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Extreme Fonts Contest Family Organizer


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Design by: KatieB (2 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: less than 30 minutes
Project tags: Home Décor/Accents Organization Family Layouts

I made a family organizer out of a 6 picture collage frame. Two of the picture frames are dedicated to my schedule and my husband's schedule for the upcoming week. Another frame is dedicated to our weekly menu so we stick to our diets and our budget. The bottom middle frame is a reminder for the next holiday (Valentine's Day is next, but I already have Easter, and our wedding anniversary planned). I used some journaling paper to put lines in the remaining two frames for notes, shopping lists, etc. Enjoy!

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • 6 Opening Collage Frame
  • Assorted papers
  • Valentines
  • Assorted embellishments

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Cut the background papers to 4" by 6" so they fit in the openings. Then glue the letters down and insert them into the openings.
First, decide what you need to organize with your organizer. In my house, its just the two of us and a kitty so we just needed places for two schedules, our menu, and shopping lists, etc.
Cut the word MENU, the names of the people (here, Tom and Katie) who's schedules need organizing, and enough sets of "SMTWTFS" for each calendar. The names and MENU are cut at 1 inch and the days of the week are cut at .5 inches.
Use a dry erase marker on the glass and it will wipe right off!

Step 1

Cut the background papers to 4" by 6" so they fit in the openings. Then glue the letters down and insert them into the openings.

Step 2

First, decide what you need to organize with your organizer. In my house, its just the two of us and a kitty so we just needed places for two schedules, our menu, and shopping lists, etc.

Step 3

Cut the word MENU, the names of the people (here, Tom and Katie) who's schedules need organizing, and enough sets of "SMTWTFS" for each calendar. The names and MENU are cut at 1 inch and the days of the week are cut at .5 inches.

Step 4

Use a dry erase marker on the glass and it will wipe right off!

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