Saturday, 14 January 2012

Weekly Organiser

A while ago I saw this idea on Pinterest it really caught my eye. It was a black frame of little frames that had been decorated.
I loved the idea of creating that into a weekly organiser for us.

So when LESSOLOGY gave us the challenge of creating an inspiration board I thought this was the perfect start.
I've been inspired by some of my favourite papers from MME - Lost and Found.
I love these papers and the glittery accents added.

I bought this frame and have turned it into our weekly organiser.
A wipeable pen works perfect on the glass.

I've added some extra chipboard pieces on top of the glass.

Love the glitter!!

This will also double up as a reward chart, keeping tally of the pocket money earnt by the kids.
(or maybe haven't earnt, but could have earnt!!)

I plan to keep note of activities planned each week along with the chores expected of the kids.
It's sat in the kitchen still waiting for Ade to hang it on the kitchen door.
I don't think blue tack will work on this one.

Take a look here to see what the other LESSology girls made.
This weeks prize is sponsored by Whiskers Graphics who are sending out bakers twine to the winner.
Add your inspiration boards here to play along.

Happy Weekend xxx


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Sooooooo love love love this Lisa!!! So inspiring!! :):):):):):):):):):):)

Audrey Pettit said...

Lisa! What a gorgeous project! I LOVE your take on the inspiration board. All those black frames are stunning and I adore the Lost and Found papers you used. This is not only useful and a great organizational tool, it's incredibly beautiful, too.

Fay aka Beautifullily said...

Such a fab idea, I love how you turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Lea said...

Wow! I love this idea!!!

Carin McDonough said...

Such a fun idea and I love the addition of the cute red nose photo! :)

Antonia Krajicek {Green Horned Unicorn} said...

Such a cute and creative idea for an organizer! Love it :)

yyam said...

Just gorgeous Lisa. Brilliant idea, wonderfully executed! :)

Angi said...

This is sooo creative Lisa. Love!

Aliza said...

This is a really cool idea!