Día de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a multi-day holiday, celebrated in Mexico and by people of Mexican heritage all over the world on November 1st and 2nd.  It is believed that our departed loved ones come back and visit those still living. In preparation of their arrival, families build altars, or “ofrendas” to help guide their deceased loved ones on their spiritual journey.

Llama lovers unite!
My girls and I loooove the dollar store. We will go in there in need of a few items and come out with all kinds of “Dollar Store Treasures”. I call them DST’s. LOL

On a recent trip, I found a small notepad with a llama on it and it read “No Prob-Llama”. That was the inspiration for these printables. Print and frame one for yourself or someone you know who loves llamas.

It’s (suddenly) fall y’all!! 

Here in Texas, we’re used to autumn being fairly warm. This year has been no exception. That is until this past weekend when the temperature dropped over 40 degrees literally overnight sending us scrambling to get our furnaces started here in the southwest.

This sudden temperature drop inspired this super cute “Texas style” wall art set.

“We’re all mad here.” Get some printable art for National Mad Hatter Day!
The Mad Hatter is one of the most notable characters from the amazing and well-known tale, Alice in Wonderland. His character was launched into the spotlight and became an instant fan favorite when Johnny Depp took on the role in the movie versions of the Lewis Carroll classic.

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