10 Best DIY Growth Charts | You Put it Up I like adding the parents heights, see if you get taller than Mom!

10 Best DIY Growth Charts | You Put it Up I like adding the parents heights, see if you get taller than Mom!

That Village House: DiY Growth Chart tutorial great explanation for marking the measurements to make a 6' board take you up to 6 1/2'.

That Village House: DiY Growth Chart tutorial great explanation for marking the measurements to make a 6' board take you up to 6 1/2'.

How to make an easy Wooden Growth Chart for under $5! Who knew it was so easy?!?! www.thepinningmama.com

$5 + 30 Minute Wooden Growth Chart

How to make an easy Wooden Growth Chart for under $5! Who knew it was so easy?!?! www.thepinningmama.com

How to Laminate With an Iron. So happy I found this, I've been looking for a laminator but this is treasure!

How to Laminate With an Iron. So happy I found this, I've been looking for a laminator but this is treasure!

Here is an awesome makeover that shows how cool looking you can make a plain wood IKEA chair. Diana Durkes cut capital S from a scavenged piece of 1/2″ thick wood using a jigsaw. After that she smooth its edges using 150 grit sandpaper. Next, she painted the letter and the chair using gold and turquoise spray paints and attached the S to the chair using wood glue. The result is very nice, right?

Here is an awesome makeover that shows how cool looking you can make a plain wood IKEA chair. Diana Durkes cut capital S from a scavenged piece of 1/2″ thick wood using a jigsaw. After that she smooth its edges using 150 grit sandpaper. Next, she painted the letter and the chair using gold and turquoise spray paints and attached the S to the chair using wood glue. The result is very nice, right?

Easy Easy EASY..wooden pictures.  Needed...   Piece of wood.  Modge Podge.  Your favorite picture.. photocopied.    Glue the picture on the board.. and modge podge over it a few times... let it dry and VOILA..     I also painted around my blocks to match.

Easy Easy EASY..wooden pictures. Needed... Piece of wood. Modge Podge. Your favorite picture.. photocopied. Glue the picture on the board.. and modge podge over it a few times... let it dry and VOILA.. I also painted around my blocks to match.

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