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5.22.2015

fri yay t-shirt

5.22.2015  at 8:00 AM

Some weeks, Friday cannot get here soon enough. And today is definitely one of those FRI YAY kind of days! Now let's make a t-shirt to celebrate.

#friyay #free #printable #download #friday #t-shirt

  • Grab yourself a t-shirt, some iron-on transfers {I used the stretchable Fabric Transfers from Avery #3302} and the free download
  • The image is already flipped for you, you don't have to do that yourself. 
  • Just print as is onto your iron-on transfer paper.
  • My iron-on transfers recommended trimming the image with rounded corners very close to the printed design, so I did.
  • Place your image design side down onto your t-shirt.
  • And now you can iron the image onto to your t-shirt per the iron-on transfers you purchased.

#friyay #free #printable #download #friday #t-shirt
#friyay #free #printable #download #friday #t-shirt

Share your FRIYAY t-shirt photos on Instagram and tag me @monikawright_iloveitall so I can see how awesome they all turned out!

Find more printables, downloads and tutorials here.


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5.18.2015

life is good mini album

5.18.2015  at 8:00 AM

We're just a little bit ready for a break and are counting down until we leave for the beach on Sunday! It's been a while since I've really documented our Summer, like I did here which just happened to be featured on Ali Edwards' blog, and want to really get back into doing something crafty every day. 

#lifeisgood #minialbum #scrapbook #summer #scrapbooking

Sure, I create something nearly every single day, but it's usually for the shop. Sometimes 10 or 20 things every single day for the shop, but how I wish that after all that I made the time to do something creative for OUR family.

So I am. I'm making a commitment to our family and documenting our Summer. and you can join along with us. Now, just to decide if I'll use the horizontal or landscape option. Hmmm.

#summer #scrapbook #travel #journey #minialbum #lifeisgood

Thinking of what to include in the mini album for our upcoming Summer adventures is always fun and so I thought that I would just make a few more and add them to the shop as well. You can find them here

As much as I love using my Bind-it-All, there is something about the flexibility of using book binder rings that is so appealing. As I'm creating, I daydream of how thick and chunky and full of memories and adventures this little mini album will be when it's finished. With the rings, adding brochures and photos and bits and baubles is so easy.

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5.17.2015

5.15.2015

light + fluffy cheesecake

5.15.2015  at 8:00 AM

I had my mind set on serving a light and fluffy cheesecake at our Mother's Day celebration on Sunday, but was having problems finding a recipe I loved. 

Until this...
#cheesecake #cake #light #fluffy #baking #dessert
Light + Fluffy Cheesecake | Mary-Ellen Cocchi via Family Circle Magazine, 2005

Oh, my! This is a must try recipe and I guarantee you will love it. You know how cheesecake can be dense and compact and heavy? Not this one, it's as light and fluffy as a cloud. I'm especially fond of the fact that it doesn't have a graham cracker crust as I find that crusts tend to take away from the subtlety of a cheesecake.

To give proper credit, I searched the internet for the author's name and found this funny story, which gave me the information I was looking for: the recipe is from a 2005 edition of Family Circle magazine. I'm not sure what this says about me, that I would hold on to a scrap of paper for that long, but why oh why did I wait ten years to finally make this recipe?

It's that good!

#cheesecake #dessert #fluffy #cake

NOTES | I didn't have a 10" springform pan as recommended, so I used the 11" I already had on hand. Because I wanted the cake to extra tall and highly impressive as I served it, I added an extra 8 oz. package of Philadelphia cream cheese to the recipe and had no troubles with it erupting like a volcano! The original author suggests making the cheesecake up to 4 days ahead, but I found that the cake was it's fluffiest and lightest on the day after baking...we let ours chill overnight.


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