Millionayres | Blog

Friday Free Printable- Halloween Favor Tags

UPDATE: This Download is expired. Check out the webstore for this and other great printables. Maybe I'm setting a trend for doing things a day late this week or maybe I just got caught up in the "millions" of other things that come up, but I totally neglected you guys and didn't post your Friday Free Printable. This weeks Free Printable is Halloween themed favor tags/cupcake toppers. I recommend using a 2" circle or scallop punch to cut these beauties out and then use them to your hearts content. As always, any printable found on is intended for personal use only. Can't wait to see how you guys use these. Be sure to send pictures! Enjoy!  Click here to start your download.      ...

Read More

DIY Wednesday (Yes I know today’s Thursday) 3 Dimensional Paperboard Letters

Hey everyone! Since I took yesterday off to spend with my birthday girl Avery, I'm posting this weeks installment of DIY Wednesday on Thursday. We all know how unique and fun a space can be transformed into with the addition of Monogram letters. In the nursery, in the kitchen, on a wreath, ANYWHERE! But even being a frugal coupon user, getting those paper mache letters at 40% off adds up. So I thought I'd give you a little how to using things you already have in your house! If your family is like mine, you go through a box of cereal faster that you can blink and what do you do with the box? If you can, you recycle it, but not all areas accept paperboard as a recyclable....

Read More

Avery Turned 1 Today!

Sorry, but today was not about me or anything else awesome in the world. Today was about my sweet baby girl Avery. She's our second child and just a blessing to us in ways that I never knew possible. So, dedicating a day to her meant Mommy wasn't glued to her laptop of hiding out in the office trying to post just one more thing. Today was about my munchkin! So, while Lilly our first awesome daughter was at church in their Awana's program (She is PROUD to be a Puggle) we took our baby girl out for a "sweet" date, just the 3 of us. Just across the street from church is a Publix grocery store; we picked up a single slice of cake. Since...

Read More

Fill your frosting bag without the mess!

Okay guys, I just about FREAKED OUT when I saw this tutorial from I have always hated cleaning out my icing bag after frosting cookies or cupcakes, but now thanks to this tutorial, my simple little mind has been blown and as I get ready for Avery's 1st birthday (eek, I can't believe she's already 1) I can't wait to try it out on some sugar cookies. Here's the video of the tutorial and I hope you find it as awesome and helpful as I did. ...

Read More

Your Free Friday Printable is Here

UPDATE: This Download is expired. Check out the webstore for this and other great printables. Sorry I'm a little late posting this. The sheer bliss of it being Friday has clouded my mind and I nearly forgot to share with you your promised printable. This week is another 8x10 poster, (I promise they won't always be posters) inspired by Halloween. As always, this is my handy work and is intended for personal use only. Thanks so much! I would love to see what you do with it however so leave a comment or post a picture and share. Again, the shop is coming soon, probably come next week you'll be able to purchase printable you may have missed as well as other not featured here on Click here...

Read More

DIY Chip Clips

Happy Wednesday Everyone! This is not some rush of inspiration all my own but simply my attempt at a good idea spotted elsewhere. Ever wonder what to do with all those plastic store hangers you get with your kids clothes? Don't despair, there is always something you can do with everything! We don't often induldge in potato chips but when a great sale hits and a $4 bag of kettle brand chips only cost me $0.84, I snagged a few, or 6. So now that there are all these wonderful new chip flavors to try we ran into a problem. We don't really have any chip clips. Alligator clips, rubber bands and the old fold the bag into itself trick are all perfectly good options but...

Read More

Crockpot Season is upon us!

Okay, so maybe that's wishful thinking. I live in Florida where it won't be crockpot weather until December if that, but I'm missing my Maryland life where the weather was pleasant, the leaves were turning and the crockpot did my bidding (at least the cooking). Right now, the wonderful team at Southern Living have assembled a collection of 18 slow cooker recipes that will get you into that fall feeling including an awesome sounding French Dip sandwich recipe. So, dust off the old Crockpot ladies, and let it cook dinner for you tonight. Be sure to comment below and share some of your favorite crock pot dishes that you just can't go without! ...

Read More

Free Printable Friday

Well folks, thanks for seeing me through my first week on the blog. As promised every Friday you will find a free printable for download and personal use only, this is my handywork and reusing it as your own would just be mean and I thought we were friends. I know this is nothing new. You've seen it all over Pinterest and in countless etsy shops, but here is your very own Keep Calm and Carry On Printable, this version is the Keep Calm and Sew On for all you Sew Cute Divas out there. I will be setting up a shop where you can purchase other prints or other awesome download you might've missed, so stay tuned for that. So without further adieu, you're Friday Free...

Read More

Life’s too short to fold fitted sheets…until now.

I have long lived by that thought. Life was too short to suffer the frustration of attempting to fold fitted sheets, that was until I came across this how-to over at I owe this discovery to the very popular Pinterest and thought I'd share it with you my readers. I folded several fitted sheets using this method last night and had a nerdy rush of "look at this" come over me as I unfolded and refolded some bedding just to show my husband. He was pleased stating, "I guess I just got out of folding fitted sheets for the rest of my life, since it's now a one person job." True. I'm kinda dorky that way. So, now that you know how achievable a neat...

Read More

Say No to Yellow

While battling uphill the colossal pile of laundry that has taken over  my house I was reminded of a time, much like now, when we were preparing for the arrival of a new baby. We had pulled out all the stored clothing to determine what would go a 2nd round of use on our coming munchkin. I was shocked and disgusted to find giant yellow "stains" on nearly every Onesie and many of the precious outfits that were rarely worn. Again my best buddy Google was there for me as I discovered that the so called "stains" were the yellowing of microscopic traces of organic matter that were left on the clothing despite being washed before being stored. It was recommended that I use a...

Read More