Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Monday, July 9, 2012
I completed a second layout, too. Used my Cricut to cut out the heart and scalloped circle embellishment. I like how the "I love you" from another sheet in this stack fit so perfectly in the heart cut-out. Now that's love!
Now, go find yourself a stack and catch up a little on your scrapbooking!
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Class starts July 6th - all online and at your convenience - Scrapbooking Your Faith at My Creative Classroom. I hope to "see" you in the classroom!
We decided to keep it simple and flexible. I found a chore chart made with the Cricut Chore Chart cartridge that we really liked. It is primarily pictures - so our girl would understand it. It included some "chores" that are habits we want her to develop, such as brushing teeth and cleaning up toys. It also had some pics of things we need to work on - brushing hair (without screaming) for one. We like how you can put up 5 chores a day and turn them over to reveal a star when they are completed. It's then a quick check at the end of the day to see how she did. We've decided that for each star earned, she will earn one dime. We'll just drop the dimes into a jar and count them up at the end of the week - probably Saturdays, so we know how much we are giving to church, putting in savings, and putting aside to spend. She currently has been asking for another Polly Pocket. I told her she had to do more jobs to earn it. We have a bank for her with "save" "spend" and "share" compartments and the money she earns throughout the week will be appropriately deposited.