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back to school :: organize your notes to teachers with adorable personalized tear-off notepads

Personalized school notepads "a note from the mom of" and "a note for the teacher of" by Lauren McKinse

walk into any Target or Walmart and you will see isles and isles of school supplies ready for the upcoming school year. school supplies make me giddy. the brand new crayons, glue sticks, colored pencils, folders and more want to jump in my cart even though my boys are in high school. the start of […]

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back to school :: a few of Lauren McKinsey’s favorite backpacks

backpacks. i love them. especially if they are cute, whimsical, colorful and just downright adorable! growing up my brothers and i always carried Jansport backpacks to school. their backpacks are well made, durable and have a lifetime warranty. all these years later, my boys carry Jansport backpacks to school. however, i have yet to convince […]

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pack a little love :: lunchbox notes for the school year

Back to school set of 70 tear off lunchbox note pads for girls by Lauren McKinsey

i would love to think that my boys will never get TOO old to find lunchbox notes in their lunch sacks or book bags, but i am afraid that time has passed. i still sneak in a note here and there, but there is no convincing them that Lauren McKinsey’s children are are obligated to smile […]

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{printable designs} you sharpen up our kids :: a teacher appreciation printable collection

you sharpen up our kids printable collection from Lauren McKinsey :: mini hanging gift tags

CLICK HERE for the complete collection. i received an email from a sweet customer a few weeks ago giving me the most wonderful suggestion for a new printable collection.  even though i no longer take custom order requests, i am always excited to hear your ideas for printables that you would love to see in […]

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HELLO school :: say hello to a new grade

my son is about to enter high school!  HIGH SCHOOL? how is that even possible? how is it that i am 38 years old with a son entering 9th grade and another entering 7th grade? as i began to panic and obsess over this fact, i decided to throw a party celebrating my son’s entrance […]

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