Tips on how to Style an End Table

This post was sponsored by Target, my favorite store on the planet. All opinions, tips and tricks are 100% my own.


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In my front entry way I have a little area that I have turned into a little sitting area. This area has become one of my favorite spaces. We gather there for homework and I found that my kids love to sit in these comfortable chairs and color and read. Since we use this area as a hang out we need a little table between the chairs to use and to help complete the space.

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I found this cute end table at Target and I also found this lamp and floral piece. I love the pop of color the lamp brought to the space and the flowers add such a homey feel.

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My Tips for styling and picking an end table is to….

First, know what look you are going for in the space. Do you want more of a casual look or something more sophisticated and formal?

Second, pick the right end table. If you have a heavy piece of furniture near the end table then pick an end table that is not so heavy. Pick an end table like the one I chose that has legs that you can see through. If you have furniture with a lighter look, like a chair with pin legs, then you may want to go with an end table that has a heavier look to it.

Third, accessorize the table with things you love. An end table is a perfect spot to add a bit of color and add a little more light. I like the look of having something tall and something short. It is pleasing to the eye.



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I like to add flowers to end tables because I love the texture and the feel that they bring. Flowers just make me happy. I also styled this little bookcase that I have near the end table with pieces that are tall and short. I think the plant adds that great texture that I was talking about.

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End tables are such a perfect complement to a cute set of chairs or a great couch. Better yet, end tables can be very affordable. The one I have here is under $60 and it completes this space.

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Here are a few different end tables that I love and they are all under $50.

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Owen End Table 

Dar Metal Side table

Dar Bistro Table

Convenience Concepts 3 tier End Table

Silver Drum Accent Table

Silver Accent Table 

Linon Mission End Table 

Black and Oak End Table

Stamped Metal Accent Table

Now go and find yourself a perfect spot in your home for an End Table. Be sure to check out the amazing accessories from Target to complete the space.

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The BEST DIY Body Scrubs

So, if you’ve followed our blog for a while, you may have noticed that I’ve shared a few different DIY Body Scrub recipes with you. Especially sugar scrubs. Guys, they’re the best. They are so easy to make, take only a few minutes, few ingredients, make great gifts and leave your skin feeling baby’s bum soft. For reals. I love them. I kept this Apple Cinnamon Scrub on my bathroom counter all winter because the weather really takes it’s toll on my hands and lips (weird?) in the winter. The sugar scrubs are soothing and exfoliating. I love it for chapped, dry, peeling lips. Here are some of my favorites. Next time you need a quick gift, make one of these babies and throw it in a mason jar. Done and done.

This Apple Cinnamon Scrub is my current fave. It’s totally edible so I use it for a lip scrub and may or may not lick my lips a little after. It gets all the dry yuckies (It’s a word.) off and leaves my lips smooth! Also amazing in the shower or bath.

Honey Brown Sugar Scrub from A Pumpkin and a Princess

Rosemary Mint Sugar Scrub from Good Life Style

Winter Mint Sugar Scrub from Jaco’lyn Murphy

DIY Coffee Sugar Scrub

Lemon Lime Sugar Scrub

Peppermint Sugar Scrub

You may also like this Warm Cocoa Bath Soak! It’s heavenly and takes your bubble bath to a whole new level!

BEST Sugar Scrubs and Bath Soaks

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10 Awesome Gift Ideas for Him

Every year, buying for my husband is the hardest! He always says he doesn’t “need anything” and his wants list is always very minimal. He’s awesome like that but it makes buying for him rather difficult. Instead of getting him a tie or cologne, I decided to search for some other great gift ideas for the man in my life and your man in yours!

10 Awesome Gift Ideas for him

Apple TV – I actually got him this a few years ago and we LOVE it! It’s the best!

DIY “Extremely Hot” Grilling Apron

Cuddle Kit for 2 – I love that this really shows you care and want to spend time with him. Great gift!

Hello Handsome Key Chain

Gun Soaps – these are awesome for a gun fan or hunter!

Nixon Tectonic Belt from Urban Outfitters

Live from New York Book – History of SNL! This is awesome!


GoPro Camera

Leather Money Clip

My husband would love any and all of these gifts! Hope you find something for the man in your life!

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Meet these Mormons

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Hi friends! We’re popping in today to share with you a new movie we’re really excited about! We belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints otherwise known as “The Mormons”. We are proud of this part of who we are! We are excited to team up with over 65+ of us strong… to extend an invitation to see a film. A film entitled “Meet The Mormons”. This film is not meant to be an “in your face” – you must join our church film. It is simply designed and produced to uplift and inspire you through six stories of those of our faith who have followed promptings to follow Christ more fully in their lives. We hope you take the opportunity to enjoy this film. We hope your hearts are made light as you feel the goodness that comes from following our Christ and Savior. All proceeds from the film will be donated to The American Red Cross. So not only will you be uplifted and inspired, your money will be going to an amazing charity!!

We also would like to take a moment and share our personal testimonies, stories of our own personal conversions, and our own stories of how following our Savior, Jesus Christ has changed our lives. The light of the gospel of Jesus Christ offers a joy and hope that only following him can provide. We hope as you click through and read our stories and testimonies of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, you will feel uplifted and encouraged. We are by you! We love connecting with our readers, that is why many of us do what we do! Please be kind and considerate in your comments. It takes great bravery for us to open our hearts and our mouths to share with you such a tender and personal part of who we are. We share because we feel strongly the need to share the peace and the hope that is the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Pinterest Powerhouse Bloggers you’ll want to follow!

It’s no secret that we are pin-aholics! Pinterest has done some amazing things for both the everyday pinner and bloggers! We use it for so many things and it’s seriously awesome. We use it for organizing and brainstorming project ideas, as a recipe book, inspiration and most importantly, connecting with other fabulous bloggers and finding new blogs that inspire us! We have teamed up with some of the top Pinterest powerhouse bloggers that you’ll really want to follow. They pin the best of the best, créme de la créme of pins that you won’t want to miss!

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Just click the bloggers name or the See On Pinterest button and that will take you to their Pinterest boards, then if you like what you see, be sure to click the Follow All button. We’d love to share the great ideas we find on Pinterest with you!
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Back to School Ideas

If you haven’t noticed yet, we’ve had a bunch of back to school ideas for you this year! Reason being, Savannah and I both have our oldest kiddos starting Kindergarten and our 2nd oldest kids in Preschool! It’s SO bittersweet for me because my 5 year old gets bored easily at home and is ready to be challenged a bit. We definitely run out of things to do that can entertain both my 5 year old and my 1 year old. I mean, you can only go to the park so many times and play legos for so many hours! ;) They’re great at entertaining each other most of the time but like I said, we’re all ready for some structure and routine. I’ve rounded up a ton of fun Back to School ideas for you today! Everything from lunch ideas to First Day of School printables to Teacher’s gifts and more! Hope you enjoy them and can put most or all of them to great use!

Teacher’s Survival Kit Gift Idea – this is awesome to give your child’s teacher on the first day!

Here’s another super cute gift idea for teachers! This DIY School Jar is definitely going to impress your kid’s new teacher!

I LOVE this DIY insulated lunch box for the kid’s to take to school. My son would love this fabric choice too!

First Day of School Printable Signs – Click here to go to the downloads for each grade.

These felt pencil bookmarks are so darling and super easy to make!

School Lunch Food Printable for the fridge – These keeps lunch items off limits for other meals!

These healthy school lunch ideas will help eliminate the stress of packing lunches in the morning.

School Clothes Labels – I LOVE to lay out my kids’ clothes for the next day and this is a dream come true for my over organized, OCD tendencies. *winks*

These After School Snack ideas are good enough for parents and kiddos! Yummy!

School Money Printable – Sending money with kiddos can be nerve wrecking and probably not the best idea to hand your youngin’ a wad of cash. I love this idea so there’s no mistake where the money needs to go when they get to school.

Don’t head to the store without these Back to School Checklists for each age level. These are the basics and essentials for each age.

My kid’s will LOVE these Silly Stories to fill out. Like MadLibs! So cute and fun!

Back to School Ideas

So do your kiddos start school soon? Already started? Mine don’t start until September!

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First Day of School Free Printable Signs

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Last year, these First Day of School Free printable signs were a huge hit and I have had a ton of requests for the new school year version! Welcome the 2014-2015 school year and snap a picture of your kid(s) on their first day! I am excited to add a few new ones this year like “First day of Junior High”, “First day of High School” (if your high schoolers will still let you snap a picture of them on their first day!) and “First day of School!” for families to get a picture together with all of the kiddos.

Download the printables by clicking the appropriate link for the grade level you need below.


Tips for printing:

Tips for printing printables-

1. Make sure you printing Landscape (wide), not Portrait(tall).

2. Select Scale to Fit (or similar setting on your computer) and make sure you can print the entire image. These are high resolution printables so you can print them at pretty much any size so make sure you scale to fit the paper you are printing on. I like to use “Print Entire Image” then trim it down if I need to after it prints.

3, Print on heavy cardstock or mount your printed paper on something sturdy so the kiddos don’t bend it all up during your First Day of School photoshoot!


**UPDATE: Unfortunately, due to the high volume of requests, I am unable to personalize these printables and/or email individual .jpg files. I have added all of the images (HERE) so you can save them to your computer and print if the .pdf download isn’t working for you! Hope that helps!!!


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I really hope you and your kids enjoy these printables! Be sure and tag us on instagram (@classyclutter) if you use one!

We LOVE to see our printables in action!

You might also want to check out these other awesome Back to School Printables!

Back to School Printables

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Back to School Printables

Hey everyone! It’s Courtney from Paperelli and I am beyond excited to share these back to school printables with you. Summer is coming to a close and school is just around the corner. Preparing to go back to school should be fun and easy!


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Thinking back to my school days, my absolute favorite part of going back to school was school shopping. Who doesn’t love brand new fall clothes and a fresh stack of unused school supplies? Make your back to school shopping a little simpler with this organized Back to School Checklist.

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Another great way to get the kids excited to go back to school is by getting them involved in planning school lunches. I remember eyeing the food in the fridge and pantry that we were supposed to save for school. Knowing that the food was off limits, except for school lunches, made me even more excited for school to start!

Check out these school lunch food labels I made for you. Perfect labels to help your children remember what foods they can and cannot eat and keep them excited for school lunch making time.

Back to School Printable - School Lunch Labels


This next printable is not only fun, but also makes those crazy school mornings a little less crazy. I have designed for you these days of the week clothing labels. Laying out school outfits the night before, or even the week before can help save you from rummaging through drawers and laundry baskets on Monday morning looking for a matching outfit.

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Needing to send money to school with the kids feels like a weekly occurrence. No more worrying about the money getting lost in their backpacks. Keep it simple and teach the kiddos to stay organized with these school money labels. Toss the label in a sandwich bag, staple to an envelope, or paste directly to dollar bill (haha, just kidding!) Then, just toss it in their backpacks or homework folder and you’re all set!

Back to School Printable - School Money Tags


Back to School Silly Stories is the final back to school printable and my possibly the most fun. Enjoy some playtime with the kids and get their creative juices flowing. Fill out these “silly stories” about their school and teacher, then watch them giggle as you read them out loud.

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I hope you all have a great rest of your summer and a fun and easy transition back to school!

Thank you Courtney for sharing your amazing printables with us! Savannah and I both have little ones starting Kindergarten and Preschool this year so these are SO perfect! Don’t forget to check out Courtney’s Etsy shop, Paperelli and follow her on Instagram, and Pinterest!

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100+ Summer Activities for Kids

I don’t know about you but I am only a week into summer and I have already heard “I am Bored” at least 50 times. I am already so tired of it! This being the case I have collected these awesome ideas to help with the keeping your kids busy this summer. I love all of these ideas because all different and pretty easy to do with kids. And I mean with 101 different ideas you are bound to find some that your kids will enjoy.

101 Summer Activities for kids

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1.  Homemade Gak! I love this stuff!

2. Bake Cookies

3.  Do puzzles

4. Play board games

5.Gooey Monster Cookies


6. Fruity Pebbles Popsicles

7. Color

8. Make and send homemade cards to family

9.  Do watercolor paintings

Painter's Tape Spider Web 10. Painter’s tape spider web 

11. Write a pen-pal letter

12. Use tape and make a hopscotch court


13. Makes Deviled Egg Boats

14. Have a play date

15. Have a “camp out” in the living room

Mess Free Finger Paint 16. Mess free finger painting –  My kids loved this one!

17. Go to a children’s museum

18.  Play legos

Build a teepee

19.  Build a teepee or a fort

20. Make and play in a ball pit!

Balloon Ping Pong

21. Balloon Ping Pong

  Velcro Sticks

22. Velcro sticks – have fun making them and making shapes and letters out of them.

DIY $1 Book Ledges 23. Read to your kids. Read with them. Teach them. Love them.

24. Make Ollieblocks and play! These have been on my “to do” list for a long time.

Tape Race Track 25. Masking tape race track – source unknown.

If anyone knows where to find the original source, please let me know in the comments! Love this idea and my kids had a blast!

Jello cookies

 26. Jello cookies – this recipe makes DIY colored play dough AND colorful Jello Cookies


27. Water Bucket Sponge Fight

28. Go Swimming

29. Fly kites

30. Go to the park


31. Homemade Bubble Maker

32.  Draw with sidewalk chalk

33.  Do puzzles

34. Have a water balloon fight


35. 60 Days of Summer Tutorial with Printables

36. Jump on the trampoline with the hose

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37. Newspaper Snowball Fight

39. Play in the sprinklers

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40. DIY Rainbow Slime

41. Go to the beach

41. Make cookies 

42. Go to the movies.


43. Edible Water Beads

44. Play with blocks

45. Paint pictures

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45. Ice Volcanoes

46. Write a cousin pen-pal letter.

47. Make homemade popsicles

PicMonkey Collage ice 48. Pretend Melting Ice Cream

49. Play hopscotch

50. Visit grandparents

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51. Water Beads in a Water Balloon

52. Go on a scavenger hunt

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53. Color Mixing with Ice

54. Paint rocks

55. Go to the zoo with your Zoo passport

56. Play in a sandbox

57. Pick flowers

58. Have a tea party (with fruit punch!)

59. Go on a road trip

60. Go hiking


61. Marshmallow Shooters

62. Ride bikes


63. Water Balloon Games

64. Jump rope


65. Drive In Movie Night

66. Go bowling

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67. Pool Noodle Games

68. Go to an aquarium

69. Play on a seesaw

70. Build a fort


71. Ice Activity For Kids

72. Camp out in the family room

73. Visit a kid’s museum

How to make a recycled upcycled ladybug bug jar craft

74. Collect Bugs with this Bug Jar

75. Go to an ice cream/frozen yogurt shop

76. Play board games


77. Bouncing Bubbles

78. Have a movie marathon

79. Take a nap


80. Soap Boat Races

81. Make s’mores


82. Summer Activities Coupon Book

83. Tie dye t-shirts

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84. Homemade Sand Paint

85. Color a picture

86. Make Jello play dough and cookies

87. Go on a family walk

88. Go fishing


89. Kiddie Car Wash


90.Painting with Water


91. ” I SPY” Neigborhood Walk

92. Catch bugs

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93. Busy Bags


94. Old Fashion Backyard Games

Sidewalk Chalk Paint Recipe (1)

95. Sidewalk Chalk Paint

96. Have a picnic

DIY Kite made from household materials (17)

97. Make a Kite

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98. Summer Ice Fishing

99. Go to an arcade


100. Make a backyard water park


101. DIY Water Slide

Hopefully with this awesome list you will never hear “I’m bored!” again!

I hope you have the best summer EVER!

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