Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Visiting Teaching Calling Cards

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7 Free Frozen Potty Progress Chart Printables!

Recently I did a Frozen Potty Progress Chart for my 3 yr old.
(click on link or picture below to print it)

It was only for 1 sticker a day if she had no accidents. 
This works OK but she needed a little more to show for it so I created this chart to go with it so she gets a sticker every time she goes! 
Then if she's dry all day she gets one on her other chart too! We will see if this works better for her!

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Free Printable!
Frozen Potty Progress Charts
(I went a little crazy with the charts! Enjoy!)

 I included a "boy" version too! I have 3 (almost 4) girls so I sometimes forget about those sweet little boys out there!:)

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

T-shirt Upcycle

This is such an easy,quick project!
It took me maybe 10 mins. 
I just cut the sleeves and collar off and cut strips on the end and braided/tied the strips together. On the white one I kept the sleeves because they were cute:) 
I used size 12mon for the butterfly one and size 4t for the cat one. And of course they were ones that were stained or something from my recycle box so no cost to me!:) 

Super easy and just right for my little girls!

Pikle copy cat cover

 So have you seen those cool In A Pikle bag things lately? They are super cool! But the cases are just not in my price range :S
I wanted to give a couple as gifts for Christmas so here's what I did.
I bought the pouch inserts and made my own cases! They now have a larger one I'd like to make as well for myself. I've seen where people have made similar things and used zip lock bags and just sewed them in the center. I did that with my test one only I still used the snaps to snap the bags in. I sewed several bags together then cut a hole where the snaps are. It works fine but just didn't look as nice. And the bags aren't as durable. I also thought of using clear zipper pouches and just punching holes in them which would work too. I could even sew I line only both sides of the holes so things don't slip out. I just haven't gathered enough pouches and its much cheaper to just buy the pikle inserts!
 Above: possible pouch option
Below: The Pikle inserts

 Above: My first version of the case (VERY rough!) I had the zip lock bags in there before but I forgot to take a picture!

Below: Another possible insert option for a bigger case

So here are my final, finished ones I did to fit the inserts. I didn't want much bulk and I put a little pocket on the outside,elastic on inside, found some stain remover pens at the dollar tree, put some band aids and such in there and wahla! Of course my idea wouldn't have been reality without my mothers sewing abilities so thanks mom for makingy vision a reality!
The inserts cost about $5 for 4 inserts so I got 2 sets and put 2 inserts in each which gives them at least 4 zipper pouches and I had leftovers to make one for myself :D

Anyway, I didn't sell these (and won't) but you could maybe do the same and have something custom to fit your needs! Enjoy!