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Yay! After seeing this pin for DIY coupon holders (by Erin at Taking Time to Create), I decided to give it a try…
Hey everybody! Today we are having two posts :) The first one was for the jewelry box turned into an "album" and memory keeping..... In case you missed that post, you can find it here... Now onto this post. Free printable recipe cards! They measure 4 inches by 6 inches.
Once you’ve started getting your toes a little wet in this whole lowering your grocery budget thing , you’ll find that one of your biggest helps will be finding and following a few blogs.
I first saw the idea to print on post-it notes on Kristen's blog "Inkablinka"....( here ). It got me thinking it would be fun to make little post-it note handouts for various reasons. I'm in the process of making Sunday School handouts for 2012 for the 12/13 year old's using post-it notes.
Start with the Kitchen It's easy to stay on top of cleaning when you create a routine that works for your lifestyle. Complete these simple cleaning tasks once a week to ensure a tidy home and avoid marathon cleaning sessions. In the kitchen , it pays to get the hardest jobs out of the way first. To keep your kitchen sparkling clean, stay up-to-date with these weekly tasks.
Here's an easy way to keep track of the every-rotating lists of goals we all have! You'll need post-it notes, a pencil, markers, a ruler, and an 11 x 14 inch piece of bristol board or heavy card stock. Start by sketching out a simple layout with your pencil. I left a half-inch border around the entire design, then added a 4.5 x 10 inch rectangle at the top of the page. Use the bottom section of the page to add six three inch squares, evenly spaced.