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Recipe Card Maker

Recipe Card Maker
Welcome to Skip to my Lou As seen in the new book "Hand in Hand" Recipe Card Maker Create your own recipe cards using this free online recipe card maker. Recipe card maker help » Step 1 — Select a recipe card size Select Size » Add Recipes » Print What size card would you like? This setting gives you two cards per page. This setting gives you three cards per page. Will you be adding multiple recipes? Skip to my Lou Features Craft, Create, Celebrate… Skip To My Lou is a place to fulfill the passion for sharing the best in life. Follow me: Newsletter Signup: Free Monthly Printable! © 2009 - 2014 Skip to my Lou

Modern Parents Messy Kids Hello Ucreate readers, thanks so much for having me! I'm Steph, founder/managing editor of Modern Parents Messy Kids and mom to a 2 year old son and 13 month old daughter. I started MPMK as a resource for helping parents to engage their kids, organize their life, and add a little style to their home. In my former life I was a Doctor of Audiology and worked with pediatric patients, now I spend my days racking my brain and scouring the internet for simple ways to connect with my kids. I gravitate towards anything that’s accessible to all parents (including the crafting-impaired), fosters development, and has a bit of a modern edge. You'll only need three simple items: a stack of colorful sticky notes, a marker, and a shadow box. Start by labeling your top row of sticky notes. Next layout your sticky notes in a grid. Once you have the layout the way you like it, I would recommend using some glue to reinforce everything. That's it (five minutes was probably and over-estimate).

Creator Processing ... Personal $ Svg $20 ✓ Up to $75 merchandises for personal use. Merchandise $ License to use artwork in merchandises (T-Shirt, Mug, poster, etc). Single Use $ License for single-purpose non-merchandising use. Unlimited $ Unlimited personal or commercial use. Custom $TBD Custom license, with terms subject to prior arrangement. Please contact for more information By accepting this license, you agree to the Tagxedo's Terms of Service, and you agree that you have acquired the right to use the source image to create the Tagxedo artwork, and that you indemnify and hold harmless Tagxedo and its employees and officers from any harm are liability that may incur. Please contact if you have any question. Project Display Board Or I guess I should say…….. project/photo/bills/chores/etc. display board. The uses are endless. And you can make this little board fit the theme of any of your decor. So it blends right in. Perfect. I just needed a solution for wet art that was making a mess touching other things in my home. Solved that problem. All I did was cover a board with a layer of Mod Podge and then layed a piece of fabric on top of that. And then I covered the front and sides with a nice layer of Mod Podge. Then I covered some jumbo wooden clothes pins the same way. Next, I let everything dry completely and the hot glued the jumbo pins to the board. Great for all sorts of purposes. Related posts:

How to study right for every subject Finals and end-of-year tests are coming up fast. Here’s our lickety-split guide to acing every subject. With these seven tips in hand, we bet you’ll be seeing straight-A’s by the time the final bell rings. Get organized Rooting through the recycling bin at the bottom of your locker 10 minutes before your final is so not the way to go. Be your own best study buddy There are probably as many different studying techniques as people in your chem class. Practice makes perfect If your test involves something that you’re going to have to do or explain, then it makes sense to actually do or explain that thing before you’re going to be graded on it, right? Focus on your problem areas If you have a limited amount of prep time and a lot of things to get through, this one is especially important. Get help ASAP Still not getting it solo? Know the format True or false. Play by the rules This one is obvious, but sometimes it’s overlooked in the rush to memorize everything ASAP.

Back to School Organizing For Kids 101 - Backpacks & Book Bags Home - Newsletters - "Get Organized" - Article Backpacks and book bags are a back to school staple. Every kid needs at least one! Have you seen how they look inside? Most of the time, they are crammed full of papers in a haphazard fashion. Here are some handy tips to keep your backpacks and book bags organized. When purchasing a new backpack or book bag, make sure they have these features to help keep things neat and tidy! This is a great place for putting small items such as zip bags where you keep your pens, pencils, rulers, lip gloss etc. This is a great place for small things that you want to keep more secure such as money, keys, cell phones, etc. This is a great place for those pens, pencils, etc. Water bottles, sports drinks, sodas, etc. are best in a pocket with a net and stored on the outside, away from books and papers. Go through the bag and clean it out daily. File your important papers when you clean out your bag (right after you get home is best).

Organizing Backpacks | Neat & Simple Professional Organizers | Ariane Benefit by Ariane Benefit, M.S.Ed. Life Coach, ADHD Coach, Organizing and Life Design Coach, Author Productivity Healer, Chronic Disorganization Reprint of Monthly column published in NJ Life & Leisure, September 2006 This month we have a great question from one of our Neat & Simple Living readers! Dear Ariane, I have a son in 7th grade whose school backpack seems to be a bottomless pit! Linda S., Bloomfield What a great question, Linda! Sometimes just helping your child define a clear purpose for his backpack makes a huge difference. Another tool for successful backpack management is teaching kids how to plan ahead daily. Before returning home, your child should ask himself “What do I need to take home to do my homework this evening?” NOTE: It is important that your son be involved in making decisions about the details of organizing his backpack. To get started, work with your son to: create a list of what he needs to transport on a regular basis. This is only one way to organize a backpack.

How to Organize Your Backpack for Middle School Edit Article Edited by AshleeLuvsJohnny, SilverSparkz, Teresa, SponqebobRocks and 10 others After spending some time in middle school, you suddenly find yourself with an overwhelming amount of materials to carry around. Ad Steps 1Purge, sort, and purge again. 4Enjoy your neat backpack. Tips Remember to carry extra lined paper just in case you run out.Make sure you have a folder for each subject.

How to Take Good Notes and Organize Them: 9 steps Edit Article Edited by Alliy, Maluniu, Lillian May, Mr handsome and 24 others It's vitally important that, in school, you can review what you've learned in a snap. Tests, quizzes, and homework galore -- taking and keeping good notes can be your life preserver in a sea of assignments. Ad Steps 1Get a separate notebook for each class. 9Use them! Tips When you write notes, make sure you write down a title, date, and page number in case you need to go back and check something from the book.Buy notebooks, pencils, and other supplies that you like and that will last. Warnings Make sure to keep up your system. How to organize your school work | 97.9 The Beat In addition to studying and working hard in school, being organized is just as important in order to be successful. Not only is it a good trait to learn now, it will be a valuable asset in adulthood as well, when entering the workforce. With hectic schedules, changing classes and needing different materials for each class, learning how to organize your schoolwork can make life so much easier for students. Clean up the clutter! Materials -Use a binder for each class. -In each binder, put the same basic supplies in each. -Next, buy items that have holes that will fit the binder, such as notebook paper, folders with pockets, spiral notebooks, and report covers, add these items to each binder for each class. When having a binder for each class, you will always be prepared, always have a pencil and paper available, and always have a place to take notes and jot down important information. It is easy to organize schoolwork once a person gets into the habit of keeping a place for everything.

How to be organized in high school? 1. GOALS. Set realistic goals at the beginning of the school year, and break those large goals into mini-goals. Write these goals down on index cards and keep them in a highly visible place where you can see them every day. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.