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Home sweet home printable

I have a home sweet home printable with you today!

We finally got our Christmas snow here… just a few weeks too late! It was pretty, falling in big, fluffy flakes. As a kid we called them frosted flakes. I know, that sounds totally dorky, but now my kids to it too!It was so pretty this weekend when we had no where to go, but this morning in all of the rush of school and everything else, it was one big “yuck!”

I always find this time of year the hardest, because the stretch from January to April seems to take forever here. Even though some days are cold and bright, other days are just plain gloomy. Yesterday morning was negative 3 degrees. The kids were totally stir crazy by lunch, and were able go out and play a bit about 2 pm when it finally hit 14 degrees, though they did only last about 15 minutes. :). At one point Middle actually said “Wow, it’s not that cold out here!”

That’s a good, midwestern, Polish girl for you.

I wanted to share this cheery printable with you to brighten up your home a bit in this deep stretch of winter.I have this as a pillow in my Society 6 shop as well, but feel free to print this for personal use as an art print.

Home sweet home printable art print by Jennifer Rizzo for personal use

Just right click your mouse to save as a file.

Here are a few other  projects to brighten your winter days:

You can use this nest printable  to make a pillow or tote. Click here for the full resolution and reverse print.

Nest printable correct side

Or some fun birch bark vases?


Or these recycled veggie cans into battery-operated candle holders!

Upcycled can to make a battery operated candle holder

Stay warm!!!

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  1. We received our Christmas snow about a week late and ever since we’ve been dealing with some crazy cold weather too, Kids still don’t want to wear their coats though so it’s not too cold yet! LOL

  2. Love the nest printable – and I can use my new favorite Citra-Solve method! FYI, everybody loved their Santa Mailbag. Great project!

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