I am starting the Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday sale early! Lets face it I love getting things done sooner! So here it is NOW through Cyber Monday, December 2nd you can get 25% off your entire order. Use code HOLIDAY25 at checkout. Any order over $50 also qualifies for FREE shipping (no coupon code required). Happy shopping and tell your friends!
These activity placemats have become a hit in our house! The perfect pre and post dinner activity to keep you little one occupied while you cook and clean. There are SIX options to choose from so you can customize the perfect placemat for your little one. They can be written on with a dry-erase marker and wiped clean with a damp cloth.
I have added this years holiday plates, bowls, and placemats to the shop! There are 7 Christmas designs and 2 Hanukkah designs to choose from. These personalized dishes and placemats make wonderful gifts!
Now through Sunday, October 20th save 20% on all plates, bowls, and placemats by using coupon code CHEERFUL20!
Can you believe that October is next week?! Fall has come and the weather is turning cooler. I have just added some Thanksgiving cuteness to the shop to add a little happiness to your kid table this year. Loving this cute turkey, pilgrim boy and pilgrim girl!
You will also find the coordinating double-sided placemats too – turkey, pilgrim boy or pilgrim girl! The best part – you can select your back design now. Have your kids learn how to set the table or keep them busy with practicing handwriting while you cook that Thanksgiving feast!
Hello peaches! Notice anything new? Yup, Tickled Peach Studio has a cheerful and oh so cute new look! I can finally say I am 100%, head over heels, giggles and laughter, in love with this new site. It fills my heart every single time I look at it. Take a few minutes and have a look around at all the cuteness!
First you’ll notice at the top an oh so charming new logo for Tickled Peach Studio. Beautifully stunning calligraphy from the super talented Angelique Ink! Y’all, finding and loving a logo for your brand can be a difficult journey. Well, maybe just for me – the girl who changes her mind a lot! This logo completes me. I even added it to my iPhone case so I can carry it with me everywhere.
As for the new website, I can not thank Casey at Sugar Studios Design enough! I have been itching for a long time to work with Casey, but for some reason kept pushing it off thinking I could do this by myself with a basic template purchased off the web. Silly me! I knew I wanted a cheerful, colorful, happy place and gave Casey every confidence in the world that she could come up with something amazing for me. Boy did she deliver! From the second she showed me the first design proof it has been love at first sight.
Thank you for stopping by my new little home! I hope you love it as much as I do!
It seems like summer just got started, but here we are getting ready for back to school. Join me in celebrating with a sale! Stock up on notepads for organizing your home lists, pick out a super cute lunchbox for your kids, or get them a set of personalized tableware for getting their day started before school! All lunchboxes, notepads, notebooks, journals, plates, bowls, and placemats are on sale for 15% off. The best part – no coupon code is required! Hurry – sale ends at midnight on July 31st.
Sale prices can also be found the Tickled Peach Studio Etsy shop.
There is a new addition to the shop this morning – personalized lunchboxes! Be still my little organizing heart. I am in love with these lunchboxes! These lunchboxes are simple, clean, functional, eco-friendly and fun! There are currently 12 designs available, but more designs are in the works.
Your child will love carrying their own personalized lunchbox to school or just about anywhere! The lunchboxes have a soft handle making them comfortable for kids to carry and come in 6 fun colors (Blue, Green, Grey, Lavender, Orange, or Pink). The lunchboxes are made of BPA-free plastic and are dishwasher safe (excluding the faceplates). No more finding yucky crumbs in the crevices of your kids lunchbox! You can upgrade your lunchbox to the deluxe option and receive 3 food containers and an ice pack. The deluxe set comes with a large food container and two small round food containers. Also available are medium food containers or purchase extra food containers to have on hand. A coordinating drink holder is also available and attaches to the side of your lunchbox for easy carrying.
You want to know the fun part? These lunchboxes have removable faceplates. So when your child is tired of their lunchbox you don’t have to go out and buy a whole new lunchbox – just replace the faceplates! It gives them a whole new fresh look. The faceplates come in pairs – one for the front and one for the back – and are are waterproof so you can wipe them off if they get dirty.
Enjoy the summer! Back to school time will be here before you know it. I can not wait to send my daughter to school with her lunchbox in the fall!
Several months ago we started to have more frequent tantrums and issues with not being nice to our friends at school. In effort to gain control of the situation, I went in search of ideas to help teach good behavior to our always moving, very active, strong willed three year old. Like most young children, our little one loves stickers. We have books and books of stickers. Most days we all end up with a sticker on our hand or shirts. And like most children they all love rewards. Julianne always looked forward to Thursdays at school when she knew that she would be getting a treat out of the treasure chest if she had been good that week. So I decided to put together our own behavior reward chart to use at home!
Our chart has six rows with six boxes to fill with reward stickers. It might have been to much for our first go around, but I made some easy attainable tasks for her. We decided to start with cleaning up toys, taking a nap, sharing with others, not hurting our friends, listening to Mommy and Daddy, and having a good bedtime. I recommend starting slow with easy tasks so your child can get used to the reason for the chart. Our first chart included some lovely hand drawn stick figure drawings to help her remember what they were. We found some super cute paw print stickers at The School Box to fill our boxes with.
Here are some helpful tips for behavior reward charts:
- The purpose of the behavior reward chart is to help you child learn good behavior on their own. Do not try to set them up to earn a sticker. For example. don’t say to them “If you clean up your toys you will earn a sticker”. You want your child to be excited about getting a sticker all on their own.
- If they do a task while away from home, congratulate them on the spot for earning a sticker and then give them a sticker when you get home. I had trouble remembering to do this, but if you tell your child they earned a sticker they will most likely remind you when you get home.
- Never take away stickers! On several occasions a sticker was earned for doing a task and then two seconds later the misbehavior starts. Ah, life with a child is always a roller coaster ride!
Now for the fun part – rewards! I rewarded her with a small treat from a treasure box for each row completed. I filled a box with things from the dollar store and the Target dollar bins. I did not put candy in our treasure chest, because if she filled a row right before bedtime I didn’t want her picking out a lollipop! Once all the rows were filled in she earned her big reward goal! She picked her big reward goal out before starting the chart so it is something she is excited about.
We love our charts so much that I am so happy to share these with you! You have two options – cats or dogs – to choose from. The free printable files include editable text fields for entering in your child’s name, tasks, and big reward goal before printing. Or you can simply print and write everything in. Enjoy!
Here are some helpful tips for working with the editable text fields:
- You will need to have the most current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader installed for the fields to work. You can go here to get the latest version: http://get.adobe.com/reader/
- To enter text in to boxes simply click inside any text box with your mouse/cursor. Once the text box has changed color to transparent you can begin typing your text.
- To bring up text editing tools hit ctrl+e (or cmd+e if you’re on a mac) and you’ll be able to change the font, size, color, and alignment of the text. Please note: you will need to use a font that is installed on your computer for any editable text.
- To save your edited chart click on File -> Save As. Save the file to a location on your computer.
I very rarely share the personal side of me, but I have been inspired to be more real with y’all. Last week I had the pleasure of attending an Authenticate Workshop led by the fantastic Whitney English. To sit in a room full of other creative women entrepreneurs is amazing and energizing! We each had our own unique story and our own unique dreams.
During part of the workshop Whitney encouraged us to write down our manifesto – or things we believed in. This was my favorite exercise of the whole day. I also loved hearing the rest of the group share a little piece of who they really are and what they believed in. I want to share mine with you and encourage you to write down your manifesto some time. I think I might even print this out an frame it for my office!
These cute little bookmarks were designed by yours truly for Bird’s Party! I have one of these holding my place in a book I am currently reading. It’s super easy to print out the printable file and cut them out. You can also punch a small hole at the top of the bookmark and add a ribbon.
Bird hosted a full month of FREE printables graciously donated by fabulously talented designers. Head over to her blog to checkout all 34 FREE printables.