Tuesday, November 30, 2010

{Traditions} Holiday Plans Framed List

This week we're focusing on
Christmas Traditions

Today's project is a knock-off of our Summer To-Do List we made back in June.
We came up with a list of our usual December activities and wanted a fun way to keep track of them all. Now we can see what fun stuff needs to get done and mark it off.

Holiday Plans Framed List


To make this project, I used the "Joyful" digital paper pack found HERE.
Opened a new 12" x 18" document in Photoshop, then placed 2" x 12" strips of the papers together on there.
I printed two of these sheets from Costco for the bottom part and printed one of the headers for the top.

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What are some of your December must-do activities/traditions?

19 comments:

  1. I would love to make one of these! Where did you find your frame?

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  2. This is one of my favorite new decorations this year! So cute and the best part -- it's easy! Yay!

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  3. Such a fun idea!! One I must start once we're settled into our new home.

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  4. Acting out the nativity story with our kiddos and having them sit on Santa's lap... both a must :)

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  5. I did this in the summertime also. Happy to see your doing it again. I will try to but not sure if time and supplies. We do most of what you have on your list too.

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  6. I loved this idea the first time, and even more now!

    I made one as a gift for my MIL in the colors of her home & made the back-side to match her kitchen. Now I should make one for holidays. She'd LOVE that!

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  7. I loved it this summer and never got around to making one. I love it even more for the holiday season and vow to make one this week! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful and inspirational idea!

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  8. Holiday photos are ALWAYS a must!!! Not to mention picking out a really great tree (so sad that we can't afford to do this this year). I also LOVE to bake goodies nad make gift baskets for all of the peripheral people that I have to get gifts for.

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  9. LOVE this!! I shared it on my TT&J FB page and linked to you:)


    xox
    Jen

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  10. Ladies, your creations are always so awesome... I am giving you a Blog award... check it out at my blog: tukistryingtoscrap.blogspot.com! Thank you for always sharing your projects!!

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  11. I love this! LOVED your summer one and my daughter had so much fun with it! I made mine last night.....a bit smaller. Hope you don't mind but I did a post on this and the glitter trees. I did link back to your blog so others can see all your awesomness!

    http://fclarkfamily.blogspot.com/2010/12/christmas-crafts.html

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  12. I almost wish my kids were little again just so I could make one of these! I did your Subway Art and just love it. {I had mine done at Staples and found frames at Goodwill}. Thanks for sharing these things!

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  13. That's a really stylish holiday organizer. Only problem for me is, my list is so very long.

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  14. I love that you can see all of the fun at once! Thanks for the idea, I'll be linking.

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