Monday, June 29, 2015

Monday Made It {June 29}

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Today’s Monday Made It is brought to you by me and my sisters!  This was definitely a joint effort and I love how it turned out.  My sister has 2 little ones and they are a busy family with lots of activities to keep track of.  She will also be going back to work full time this year, so she wanted to make a “Family Command Center,” to help them stay organized.

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The chore chart on the bottom was made by my sister in Tennessee.  The two frames in the middle are for meal planning and a to do list.  The calendar on the top was designed by me!  I was so excited to put my creating/designing skills to use to help her.  She wanted a simple design that would coordinate with the papers she picked for the other frames and the colors in her living room.


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I made the slide in powerpoint and saved it as a jpeg.  My sister  uploaded it to costco and printed it as a 16 X 20 to fit the frame. I did have to play around with the slide size so that it would fit properly at that large a size!  I love how it turned out and I am motivated to create my own version now! 

9 comments:

  1. Very cute! I need to make this for my life as well.
    Jessica

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  2. You two did a great job! The calendar looks great.

    Stacy
    Made with Love

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  3. Oh.my.word!!! LOVE this! Thanks for linking it up:)
    4th Grade Frolics

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  4. This looks so neat and organized on the wall. Is it easy to use dry erase markers on the glass for the calendar?
    Storie

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  5. It looks awesome! I hope it helps her family stay organized!

    Amanda
    A Very Curious Class

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  6. The Knefely family could probably use a schedule chart just like that! Super cute and functional - what's not to love!

    Jamie
    Teaching Tidbits and More with Jamie

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  7. Would you share how you made the calendar using PowerPoint? I tried to make one put couldn't get it to fill the page. Love the idea of not having to buy a new calendar every year.

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  8. I resized the powerpoint slide to be the size I needed the print to be, that way none of the borders would be cut off. I used a background from I Teach, What's Your Superpower, and then I made the calendar by inserting a table. I saved it as a jpeg and my sister uploaded it to Walgreens to print it! I hope that helps! If you need any other help you can email me at jmwood614@yahoo.com
    The Blessed Teacher

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