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Its time to give you some fabulous weekend links and printables thanks to Executive Homemaker contributors. These are all free files that you can print out and have something fun to make.
1. Way To Go Chart (reward & chore chart) – Emily’s son turned three last week and my hope is that the terrible twos have hit the road. I formulated these charts for toddler age children, thus the minimal list for good behavior.
Emily made this behavior chart and is a graphic designer who loves to sew, crochet, doodle, play, and anything else that gives her a creative outlet.
Blog: The Rubber Punkin
2. Energy Conservation Checklist for Earth Day – Use this conservation checklist as a simple teaching tool to recognize the occasion and teach your children about developing good energy conservation habits.
Jennifer designed the check list and her blog is Scrapalicious Cereal. She’s a digital scrapbooking designer with a passion for creating joy-based thematic scrapping kits.
3. Chopsticks Cover – These chopstick covers will look great on your next Asian-themed or Oriental party. Or if you’re simply having an oriental lunch such as mine and you want to bring more life into your meal.
Issa created the chopstick cover and is a firm believer of using creativity in our everyday lives.
Join her at Issa Sarza: Creative Living and catch great ideas on how to live an inspiring and artistic life!
Janna Wilson is the creator of these gorgeous tags.She’s mama to three crazy-cute kiddos, wife to Scott, stitcher, jewelry maker, dreamer, wannabe painter, Sunday school teacher, and lover of ALL THINGS crafty!
I hope you have a lovely weekend and enjoy all that my other blog, Executive Homemaker has to offer. You’ll receive a free file with every post!