Some of you may remember when I shared my personal family memo board that was designed as a 12″x12″ Artistic Edge Metal Print from Full Color Lab. Well, I’ve been wanting to create a “Chore Chart” for Patrick and after thinking about it for awhile I thought “a metal print would be just perfect!” since they do make awesome dry erase boards!
So, I designed them up in Photoshop – one for Patrick and one for Corinne (even though she won’t be doing chores for a few years yet!) and sent them off to the lab for printing. They arrived today!
These were designed as 12″x19″ Artistic Edge Metal Prints – also from Full Color Lab. My husband hung them up as soon as they got here in the part of our kitchen I call “the nook”. It used to be a doorway outside to the back yard but, the previous owners closed it in and they had their fridge in there. We moved the fridge out to the main part of the kitchen and put base cabinets and a countertop back there for more storage. It’s the perfect little spot for the chore charts, too!
Anyone else in need of a chore chart? You can download my layered PSD templates for these by clicking here: CHORE CHART TEMPLATES
You can alter the design to fit any size metal print and all text is editable (fonts are not included due to copyright). My background patterns (from the Herringbone Digital Paper Pack over in The Sassy Shop) are included but, you can swap them out for any pattern you like! I can’t wait to start using ours – hopefully this will help streamline and organize things around this house of ours a bit more!! Hope you all find them useful, too!
Well, we had another milestone in our house last night — Patrick lost his first front tooth!! He lost the bottom two last year but, he’s been waiting (impatiently) for the top ones to come out. He was so excited and couldn’t wait to see what the Tooth Fairy was going to bring him. He has been asking for her picture…and wanted to leave her a note last night requesting that she leave a snapshot of herself on his bedroom door. LOL
So not only did we have to come up with a reason why she couldn’t leave her photo, I thought it was only appropriate that she leave a note on Official Tooth Fairy Stationary with her reason – you know, so that it would be official!
Here is the note he found under his pillow this morning, with a $20 bill and a picture of his “missing tooth grin”:
Letter from the Tooth Fairy
So, for all of you that want to know why she couldn’t leave a photo behind – the fairy dust makes her invisible to cameras! Here is what the blank stationary looks like:
You can download the PSD file FREE by clicking here: FREE TOOTH FAIRY STATIONARY Colors are editable, text is not. Prefer a PDF? You can get that version here: FREE TOOTH FAIRY STATIONARY PDF
I also decided we needed to have official letterhead for Santa – because this year we’re going to leave cookies out for him, something we have never done before! Here is Santa’s stationary:
You can download the PSD file of Santa’s stationary FREE by clicking here: FREE SANTA CLAUS STATIONARY Just as with the Tooth Fairy’s stationary, colors are editable, text is not. Prefer a PDF? You can get that version here: FREE SANTA CLAUS STATIONARY PDF
Hope you enjoy these freebies and that your children are amazed when they get letters from Fairyland and The North Pole!