Fab Friday – Free Easter Printables

It’s LAST MINUTE time… and to help you out, here are some fun FREE Easter Printables.

From Mr. Printables, adorable Bunny Party Favor Bags:


From It Is What It Is, a treat bag topper – perfect for Peeps!

From Aly & Ash, super cute Easter cupcake toppers:



Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas

The end of the school year is ALMOST here (hooray!), and it’s time to be gathering your ideas for teacher appreciation gifts!  We already have a free printable HERE that you can download and use… and I have some other fun ideas for you today too!

(Psst… and you might just want to come back tomorrow for ANOTHER free printable for your teacher… just saying).

First up, from Giggles Galore comes a FUN idea for a DIY gift – a decorated potted plant AND gift card.  I love the chalkboard look on this pot! Step-by-step instructions, as well as prices are given!

I found a really cute free teacher appreciate printable from Eighteen25 – it’s perfect for any kind of cookie gift you want to give.  Free and so easy!

You know I can’t pass up a chance to share cookie ideas from Sweet Sugar Belle… look at this fun post with a couple of great cookie gift ideas.  She is *so* amazing!

One more from Eighteen25 – free downloadable teacher tags for CANDY jars.  Such a great idea for a gift that your favorite teacher can use and re-use.  She found the mini jars at Hobby Lobby; most craft stores sell them!

This next downloadable is not free, but it’s very inexpensive, and I think you’ll agree that it’s TOTALLY worth the price (less than $2!).  Just look at the adorable downloadable tags you can get from {think cute} designs!  Attach to a bag of little goldfish crackers, and you have an quick, easy, and FUN gift!

Are you planning your teacher appreciation gifts yet?  If so, what are YOU working on?  We’d love to hear!

Download FREE Printables for your Halloween Treat Bags

It hardly seems possible that fall has arrived and we are once again facing the “holiday season”.  I walked through a shop the other day that was displaying Halloween items on sale for 50% off, and the store employees were filling up shelves with Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations.  Really?  Discounting Halloween items BEFORE Halloween?

Well, I’m still looking FORWARD to Halloween, myself.  My three children are excited about costume ideas (which change daily) and my 6 year old made a “count-down” to Halloween calendar today.  (20 more days, in case you were wondering!)  He also asked me if we could make presents for his friends for Halloween.  I told him, “NO problem!”  After much discussion we decided to put together favor bags with some kind of gummy worms (scary ones, of course) and spiders.  I told him I could make some fun treat bag stickers to decorate the bags, and then I thought, “hmm… I should share these free Halloween stickers with the Diva Entertains blog readers”.

So… here I am sharing!  Below are two DIY round sticker or tag designs you can print and use for your Halloween treat bags or Halloween favors.

This is a PDF file., and you can download the file by clicking HERE.  Simply print them on cardstock, punch them out with a 2 inch round or scallop punch (purchased at a craft store like Michaels or ordered from HERE, and use double-stick tape to add them to your treat bags.  You could do the same with sticker paper, and skip the double-stick tape step!  I have included 10 of each design on the sheet, for a total of 20 tags per sheet.

If you have any questions or need help using this file, just send an email to char@divaentertains.com.

Happy Halloween countdown!


These printables are for PERSONAL use only.  No commercial use allowed!  Pumpkin and witch hat clipart from http://digiwebstudio.com