I did it!
I decided to do the calendar - as my first little project for our new house (specifically, for my office). My only complaint was that the dimenions and res. were a little off, but that’s what I get for printing through Wal-Mart I guess. I ordered a 20 x 30” poster print for about $17. Then I bought my 20 x 20” frame at Hobby Lobby. Unfortunately, no IKEAs in Idaho, but this...
Each calendar template is 4”x6” for easy printing. Found here at Oscraps. More details on the framed calendar here.
And for all ages! This would be perfect for the cute little sunbeam who sits in front of me every Sunday fighting to remove his annoying clip-on tie. From SuperSweetCreations (ETSY)
Interior Design Schemes
Sorry, but that’s the kick I’m on now so I may have a post or 2 with interior design ideas…
Click here for tutorial.
Green Theme Room
Little Guy Tie
Ok, so again, I don’t sew, and I don’t even have any kids yet, but I’m digging this idea. It could work as a gift as well. I discovered it on a friend’s blog, and determined I was going to do it some day! The pattern is $6.50.
This cute little guy was made from an old scarf.
I don’t sew, but it’s projects like these that make me want to learn.
Mr. Potato Head
Fun option for Moms.
Handwritten Address Stamps
I like this idea! Return address in a stamp. No more stickers, labels & scribbles. And it’s cute. I think they can even make your own handwriting into a stamp. Unfortunately, it’s not cheap. :(
Tissue Paper Flower Pom Poms
Love these poms! We made them for a YW activity and used them for a youth dance. They were a big hit!