Monday, December 31, 2012


Life has forced my little corner of the world wide web to slow down drastically . . . I am not going to lie it has been soooo nice to do a project and not take pictures along the way and post about it after. I seem to enjoy projects more and not worry how it will look on screen. However, I do miss socializing with people whom I have never met in person but feel as though I know them through all the social networks out there. Anyway, I am still here just not posting as often. My posts are mainly when I get ideas from customers that I think the rest of my readers will like and I turn them into freebies:) Like this simple but fun NEVER NEVER NEVER GIVE UP print from a wonderful teacher who asked me to make it for her classroom.
There are four colors to choose from, just click on the image and save to your computer. I think this is a great quote for the New Year and hope we all keep this in mind!

All the prints are 8x10's. I hope you all have a fabulous 2013!!! Follow SugarTot on facebook so you don't miss any free printables!

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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Mini Glitter Banner for Christmas {free printable}

I shared this post  at Design Dazzle's 100 Ideas of Christmas Wonderful and want to share it with my readers. . . 
I combined my favorite things for a holiday project . . glitter, christmas, printables and the help of my boys! The result, a mini glitter name banner for their Christmas tree!
All you need is:
Printout of banner
Twine or Ribbon
Mini Clothespins
To begin, let your kids pick which color they want and find the letters to spell their name.
(The possibilities are endless here, you can use any Christmas words or save these for later use as cake toppers, party decor or any holiday banner. . . your welcome:))
Click the buttons above to download the color(s) of your choice. 
After you have downloaded and printed out your mini banner, simply cut out each banner,
carefully put glue on the letter - you could also use glitter paint,
sprinkle the glitter on the glue (my boys favorite part, we might have used a whole jar on one letter when my 2 year old wanted to help;)) and shake off the excess,
fold each banner in half,
glue over twine or ribbon,
and you have a mini banner ready to hang!
We even glittered our clothespins to hang them (yep, obsessed with glitter right now).
You can get all the background dot paper I used at Sprik Space courtesy of Amy!

I hope you have fun with your kids making these mini banners for your tree, home or holiday parties! Feel free to stop by SugarTot Designs for more free printables or my Shop for your holiday cards!
Merry Christmas!
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