2. Share our button or party link in your post or wherever you share your linky parties.
I must say, I love how they came out too! 🙂
Miss P seemed to enjoy them as well!
We would work on the letter name, sound, and say the name of the picture as well.
She repeated and collected each card after she said it properly.
Download the flashcards below.
There are 7 sheets total to print for the full set.
I designed them as 8×10 prints with 4 cards per sheet.
Print them off and cut them apart. Easy!
I would suggest printing them on thicker card stock paper so they hold up and even laminate them if you can.
You can even print them on front and back if you want.
Hope your little ones enjoy these!
Also check out the other flashcard printables I have created.
On my printer, I chose the full size option AND Shrink to fit but play with the settings for your own printer so make sure the design isn’t cut off.
Download a copy for yourself below!
Check out my project and then you can check out what the other bloggers have created at the bottom of the post.
I had no idea what I wanted to make until I remembered that I have been wanting to make a growth chart FOREVER now for the girls so this was the perfect time to make it!
I knew I was going to paint it white so I didn’t care about the knots in the wood so I bought a cheaper board. This was only $10.
If you want to stain your chart, you can buy a piece of pine for a little more money.
Then used a piece of tack cloth to remove any particles before coating it with a coat of oil base primer. I gave two coats to the front side of the board to ensure that the knots didn’t shine through.
I then used Valspar Ultra-White paint in a semi-gloss for the final coats. Again, giving it two coats on the front for a nice, clean finish.
I placed a measuring tape along the side I wanted the ruler on and grabbed a pencil.
I made each line 1 in long and then the foot marks I made them 1 in and a half.
I made my first Foot mark 6 inches on the board.
Our baseboards are 3 inches tall and I wanted the board slightly above it.
When I hang it on the wall, I will make sure the 1 ft. line is at exactly 1 ft from the ground.
I used some vinyl to cut out their names and an ampersand symbol and applied it to the top of the board.
I was debating on what I was going to do… cut a vinyl design and apply it or hand paint something on it and then while browsing Target, I spotted this wall decal and knew I wanted to use it!
Then the numbers were another great debate! I wanted small wood or chip board letters but couldn’t find ANY small enough to work. I found these Thickers Stickers also at Target and they actually had numbers along with the letters so it was perfect. I like that they are raised off the board a little and they are slightly glittery. Plus, the pinks match perfectly!
Time to apply the decal.
I started at the bottom of the board and worked my way to the top.
it was, I just took it off and replace it with another piece.
I then stopped the design just below their names.
I can’t wait to get it up on the wall… once I figure out where to hang it in this darn house. We have such an open floor plan and so many windows that wall space is limited.
But I plan on going back and adding all of their measurements from when they were babies and from here on out.
Be sure to check out all the other fabulous Number ideas from the #CreativeBuzz Bloggers!
Each blogger has picked one of their favorite crafting tools to give to ONE lucky winner (AND IT COULD BE YOU!!!!)
We have everything from washi tape, to chalk paint, to baker’s twine, to sharpies! Everything a crafter’s heart could desire!!!!
I love vinyl!
You can do so much with it and apply it to so many different things.
Walls, cups, wood, clothing, cars… you can apply it!
I even use vinyl a lot to make stencils for painting projects!
Can’t go wrong with a colorful sheets of vinyl!
Want to see what else if up for grabs?!
-crayons from Thirty Handmade Days
-fun markers and pens from Delia Creates
-glitter glue from eighteen 25
– fabric paint from One Krieger Chick
-Pick three colors of paper straws from Capturing Joy with Kristen Duke
-Fun ribbons and trims from Sweet Charli
-mystery bundle of fabric from Sugar Bee Crafts
-embroidery set from Flamingo Toes
-vinyl pack from A Glimpse Inside
-mini instagram album from Making the World Cuter
-Martha Stewart fringe scissors from Dolen Diaries
-decorative scotch tape from Bombshell Bling
-bias tape from Melly Sews
-circle punch from My Sister’s Suitcase
-glitter pack from R & R workshop
-iron on heat transfer from design, dining and diapers
-glitter tape from SNAP
-metallic painter markers from A Little Tipsy
-random fun craft supplies from Craft-o-Maniac
-rainbow washi from Pretty Providence
-Paper to Petal handmade flower book from kiki & company
-manila tags and doiles from Smashed Peas and Carrots
-Craft Paint and foam bushes from Simply Designing
– superhero beads from twin dragonfly designs
-Rit Dye from The Creative Mom
-styrofoam from Mad in Crafts
-Duck brand prize pack from The Country Chic Cottage
-scrapbook paper and sharpie from Simple Simon and Co
– patterned treat bags from Girl Loves Glam
-Paper trimmer from Ucreate
-Washi Tape from Keeping it Simple
-Craft odds and ends from Made to be Momma
-Americana Chalk paint and varnish from I Should be Mopping the Floor
– cute embroidery scissors from Rae Gun Ramblings