Monday, December 5, 2011

Holiday To-Do List

i'm sure you know by now that the three of us have a thing for to-do lists.
crossing items off as you go feels like a pretty good accomplishment.

last year we shared our holiday plans list and this year we wanted to switch thing up a little bit. you'll notice the new list matches our christmas subway art.

the holiday to-do list

what you'll need:
  • an 11 3/4" x 36" frame
  • (2) 12x18 striped papers (download HERE)
  • (1) 8x12 holiday to-do topper (download HERE)
  • tape
  • black permanent marker
  • black wipe board marker
you may need to trim some of the sides of the paper to fit into your frame. lie the papers behind the glass, tape the sheets together and replace the back of the frame.

then, using your permanent marker, make a list on top of the glass of all the fun holiday things you can think of to get done. you'll enjoy making memories AND crossing things off as you go.
*the permanent marker will wipe off using a glass cleaner.




the holiday to-do list was recently featured on the fossil website

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13 comments:

  1. this is seriously adorable! love this idea... thanks for sharing!

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  2. Absolutely love this idea, we have so many things we want to capture during the holidays with the girls!

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  3. I love your ideas! I've printed a few of your subway designs, and I'd really like to to print the filler page, but the link isn't working. Can you post that again? Thanks

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  4. What a fun idea! Love checking up on you girls to see what cool new projects you are working on.

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  5. Oooh love it! Thats awesome, thanx for sharing!

    Natalie
    www.projectdowhatyoulove.wordpress.com

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  6. Thank you ! This is a great idea and very cute.

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  7. I've looked around a few places and can't seem to find a frame that size. Could someone please LMK where you found one? Thanks so much!

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  8. I love this! I especially loved some of the actual things on your list (donate food to food drive in particular). Happy Holidays!

    Jamie @ The Polished Touch

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  9. Thank you - just lovely. The striped papers will also be great to make paper chains. Seaside x

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  10. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 8 post on Dec. 06, 2011. Thanks again.

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  11. Karen Young - I got a simple black one at walmart (it was nice and cheap!). I saw the white one at Michaels, but it was $43.

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  12. this is such a brilliant idea. i'm normally up to my ears in lists this time of year and lose some etc, but having a big one, as pretty as this, on a table or on my wall would be so helpful! thanks.

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