Yesterday I showed you the new task board for my boys. Today I'll show you where I put it.
I had three frames that I wasn't using anymore, so I sprayed them all gray.
I hung the task board at the bottom so the boys could reach it. I took a picture of them for the middle frame.
Sidenote: Do you know how inexpensive prints are at Costco? Wow. $2.99 for a 12"x12" which is about 6 or 7 times more expensive at a normal photo store. I love that place.
I designed some art based on one of my favorite children's songs at church. Baden pumps his little fist in the air when he sings this song and I LOVE it. The first few lines are exactly what I want to teach my boys. "Dare to do right. Dare to be true. You have a work that no other can do." I didn't make the print in other colors, but if you want the file in these colors I'm happy to email it to you.
It's the wall they see on the way down the stairs, so I figured it was a good place for all of it. It's also where they put their dirty laundry.
It's the first thing I see when I walk out of our bedroom, which makes me happy.
And I thought I'd tell you what's in the future here on the blog. June we'll have hair week again. I have some great guests lined up. In June and July you'll see me decorate our bedroom - which I've never really shown here. There will be fun projects and with befores and afters.
I'm also toying with some other ideas. Would you be interested in a curtains week - full of different, easy types of DIY curtains? How about learning activities for your kids? (Whether or not I blog about that, it's something I will be doing a lot of in these summer months.) I'd love to throw in some boy sewing projects as well. Whew! Lots to squeeze in! Let me know what you're interested in.
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