Category Archives: freebies

Organize, Declutter + Get Things Done

How to Organize, Declutter and Get Things Done via @PagingSupermom

Thanks to Avery for sponsoring this post! Work-life balance is the buzz phrase when it comes to organizing tips. With my design and blogging work, I guess I still technically have “work” to balance, with life, but as we all know, even a mom who has no other job title, has PLENTY of work to…

Easy Back to School Care Package

Back to School Care Package w/ FREE PRINTABLES! via @PagingSupermom

I was so excited when I saw this adorable Back to School care package that my friend Melissa from Lulu the Baker put together using my free printables! So cute, right?! I love those adorable little badges she made using the Party Punchables and Party Flags that are part of my free back to school…

Free Printables for Pete’s Dragon

Disney's Pete's Dragon Movie via @PagingSupermom

I just saw Disney’s new Pete’s Dragon movie, and my favorite part of the film had to be the gorgeous scenery. We just returned from a 3-week family road trip up the Pacific Coast, and the lush forrest in Pete’s Dragon made me feel like we were back there. The new Pete’s Dragon is a…

Olympic Games for Kids

Make an Olympic Gold Medal via @PagingSupermom

My family loves the Olympics, and since I was a competitive swimmer growing up, I have a definite soft spot for the Summer Games. I just wanted to round up my favorite ideas for the Olympic Games for kids, in case you’d like to whip up some Olympic themed family fun this weekend! This Olympic…

Family Fun: Bubble Gum Blowing Contest!

How to do a Bubble Gum Blowing contest w/ free printables via @PagingSupermom

Bubble gum contests were sort of a tradition in my family. We would do them on camping trips or at other family gatherings. So since I consider myself a bubble gum contest expert, here’s a little tutorial on how to host a bubble gum contest of your own. HOW TO HOST A BUBBLE GUM CONTEST…

Fun Activities for Roald Dahl’s BFG Book

Roald Dahl's BFG Whizzpopper tag via @PagingSupermom

Have you read Roald Dahl’s The BFG book or seen the new movie from Disney? My 11-year-old daughter and I saw the BFG movie (short for Big Friendly Giant) a few weeks ago, and it was so fun to get wrapped up in Dahl’s vivid, fantasy Giant World. To be honest, my daughter enjoyed the…