Welcome to my blog of all my crafting adventures! You can become a fan of my Facebook page by clicking on the icon on the right. If you are local to College Station, TX and are interested in purchasing any of my items I sell at the Farmer's Market, please email lisa@lilyandoak.com.

My new website is up and running! You'll find it at www.lilyandoak.com. All of my Scent Melts and warmers are listed. I am working on pendants and magnet sets next. If what you want is not there yet, let me know what you'll looking for and I'll get it set up next.

Places I'll be selling:

February 19th--Brazos Valley Farmers Market in Bryan 8:00AM to Noon--Looks like it might rain, so I might stay home. :)

February 26th--Brazos Valley Farmers Market in Bryan 8:00AM to Noon

You can always contact me to view my products at my home in College Station.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Fun Printable Mazes

My husband likes to make mazes for our kids to do when they need to sit quietly. He just finished a set of three and offered to let me post them on my blog in case anyone else wants to give them a try. These mazes are a bit non-traditional in that there are words, pictures, math equations, etc that when you reach them, you can "jump" to the item that corresponds to it. For example, the one below has sets of objects and numbers that correspond to them. Feel free to print these mazes for your own personal use. They are in PDF form. If you like them and want to share, please link to this post. Also, my husband would appreciate any comments on how well these mazes are enjoyed--are they too easy, too hard, confusing? Download them here. Enjoy!


  1. Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 6 post on Jan. 31, 2010. Thanks again.

  2. Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the CraftCrave Blog Printable Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: [31 Jan 02:00pm GMT]).

  3. Thank you to your hubby ;o) Will test these out with my g'sons. Again... thank you.

  4. I think the grandkids will love these, i'll probably give them a try, tell hubby thanks, & keep up the good work