Father’s Day FREE Beer Label Downloads

This weekend is Father’s Day and what is more thoughtful than a hand-made gift?  I have the perfect thing for Dad that he will just love!  Personalized Beer (or Barbecue) Bottle Labels. All you have to do is click on the link and grab the FREE DOWNLOADS to create a one-of-a-kind gift for your special guy on his special day.

How to Create Printable Beer Labels for Dad:

  1. First, you’ll want to remove the original label from the beer bottle. It’s easiest to soak the bottle in warm water, then scrub off the label using a sponge. If you are doing more than a few bottles, feel free to soak them overnight in warm water. They should fall off pretty easily the next day.
  2. Once you remove your labels, dry off the bottles. 
  3. Next, print out your favorite beer labels on regular paper or photo paper. 
  4. Then, cut out each label.
  5. Using an extra-strength glue stick, apply glue tor the back of the printable and attach to the middle of the bottle. Alternate option: use 8.5×11″ adhesive-backed paper. That way you can cut the labels out of the paper with scissors. 
  6. Voila! Your personalized beer labels are ready for Father’s Day!

Beer Labels for the Sporty Dad

For the dad who has a Sunday football routine, or enjoys a fun game of golf in his free time, consider these sporty printables for dad. He will be forever grateful for his personalized game time refreshments!

  • I hit a home run having you as my dad!
  • No iffs, ands or putts, you’re my favorite.
  • Free agent for the NBA: National Beer Association.
  • You’re a great ice hoppy player.
  • Surfice to say you’re the best dad

Beer Labels for SUPER Dad

Kids love superheroes. They are the characters kids look up to as they grow and the types of people they want to become. But do you know who their favorite superhero is? Their dad of course! Dads help you learn your first words, ride your first bike and drive your first car. So show your father that he’s the most important hero in your life with these Super Dad printables.

  • It’s a bird… it’s a plane…no it’s super dad!
  • You’re my hero!
  • Super dad lives here!
  • Dad: a superhero without a cape!
  • There’s no dad like my super dad!
These are only a couple of cute ideas that you will find to download, so what are you waiting for?  Head on over to get started creating the perfect gift for dad that he won’t soon forget!


How To Make a Pop-Up Card (With FREE Downloads!)

I don't know about you, but we are constantly having birthdays around here. No, seriously, we have at least one a month and many months we have multiple birthdays.  That's why, whenever I saw these adorable pop-up cards from Personal Creations, I just had to share them with you!


  • 2 pieces of cardstock or construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Pop up card printables (or extra paper if you’re designing the art yourself)
  • Art supplies to decorate with (markers, glitter)
CLICK HERE to get complete directions and downloads to make your very own pop-up card.

A printable Pop Up Card Decorations

If you need a few more elements to take your card to the next level, these decorations are sure to help! We’ve included word bubbles, banners and other designs to decorate both the front and inside of your card.

So, for your next birthday party or special occasion, how about choosing to spend some quality time with your little ones and make an adorable card.  They will love it, you will love it and the recipient will love it.  It’s an all around win situation for everyone!


Summertime Travel Tips For Large Families: Vacationing on a Budget

Today I welcome back guest blogger, Henry Moore from Fit Well Traveller.  Henry always gives us such great travel tips and today he gives some travel options for large families this summer that won’t break the bank and  offers ways to connect in unique ways.

Summertime travel is a given for many American families; as soon as school is out, everyone wants to take a break and head somewhere fun. It can be difficult to pick up and go when you have a large family, however. Not only are there a lot of details to consider, the cost can be overwhelming, and no one wants to worry about money while they’re on vacation. 


Fortunately, there are many simple ways you and your family can enjoy a trip or two this summer without breaking the bank. The trick is to get creative and stay fairly close to home so you’ll have more cash to spend on fun activities. Instead of traveling across the country to go to a theme park -- where everyone will be hot and might not even get to ride all the attractions -- consider going camping, heading to a local beach, or finding some fun activities that are within a couple of hours of home. Don’t rule out day and weekend trips! They can be the best kind when money is tight. Keep reading for some great tips on how to have a fun trip this summer.


Go Camping


Camping is a very inexpensive way to have a great time for people of all ages; the key is to make sure there’s something fun to do for everyone and that it’s a safe experience. Look for a local national park or campsite that’s located close to a fun attraction such as an aquarium or a lake that rents boats for the day. Bring along some sports equipment for those who love to play, and pack supplies for making campfire treats at night. It can be difficult to coax kids away from their tablets and other devices, but once you do, they’re bound to love the great outdoors. 


Learn Something New


Depending on where you live, there may be dozens of fun attractions nearby that you’ve never explored, such as museums, zoos, boat tours, and family fun parks. Get online to find out what cool, educational places are nearby, and look for Groupons or other discounts while you’re there. Make sure you check on their stroller policy if you have little ones.


Take a Weekend Trip


There are tons of places around the U.S. that are within three hours of something fun and different, so consider taking a weekend trip rather than a vacation that lasts an entire week. If you can take Friday off work and leave a little early, you’ll have that much more time to have fun. These are great trips to bring the family dog along on, as they aren’t so long that he’ll get anxious about being away from home. Bringing along a pet can be beneficial in many ways, from not having to pay boarding costs to having a comforting friend there with you when you’re in a strange place. This is especially important for individuals who are in recovery, as pets can help reduce anxiety, stress, and the symptoms of depression.


Click here for more great info about pets and recovery.


Don’t Eat Out


Taking trips can eat into your wallet because you’re away from home and eating out a lot. If you’re staying at a hotel or condo near the beach, look for one that has a built-in kitchen area so you can make some meals yourself. While it may not be ideal for relaxation, having food there for breakfast and lunch can save you quite a bit of cash, especially if you’re in a touristy spot where the prices get outrageous.


Traveling with the family can be stressful if you aren’t prepared, so make sure you pack well and start planning a few weeks in advance. Outdoor summertime adventures are wonderful bonding experiences, but only when everyone knows the rules of safety. Talk to your loved ones about the best ways to stay safe and have fun while you’re away from home.