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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Legend of Zelda Heart Containers Love Notes!

 Legend of Zelda Heart Containers Love Notes!
I love the old school Nintendo know...
this one:
 Absolutely loved this game!
I know where all the secret rocks, bushes and trapdoors are.
I love finding that little fairy!
And I love finding heart containers!
Well you start out with only 3...and every hit takes away half of a heart!
 Here's the printable I designed.
Just right click to save off...print out in color...I printed onto cardstock...cut page into 4ths...
and trim the edges down to 4 x 5.25"
 I use a paper chopper that I heart heart heart.
Then just tape the heart container pic to a half sheet of black cardstock.
(5.5 x 4.25" when folded in half)
 I taped the edges and an X in the center...slight overkill, but those hearts aren't going anywhere.
 Place on center of card.  Gives it a 1/4" thick border.
Looks awesome!
Now write on it with a silver or gold pen and send it to someone!
The perfect love note!

Here's some more Geek inspired Cards!

Check out this Minecraft Heart Tessellation Card:

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

How I Keep My 6 Year Old Happy with Frankincense Oil!

How I Keep My 6 Year Old Happy! 
I absolutely love essential oils!
 in exchange for this review. #RadhaFrankincense
 So, meet my son.  He is 6, and the third child.
He has a little bit of a temper...and oddly enough, 2 mosquito bites on his forehead. (lol)
If you have kiddo's, it's hard to calm them down when they are upset.
So, when I received this oil, I waited until he was grumpy to test it out.
I took him out on the patio and took this before picture.
(he was not thrilled, obvs)
 I used a drop of frankincense oil and rub it over his heart.
 And then litterally in a minute, he was not only calmed down...
but hysterically laughing!
I have never seen a child change their mood so quickly when they are upset about something.
This has been life changing for us!
Here's what the 6 year old had to say on the subject:

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