Chore Chart Inspiration & Tutorial!

For those of you who are having a tough time organizing your chore chart, let this be a fun and rewarding addition to your home, and the best part is, It isn’t just a printed piece of paper, it is a WORK OF ART!

OK, so many of you are probably thinking, I cant do that. The thing is, YOU CAN. This project is probably the most simple ever. With just a few supplies, you are off to a great start! I will walk you through this project in this blog post, and show you some amazing products to help you accomplish the chore chart of your dreams! Say that there times!

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So, we need a few things to get started..

So lets get started. Let me start off by saying that the artwork above was not created by me, so I am just guiding you based on how I would create this fabulous work of art.

Step One. Lets start off with the background, You will start with a 12×12 piece of Cardstock of your color choice. I would stick with something simple, and use photos that tell your story!

Step Two: Adhere your photos and embellishments. Again, I wouldn’t get too crazy, just enough to tell a story!

Step Three: Stamp your Days of the Week on Cardstock and cut around. Adhere to the frame.

Step Four: Create tags using your Cricut, a Diecut, or anyway you would, to add chores on. You can add chores by typing & printing, or using a smaller size alphabet stamp set.

Step Five: Decorate with some Embellishments, and VOILA! ARTWORK THAT SERVES A PURPOSE!

If you stay tuned, you will find all sorts of other tutorials coming right up!

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