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Free printable Chore Charts

How to get your Kids to Beg for Chores & Printable Chore Charts

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This is my personal cleaning list, including cleaning tasks to be done daily, weekly, and and semi-annually. It’s quite likely your cleaning goals won’t be exactly the same as my own, so I’ve also included a customizable form that you can fill out on the computer and print for your personal use.

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Homework station

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REALLY like this. Bench seating is good idea

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Exclusive Printable Menu: will only be a free download for a few weeks. Can be framed and used with dry erase marker or laminated. 8x10 size

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Follow these seven steps and your whole house will sparkle in four hours if you’re a beginner, two and a half once you become a pro.

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Spray paint a branch wreath a bright modern color!

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Painted 2X4 with hooks. So simple and functional! Behind the front door.

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Love the simplicity

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A trick for hanging photo collections: Lay out your arrangement. Flip frames over. Lay waxed paper on top of frames. Mark hanger/nail spot on waxed paper. Flip waxed paper over and tape to wall, nail into wall where indicated. Tear down waxed paper. Hang photos. -- Great idea!

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printable.

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Picture frames

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DIY Bookshelf made from crates you can get at Joann's. Paint it any color you want!

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Idea for bathroom shelf

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buy tablecloths to use as draperies....much less expensive, already hemmed, meant to launder often, and many patterns and colors available out there! 60x84 {or buy 60x104 so you can hem them AND still have matching fabric left over for pillows or other coordinating pieces!} I did this when I couldn't find curtains that were long enough. It works great!!!

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This would work perfect for front entry

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Scrapbook paper Mod Podge, ribbon, fabric, staplegun, canvases and a curtain rod...cuteness!

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Long box of dried hydrangeas under flat screen...so simple but so pretty.

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Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones; pointed end UP. Add a few more marbles or rocks so that the tulip bulb is surrounded but not covered (think support). . .Step 3 - Pour fresh water into the container. The water shouldn't touch the bulb, but it should be very close, so that the roots will grow in.

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old tub 'hanging basket'... cool I have both.

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Curtain Rod Picture Holder

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Love it! A trio of mosquito repelling potted plants. Perfect for the back porch

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This website has LOTS of great ideas for things to do for the hubby.

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How to paint a table

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I thought I was organized...this just gave me so many more ideas!

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