Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May. Looking for free printable crafts to make with children for Mother's Day? Children feel proud to make crafts for mom. Here are free printable cards that children can color themselves and give to mom. Family Fun (click here) has 10 free printable Mother's Day cards. Some are designed in black and white to be colored. The other cards that are designed in color, can be printed in black and white and made into coloring cards for Mother's Day. Set your printer properties to 'black cartridge' or 'print in grayscale' from the color option tab. Free Printable Mother's Day Cards to Color
In 8 years of freelancing, I've tried just about every points company there is to make a little extra income. Here's my favorite: Swagbucks. Do all the things you normally do online: shop, search, answer questions, socialize, watch TV, play games, read emails and articles. And get rewarded for doing it. It's easy and takes almost no time at all. I've earned enough points to buy over $100 in gift cards to Amazon. The best point value is $5 Amazon cards for 450 pts each. You can use as many codes (online gift cards) as you want on any Amazon order. There's no limit. I bought all my Christmas gifts for two kids this way. Here's my Swagbucks referral link. Tell 'em Marilisa sent you! Click on the title link for more paid online survey companies. The article is from 2008, so some have changed but the links take you to the new companies. Your 2 Cents isn't in business anymore.
Say "spring," and what leaps to mind? In Michigan, picnics, flowers, parades, and festivals -- a chance to sweep out winter blues with the last, dingy snow! Here are must-not-miss spring 2013 festivals in and around Detroit.Spring 2013 Festivals and Fairs in Detroit
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