrot Poke Cake from Mrs Happy Homemaker.
Candy Corn Poke Cake from Kara’s Party Ideas.
For an addtional 20 poke cakes go to this roundup from I should be Mopping the Floor here.

truebluemeandyou:

Roundup of 9 Poke Cake Recipes. My most pinned image is the Oero Pudding Poke Cake from the Country Cook. Why do people love poke cakes? They are simple and fun to make! KID FRIENDLY RECIPES.

  1. Oreo Pudding Poke Cake fom the Country Cook.
  2. Strawbery Milkshake Poke Cake from Sewlicious Home Decor. Instead of milk use ice cream.
  3. Banana Pudding Poke Cake from The Country Cook.
  4. Grasshopper Poke Cake from Something Swanky.
  5. Red Velvet Cheesecake Pudding Poke Cake from Eighteen25. 
  6. Rainbow Jello Poke Cake from Flour on My Face. “… the Rainbow one I poked the first round of holes for the first color jello. I poured that color, put the cake in the fridge to let the jello set up then I poked the next round and did the same thing. I did that for each of the separate colors.”
  7. Red Velvet Poke Cake with Oreo Topping from The Country Cook.
  8. White Chocolate Carrot Poke Cake from Mrs Happy Homemaker.
  9. Candy Corn Poke Cake from Kara’s Party Ideas.

For an addtional 20 poke cakes go to this roundup from I should be Mopping the Floor here.

jayjay022:

etteluor:

listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

I couldn’t have clicked the motherfucking follow button faster after I saw the pinata cookies with mini m&m’s inside holy shit let me tell you

Yessss

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rainbowsandunicornscrafts:
DIY Hary Potter Marauders Map Tutorial and Printable from Harry Potter Paraphernalia. This is one of the coolest Harry Potter DIYs I have ever seen. If you like the map, download her free PDF because you never know when something is going to disappear from the internet.
You can see her simplified map for a kid’s party with ideas about making a map of your house on the inside with suggetions like the following:

A tree, especially a Willow tree – Whomping Willow
Basement – Dungeons, Underground, Snape’s Storage Rooms, Potions Classroom
Dining Room – Great Hall
Furnace Room – Floo Network
Garden – Hagrid’s Pumpkin Patch
Kitchen – Hogwarts Kitchens
Living Room – Common Rooms, Dormitories (could call it the ‘Hufflepuff Dormitories’, or substitute the word ‘Hufflepuff’ for Gryffindor, Slytherin, or Ravenclaw)
Shed – Shrieking Shack, Broom Shed
Stairs – Grand Staircase, 3rd Floor Corridor

This is what the printable for the party map ends up looking like:



truebluemeandyou: This is the most complete Marauders Map I’ve seen as a free printable. Also the tutorial for the staining of the map is excellent. Hary Potter Marauders Map Tutorial and Printable from .

truebluemeandyou:

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Hary Potter Marauders Map Tutorial and Printable from Harry Potter Paraphernalia. This is one of the coolest Harry Potter DIYs I have ever seen. If you like the map, download her free PDF because you never know when something is going to disappear from the internet.

You can see her simplified map for a kid’s party with ideas about making a map of your house on the inside with suggetions like the following:

  • A tree, especially a Willow tree – Whomping Willow
  • Basement – Dungeons, Underground, Snape’s Storage Rooms, Potions Classroom
  • Dining Room – Great Hall
  • Furnace Room – Floo Network
  • Garden – Hagrid’s Pumpkin Patch
  • Kitchen – Hogwarts Kitchens
  • Living Room – Common Rooms, Dormitories (could call it the ‘Hufflepuff Dormitories’, or substitute the word ‘Hufflepuff’ for Gryffindor, Slytherin, or Ravenclaw)
  • Shed – Shrieking Shack, Broom Shed
  • Stairs – Grand Staircase, 3rd Floor Corridor
This is what the printable for the party map ends up looking like:

truebluemeandyou: This is the most complete Marauders Map I’ve seen as a free printable. Also the tutorial for the staining of the map is excellent. Hary Potter Marauders Map Tutorial and Printable from .

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Crochet Shark Pouch by Tamara Kelly on Ravelry. People who made this pattern overwhelmingly “loved it”.You have to sign up for Ravelry but it is easy to do and so worth it. Top and Bottom Left Photos: DIY by Tamara Kelly. Bottom Right Photo: DIY by thiswaythatway here. She added red felt to the mouth. In honor of shark week starting August 10th, 2014.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Crochet Shark Pouch by Tamara Kelly on Ravelry. People who made this pattern overwhelmingly “loved it”.You have to sign up for Ravelry but it is easy to do and so worth it. Top and Bottom Left Photos: DIY by Tamara Kelly. Bottom Right Photo: DIY by thiswaythatway here. She added red felt to the mouth. In honor of shark week starting August 10th, 2014.

Eccentric Envelopes

wellappointeddesk:

Make Eccentric Envelopes

Stephanie Fishwick posted some loose but lovely envelopes with her tips and techniques for creating fun envelopes for non-calligraphers. She recommends using watercolors but ink samples would also work and i a great way to use up all those samples you’ve accumulated.

Her best tip is that imperfections make it more awesome. Use a limited color palette and repetition to pull it together. No one…

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stereomindset:

tastegarden:

The Cookie Cup

what a time to be alive 

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buzzfeedbooks:

Here are some books to inspire and invigorate you.

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