Free Printable Mothers Day Cards Children Can Color

 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. You get double duty with these printables--a child-minder craft plus free homemade, personalized greeting cards! Neat free Mothers Day clipart too! Free Printable Mother's Day Cards to Color 

Free Printable Easter Baskets Tips for Cheap, Homemade Gift Baskets

At Walmart yesterday and I saw the something that saddened me--cheesy little $5 Easter baskets with junk toys and a little candy. They seemed so pathetic and last-

minute. Maybe I'm just missing my own little ones and the holiday festivities. But seriously, if you're going to do Easter baskets, why not take a minute to personalize? You'll spend less money and your child will appreciate your thoughtfulness. Here are tips and free printables to make your own homemade Easter basket. It's just as nice and saves a lot of money. Here's how. Free Printable Easter Baskets and Homemade Gift Baskets

Free Diet Recipe Lowfat, Low Sugar Gingerbread with Cream Cheese Frosting

My vegetarian cooking skills are really getting a workout with my husband and daughter fasting from meat for Lent. I'm dieting (new size 4 pants are looser). I'm used to tweaking recipes with lowfat, sugarfree options anyway. But husband is cutting sweets, dairy and eggs. So I'm expanding the diet repertoire. I'm using some old La Lache League recipes from my "Whole Foods for the Whole Family" cookbook Here's my revamped version of LLL gingerbread with "cream cheese" frosting. One suggestion I would add to this is to use egg whites. Diet Recipe Lowfat, Low Sugar Gingerbread with Cream Cheese Frosting 

 

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