I've decided that at the end of each month, I want to look back through the last 4 "Too Cute" posts and pick out the things I feel that I can actually complete and post them here - at the end of the month I'll update my progress by linking back to the posts of the completed projects.
So these are the items I picked out:
I had good intentions to do this craft but when I priced a square canvas in the size I wanted plus the letters - well, I decided I didn't love it that much and did make this craft.
I want to make these to hang by our growth chart- they seem pretty easy and inexpensive.
This was completed and I shared the post back in March :-)
I've read some of this and am still digesting it - the calendar shown is no longer available so I'm kinda waiting for a new version to come out to see if I can use this idea more.
This is ordered and up on my fridge - I get lots of comments on it :-)
Letters A-D are on the wall and E-G are spray painted waiting for their modge podge :-)
After reading the instructions and supplies on this one better I decided I didn't really want to make this!! So, cancel this idea :-)
My mom offered to make these but I just never got the pattern. I'm thinking this one is not going to get done.
I nixed this one. I actually have an idea to do this OUTSIDE on our fence this summer. I'll save it for that instead.
I still NEED to do this - I just need to get to the home store and buy my tiles. I promise to share as soon as I'm done!
Tool pouches - I'd like to get these made for the boys Easter Baskets. I even have an old pair of jeans I saved "just in case" so I just need the ribbon.
Guess what I found at Target?? TOOL BELTS! YES! And they come with tools - I had planned to get them at Easter but they were sold out - I'll check the next time I'm there and pick them up :-)
First up is to make my supply list and then to get to town to pick up anything I need. Now, I know I will not necessarily get everything done in February. But by putting these on this post, I can carry them over so I don't forget about them :-)