Whew! It’s been a busy, busy, busy week around here! Family graduations, missionary homecomings, ahhh! More on that later. Lots more. :) Now! Onto the real reason for this post! I recently downloaded a few (free!) script fonts that I thought were beyond darling and had to share them with you! They’re perfect for summertime and add that darling, hand lettering dimension to any project. Plus, did I mention they’re free? Download them below! Have a happy weekend! xo
Daydreamer | LillyBelle | Fox in the Snow | Sweet Pea | KG the Fighter | KG Manhattan Script
(Keep in mind that free fonts are great for personal use, but always buy the license if using for commercial use :)
-When sitting at a light that just turned green and no one has started driving yet: “Come on people, drive!”
-After completing any chore or task “We did it, we did it, oh yeah yeah yeah.”
-When she wants to stay up later than her bedtime, she clasps her hand together, bats her eyes (seriously), and in a high pitched voice says “Preeeeetty please?”
-If her previous attempts did not work and she’s crying about going to bed “I think I need a timeout.”
-When wearing anything that resembles a cape “I super Ellie, here to save the day!”
-If we (or she) isn’t smiling “Hey Mr. Grumpy Gills. Just keep swimming, just keep swimming. Ha ha ha ha ha OH, I looove to swwwwim!”
If you’re looking for a super easy, super delicious, super sinful dessert, look no further! These no bake peanut butter bars are insanely delicious and so easy to make (no oven required!) They make a decent amount, perfect for summer parties, delivering to the neighbors, or eating for a midnight snack. ;) I won’t tell you how many I ate on this last batch, they’re just that good!
1 cup butter, melted
2 cups graham cracker crumbs
2 cups powdered sugar
1 cup + 3 tablespoons peanut butter
1 1/2-2 cups chocolate chips
Line 9x13 pan with tinfoil or wax paper. Mix together melted butter, graham crackers, powdered sugar, and 1 cup peanut butter in a bowl. Add mixture to the lined pan and spread evenly on bottom. Melt chocoalte chips and remaining peanut butter in microwave. (Be sure to only warm in 15-30 second increments and stir in between!) I prefer mine to have a little more chocolate, so I like using 2 cups of chocolate chips. Spread melted chocoalte over peanut mixture in the pan. Place in fridge for 1-2 hours. To cut, take the mixture and liner out of the pan for easy cutting!
*I prefer to keep these in the fridge so the chocolate doesn’t melt or get too soft when sitting out!
I am so excited to announce the newest line from Alexa Z Design is here! Just in time for summer and vacation, this new line speaks to my travel loving soul. Various state and city illustrated prints are available, and more will be added to the shop over the next few weeks as well! (I’m not taking custom orders, but if you have any requests, leave them me a comment below!)
To celebrate, I’m hosting a few giveaways on instagram and one here on the blog! One lucky winner will receive a package with various prints from our new line (valued at over $75!) I already have it packaged and ready to be shipped, I’m just so excited! The giveaway runs through May 17. To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter below.
And…since we’re celebrating, why not end with a gift?! You can enjoy this free adventure print by downloading it here. Happy, happy adventuring! (And as always, thank you for supporting our little business!) XO