I help out from time to time as he goes through the process. I ran across an old Pepsi White Board, never used. I asked it I could have it do what I want with it. I don't think he realized what I was about to do.
I looked at the white board for a week or so before I decided I just wanted to have a little fun. Little Honey needed a summer reading log that was bright, fun, and functional. So here we go.
(click on any photo for better details)The board is 23" x 16". A nice size. Let's see if I can tell you everything involved. The main paper line is from Simple Stories, 100 Days of Summer. I've never used their paper before and I just love it! I did use Bo Bunny Double Dot for my "lines." I've just purchased Bo Bunny's Double Dot and I'm dying to dive in.
I added the buttons and created paper lines to log her books. She will read/listen to more than what there are lines, but it's a cool beginning. Doesn't it just take on the feel of a great adventure?
Have you started or finished your mini-book? Check out this POST (click) to find details about D's Paper Studio May challenge and Bo Bunny's generous giveaway.
Have a Crafty Day
Gratitude List1. book money coming together for Jay
2. knowing Foxie
3. my daughter's in-laws
4. fun weekend with my Hannah
5. my daughters, Tab, Nessa, and Stephanie who are great mothers
6. God's gift to me of my mother