Teacher Appreciation ~ Donuts & Coffee Mason Jar Gift ~ Free Printables!

This fun teacher appreciation gift is easy to put together…just decorate a Mason jar with the provided free printables, fill with donuts, and add a Starbucks gift card! Surprise, friends! Your regularly scheduled recipe is being interrupted today by a new free printable! My longtime readers know that I used to create and share seasonal free printables about once a month, but for some reason, I’ve gotten out of practice. So when my good friend Kristi invited me to take {Read More}

Thanksgiving Quote Free Printable ~ “Gather with a Grateful Heart”

I’ve been inundating y’all with Thanksgiving recipes this month…so how ’bout a little break today for a fun, free printable? It’s the quickest, easiest way to add a little decor to your table this Turkey Day! Many of you know that every so often, I enjoy creating holiday and seasonal free printables to share on the blog. Last Thanksgiving, I put together a free 8- by 10-inch Thanksgiving quote printable that ended up being one of my most popular printables {Read More}

Back-to-School Teacher Survival Kit Mason Jar Gift ~ Free Printables!

This Back-to-School Teacher Survival Kit is full of what teachers need to get through that first week of school — Sharpies, hand sanitizer, caffeine, and chocolate! Free printable tags make this an easy, thoughtful teacher gift! This shop is part of a social marketer shopping insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Sharpie, but all opinions are my own. #pmedia #StaplesBTS http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV Yesterday was the first day back to school for my eldest (now 2nd grader!), and I have to {Read More}

Father’s Day Free Printable ~ Dad Quote

Brighten a special dad’s Father’s Day with this free printable father quote (available in two sizes and three colors), which can be framed on its own, side-by-side with a photo, or incorporated it into a photo collage! Father’s Day is just around the corner, and some of you us may still be looking for a last-minute memento to make dear ol’ dad feel special. Well, today I’ve got a quick little idea for ya! I am so blessed to be {Read More}

Mother’s Day Gift Tags: Free Printables ~ Featuring Mom Quotes

Mother’s Day Gift Tags (free printables!) are the perfect way to dress up presents for mom, with quotes that range from sweet to sentimental to humorous. So I realize that I shared a printable set in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week just a few days ago. But here I am today with more printables because let’s face it…May is a busy month and I wanted to make sure y’all had these before Mother’s Day in (eeek!) just a few days. {Read More}

Teacher Appreciation Printables ~ 8×10″ Print, Note Cards, & Gift Tags {“I Am a Teacher” Quote}

Show your teachers how grateful you are for all they do with these free Teacher Appreciation Printables! Frame the 8×10″ print as a gift, use a gift tag to top a treat, or write a heartfelt thank you note on one of the note cards. The school year is almost over, y’all. How the heck did that happen?! I think it’s hitting me harder than usual because my oldest child is wrapping up first grade, and that’s the grade I {Read More}

Free Easter Hymn Printable {with 3 Color Choices}

A few weeks ago, when I shared my Peter Cottontail-inspried Easter printable, I promised to create a deeper meaning of Easter-type printable. So that’s what I have for you today. These are the lyrics to my favorite Easter hymn, and they’ve been resonating in my head ever since I put this new printable up for display. And honestly, it’s a refreshing balance to Hippity, Hoppity, Happy Easter Day. 😉 While it’s definitely fun to embrace the bunny and candy-filled eggs {Read More}

Free Easter Printable {with 3 Color Choices} ~ Hippity, Hoppity, Happy Easter Day!

I hope everyone had a fun St. Paddy’s Day! In case I haven’t mentioned it a time or 17, I’m way excited to welcome spring this week! With that, it’s time to start thinking about Easter…which means I’ve got a new free printable for y’all, of course. We definitely try to focus on the true meaning of Easter at our house, but we also like to have fun with eggs and candy and the Easter bunny and such. So today {Read More}

St. Patrick’s Day Free Printable ~ Irish Blessing

Heading into March, my mantle is still bedecked in pink and red, so I’m thinking it’s just about time to switch that out for some kelly green. While I don’t go too crazy with St. Patrick’s Day decor, I do love me a good Irish quote. So I transformed the words of one of my favorite Irish blessings into the type of printable that would make a wee leprechaun proud…and today I’m sharing it with you, too! I don’t know {Read More}

Bubbles Valentines {Free Printable} ~ Valentine, You Blow Me Away!

Today you get a bonus, between-recipes post! I intended to share this weeks ago, after I bought some packs of mini bubble tubes to attach to my boys’ class Valentines. At the time, I had the bright idea to come up with my own little printable Valentine and then share it with you all. Well, as it often does, life got in the way. And then, my home printer ran out of cyan toner. So here we are, five days {Read More}

Slow Cooker Root Beer Pulled Pork Sliders with Creamy Broccoli Slaw {PLUS} Super Bowl Drink Tags Printable

Slow cooker pulled pork is simmered in root beer and coated in a flavorful homemade barbecue sauce. It’s especially tasty piled on sweet slider buns and topped with crunchy, creamy broccoli slaw.

Free Printables for Valentine’s Day {I Love You A Bushel & A Peck}

I’ll be back tomorrow with one of my all-time favorite crock pot recipes, but today I wanted to share my latest printable creation, in plenty of time for Valentine’s Day! Do you decorate for V-Day? I have to admit that I don’t do too much. But I do have an 8-by-10 frame on the mantel that I try to fill with something seasonal each month. So since starting this blog, I’ve had fun coming up with new holiday themed printables {Read More}

New Year’s Free Printable ~ Auld Lang Syne

Happy (Almost) New Year, friends! I decided to create a printable to help you ring in 2014, and I thought it would be fun to incorporate the words of that beloved, nostalgic, and cliched New Year’s Eve song, Auld Lang Syne. Would you believe that, even after the bazillions of times I’ve cried through the end of It’s a Wonderful Life, I still had to look up these words to make sure I got them right? And then I decided {Read More}

Free Christmas Printable ~ Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

Am I the only one who can’t believe it’s already December?! Ready or not, that means I have a new seasonal printable for you! I love decorating for Christmas, and I love Christmas music, so combining the two into a printable seemed only natural. I will admit that I had a really hard time deciding which Christmas song to go with, but Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas seemed just perfect for decking the halls. (Fa la la la la.) {Read More}

Thanksgiving Quote ~ Free Printable!

Somehow it’s already November, and despite the haze of a Halloween candy hangover, I do believe it’s time to start looking forward to Thanksgiving! Today I’ve put together a little seasonal printable that, at least for me, captures the essence of Thanksgiving. Let’s take a moment to break it down, shall we? EAT: I am of the opinion that both quality and quantity are important here. On my Thanksgiving table, turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green beans, homemade dinner {Read More}

Trick or Treat ~ Free Halloween Printable

I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that October is already almost halfway over. In fact, can I make a confession? I just now finished setting out my Halloween decorations. I’ve had some fall decor up since the beginning of September, but I got sidetracked and busy, and I neglected to add my Halloween stash when October rolled around. Oh, the mom guilt! But as of this weekend, that’s remedied…my kids can now stop pestering me {Read More}

Fluttering Leaves Fall Quote {by Emily Bronte} ~ FREE PRINTABLE!

Last week, when I started pulling my fall decorations out of the closet, I realized that I still had a summertime quote displayed on our mantle. I figured I’d better remedy that zippity quick with something more seasonally appropriate. Hence, TA-DAAA! Today I present to you this free, high resolution fall printable featuring a lyrical quote about fluttering autumn leaves by Emily Bronte. We don’t really have a lot of trees with color-changing leaves here in central Texas, and our {Read More}

Chalkboard Art Kitchen Quote: Take It or Leave It ~ FREE PRINTABLE

Today I’m sharing a kitchen chalkboard art printable that perfectly embodies my philosophy as head chef here at Casa de Five Heart Home. Hey, I could have said, “Eat it or starve.” All kidding aside, this quote is meant to be tongue-in-cheek, but it also rings pretty true around here. When I saw this sentiment floating around Pinterest, I knew I had to create a version of my own. Because while I certainly keep in mind the preferences and aversions {Read More}

Back to School Teacher Survival Kit Gift ~ FREE PRINTABLE!

Kick off the new school year with this back to school teacher gift, a survival kit which is sure to help your teacher make it through that busy first week with a smile! When I was a first grade teacher, there were three things I required to get through the first week of school: energy, sanity, and a boatload of antibacterial hand sanitizer. Now that I’m a mom of a first grader, hopefully my kids’ teachers will appreciate these “survival {Read More}

“Live in the Sunshine” Summertime Quote ~ Free Printable

I don’t know about y’all, but I am in complete denial that August is merely a week away. Wasn’t the last day of school just a few weeks ago, and the Fourth of July, like, yesterday? I’m going to roll with that last one, because I looked up this weekend and realized that I still have my mantle decked out in red, white, and blue. So I decided to remedy that. It was high time to swap out my America {Read More}

{Watch My Reading Soar!} Summer Reading Incentive Program ~ Free Printables

How many of you have a kiddo who started off the summer excited about reading, but now that we’re midway through July, has lost a bit of that initial enthusiasm? If this describes one of the smaller members of your household, don’t give up the good fight quite yet. It’s never too late to employ a few motivational tactics, and what says motivation like a cardstock kite taped to the wall? I came up with this kite-themed “Watch My Reading {Read More}

The Very Best Homemade Whole Wheat Bread

This 100% whole wheat bread stays unbelievably soft and fresh for days!

“America the Beautiful” Subway Art ~ Free Printable

Independence Day has always been one of my favorite holidays.  I love patriotism and I am very proud to be an American, which is probably why Lee Greenwood’s famous anthem gives me chills and brings me to tears every time I hear it.  I have happy childhood Fourth of July memories of sitting on a blanket on the banks of Town Lake while listening to the 1812 Overture and the Stars and Stripes Forever, as huge fireworks lit up the {Read More}

End of School Smarty Pants Party ~ with Free Printable Banner

A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated a successful end to the school year for my Kindergartener and preschooler with a family cupcake celebration that we deemed our Smarty Pants Party. I originally wanted to have our little fiesta as soon as we got home from picking up my Kindergartener on his last day of school, but we decided to wait until the following weekend so that Daddy could be in on the fun.  I thought I’d share here today {Read More}

Dad Libs ~ A Free Printable to Celebrate Father’s Day!

The countdown to Father’s Day is on, and if you’re looking for a last-minute gift of love and comedy, look no further than this free Dad Libs printable! Growing up in the 80s, Mad Libs were a childhood staple of mine.  Of course, keep in mind that this is coming from a girl who got a thrill out of diagramming sentences in middle school. Regardless of your fondness of or repulsion for parts of speech, the concept of Mad Libs {Read More}

Free Printable! Last Day of School Lunchbox Love Notes

This Wednesday marks the last day of Kindergarten for my biggest big boy.  I can hardly believe it…where does time go?!  Over the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to come up with fun ways to celebrate a successful first year of school, and it seemed only natural that I incorporate some cheerful lunchbox love notes to commemorate the last day. Over the past school year, I included a special note in my son’s lunchbox each day.  It might be {Read More}