Ultimate Bundles just keep getting better! I’m amazed by the quality and quantity of resources they are able to curate for such a great price.
The Ultimate DIY Bundle has already been on sale since January 21st. That means today, Monday the 26th is the last day it will be available for purchase.
I’m a little late getting the word out because I wasn’t sure if it would be relevant enough to my readers to promote.
Just yesterday I sat down to comb through it and realized how much “DIY” does intersect with simple living.
This bundle includes everything from canning guides, to homemade cleaners, to DIY gift ideas, to sewing projects, to writing, to scripture memory. All these are things that I believe can be very worthwhile as the “busy at home” housewives and moms that God calls us to be.
As Titus 2:3-5 says,
“Likewise, teach the older women to be reverent in the way they live, not to be slanderers or addicted to much wine, but to teach what is good. 4 Then they can urge the younger women to love their husbands and children, 5 to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind, and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the word of God.”
Of course, every resource doesn’t apply to every person, but if there are even 4 or 5 that interesting and useful, the bundle still proves to be a great deal.
There are so many resources to look through, including ebooks, ecourses and bonuses, so I’ve pulled out 9 of them that I’m especially excited to unpack for myself. There are SO MANY other great ones that may not apply to me, but would to you!
I encourage you to check it out before it’s too late.
My Top 9
1. Handmade Gifts for Every Occasion: ($10 value)
willinspire you to give beautiful, thoughtful gifts all year long with ideas from Kim Layton, founder of Everything Etsy. From beauty gifts and crochet patterns to jewelry tutorials and felt projects, you’ll find easy-to-follow tutorials and beautiful pictures on every page.
2. Gifts Kids Can Make: ($4.95 value)
Craft up ahandmade holiday with your kids! In Gifts Kids Can Make, Cindy Hopper shows you and your kids how to make a work of art necklace/key holder, masterpiece notecards, photo magnets, brownie mix, artistic wooden paper towel holder, and more. Plus, get editable, printable gift tags to attach to your handmade gifts!
3. Make Believe: ($9.95 value)
With projectsfrom four designers, Make Believe offers 8 fun activities and patterns to encourage kids to be creative! The book includes a Superhero Doll Pattern, Crown Tutorial, Bean Bag Tutorial, Fabric Fashion Paper Dolls, Fabric Store Scavenger Hunt, Pirate Hat Pattern, Cat Mask Pattern, and a Word Search.
4. Simple & Clean: ($2.99 value)
With 12 green cleaning recipes you can make out of 7 inexpensive ingredients, Clean & Simple is perfect for anyone wanting a more natural home.
5. Interior Design for Real People: ($10 value)
You don’t have to be an interior decorator to create a home that is beautiful, practical and unique. In Interior Design for Real People, Sarah empowers and inspiresreaders to create a home filled with beauty and character with DIY projects for your furniture; walls, floors, and fireplaces; drapes and upholstery; and accessories.
6. Scripture Memory Cards: ($10 value)
Designed by artist Melissa Beaver, these printable Scripture cards represent things and virtues that she longs to instill and bury deep in the hearts of her children.
- Let them look outfor others.
- Let them love one another.
- Let them ask for wisdom when needed.
- Let them Live a life of love.
- This year I pray LET THEM and LET US.
Whether you use them to memorize the Scriptures, to pray them for your children, or as journal cards for your scrapbook, may you be encouraged by each one!
7. The Social Spread: ($129.00 value)
The Social Spread is a beautifully laid out “feast” of 600+ ready-to-use social media updates, designed to cover your needs for a full year’s worth of content. From photo templates to questions and quotes to lead generation updates to blog post sharing updates and so much more, you’ll have everything you need to create an engaged community with ease. Also includes access to The Biz Bistro, an exclusive Facebook group for purchasers.
8. Lucky the Elephant pattern: ($7.00 value)
You will love making this cute and easy elephant pillow for all the little sweeties in your life. Lucky the Elephant is a 12-page PDF pattern including lots of pictures and detailed instructions. A good project for beginners but also a fast and gratifying project for a more advanced sewer.The elephant measures 10″ tall and 15″ wide. Materials needed are about a 1/2 yard of mixed cotton fabrics, fusible interfacing, polyfil, and a sewing machine.
9. Printable Photo Checklists ($5.00 value)
This set includes 8 printable checklists with 50 photo ideas and photography prompts each in both 8.5″x11″ and 5.5″x8.5″ sizes.Checklists in the set include:
- 50 Photos of Everyday Life
- 50 Photos to Take with Your Kids
- 50 Back to School Photo
- 50 Travel Photos
- 50 Summer Photos
- 50 Holiday Photos
- 50 Spring Photos
- 50 Fall Photos
Resources are nice. Especially e-resources that don’t take up space around the house.
What looks interesting to you from this bundle?