Because I know that some of you have the School Years kit, I wanted to share this tip with you. You know the sticky-back height chart that came in the kit? And you know how you can just stick it right on your wall and measure your child’s height and mark it from time to time?
If you should choose to not stick it on a wall … or if you’re like me and you stuck it on a wall, but it needed to come down … (we re-painted) … then here’s what you can do with it.
Cut 12-13 blocks of cardstock measuring about 4″ x 5.75″. One at a time, place them on the back of the long strip. Be sure to leave a small space between each block so that you can fold it, accordion-style.
Once it’s folded, you can then place this in your child’s scrapbook or wherever you want.
I am keeping the height chart in each respective child’s album, in those 12″ x 12″ memorabilia folders with pockets.
I have been getting a lot of questions, comments, e-mails about bringing back the School Years Kit. I would LOVE to! I just don’t know if and how and when. Know that I am working on that and I will keep you, my blog readers, posted with any and all updates right here.
I am hearing even more about the Project 365 kit. Trust me, I am working on figuring that one out too. I hear you. I’m with you. I’m doing the best I can to make that happen. And I hope to have more of an update soon.