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The perfect way to measure your little ones growth!! No mess on the walls, easily moves with you to your next home, and a perfect way to add a little rustic charm. With having sold over 1,000 of these beautiful growth charts now, you can trust in receiving a product that you will be proud to display for many years. Check out our awesome customer reviews and feedback for peace of mind in purchasing from Kates Little Shop :-) **QUICK DESCRIPTION: 6ft tall x 5.5in wide – Hinged in the middle for LOWEST SHIPPING on Etsy – Hand Painted and Sealed for lifetime beauty – Choose your Font (pic 3) and Stain preference – Can ship in 2 – 3 business days if Rush my Order is added. **MEASUREMENTS: The board is 6 feet tall and 5.5 inches wide. It is typically made to measure up to 6.5 feet tall, but just leave us a note if you would like it to hang and measure up to a different height. **FINISH: Stain Choices in Picture 2 are Left to Right: Red Oak (1st), Dark Walnut (2nd), Early American (3rd) and Golden Oak (4th). These are great quality, solid wood boards. Each board is cut in half, sanded, stained and sealed for protection. The boards are connected with a stainless steel hinge which allows us to SHIP THEM MUCH CHEAPER. Hanging hardware and wall protecting bumpers are included. Just make sure to hang 6 INCHES FROM THE GROUND :) **PERSONALIZATION & FONT: These are HAND PAINTED. NO VINYL LETTERING OR LINES. If you choose to have personalization on your chart you may choose from the 14 FONT CHOICES IN PICTURE 3. Please make sure to put what name(s) you would like on the chart in the note to seller at checkout. **EXTRA INFO: ALL MY ITEMS INCLUDE SHIPPING INSURANCE AND TRACKING INFO !! Please message me with any questions or special requests. Please also note I am working with real wood, there may be minor variations in the wood and shade of stain. ♥NEED THIS ITEM IN A HURRY AS A CHRISTMAS OR BIRTHDAY GIFT? ADD THIS TO YOUR ORDER AND IT WILL SHIP IN 2 BUSINESS DAYS. https://www.etsy.com/listing/150543978/rush-my-order?ref=shop_home_active_1 ♥DONT FORGET TO PURCHASE A BLACK PAINT MARKER TO TRACK YOUR CHILDS GROWTH! —> https://www.etsy.com/listing/223831167/painter-medium-point-paint-marker-growth? ♥ ♥LOOKING FOR OUR PREMIUM 7 1/4 WIDE RULER? ITS ONLY $5.00 MORE! https://www.etsy.com/listing/246117099/giant-ruler-premium-wide-ruler-giant?ref=shop_home_active_2 **INTERNATIONAL BUYER PLEASE READ!!!** The shipping fee that you are charged to ship this item is strictly a shipping fee! It covers only the cost of the actual item to be shipped from our facility in the United States to the address you provide at checkout. We do not know all the taxes and fees that apply to every country and are not responsible for any type of tax or fee when your item is delivered. All our items are covered with insurance and packed professionally with no additional cost to you. Once an item leaves the United States I have no way of tracking it other than the same tracking info that will be sent to you. I appreciate all your business and understanding on this subject.
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Bathroom Organization – 9 Easy DIY Projects that are inexpensive and easy to complete. Many require no tools, just some creativity!
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Cinder blocks may used as the material for load-bearing walls or in the foundation of a house, but their sturdy, heavy composition and stackable design also make them usable in many DIY projects around the house. Look at this humdrum building material in a new light by checking out these 13 smart uses for cinder blocks.
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DIY projects are one of the best ways to recycle your old stuff. If you don’t feel like selling or donating the stuff you’ve accumulated in your home, there are so many beautiful crafts you can create and show off to your family and friends. The best part is, you save a ton of money! …
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Mason jars are one of my favorite things. I’m usually a pretty frugal gal, but put me in an antique store with vintage jars, and I go a bit gaga. There are just so many things you can do with them! These are some of my favorite projects that I’ve found around the internet, rangingKeep Reading
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Yeah!! I am on Week 11 and I am so excited to be almost fully completed! My organization challenge has really changed so many things in our home and the way we do things. This week’s challenge was our Command Center. Even though we are limited in space I sill needed a center location …
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With our population rising, many of us are living in smaller and smaller apartments. To make the most out of your living space, well be featuring 37 Cool Small Apartment Design Ideas like smart room dividers, furniture and decor ideas to make your small or tiny apartment looks cool and sophisticated!
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For the decoration lovers, here is an idea for decorating the home in a unique way with the repurposed wood pallet planter in which the flower of different colors can be placed for the appealing look. There are 3 layers in the planter and as many planters can be created as required for the decoration.
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So many of you reached out to me after my post on Friday. Thank you so much for all your kind words. I had taken a break from being online the last three days and it has done a world of good to me. Really appreciate all the support and love. Lately I’ve been wanting to…Read More »
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It might be the new year or the scary thought of returning to my full time job, but Im feeling very anxious about getting organized these days. I have a filing cabinet in the craft room and a couple of drawers that I use in the kitchen for important papers but, given the amount of things I lose, this system clearly isnt working for me. I think a lot of us are in the same paper-filled boat because Ive been seeing lots of sites with great command centers lately. Location. Location. Location. I love the idea of having a central place in my kitchen for all the bits and pieces and paperwork that seems to float all over my house. Ive tried using the office but the mail and important things never seem to make it down to the filing cabinet. And if I actually put the paperwork in the office/craft room immediately, I forget all about it and things get missed. Besides, dont most of us spend a big chunk of our time in or near the kitchen? Which is why Im toying with the idea of a kitchen command center of my very own. This thought sent me on a journey through the blogosphere and Pinterest to get some ideas for command centers that might work for our family. There are so many great ideas out there that I had trouble limiting my research. Sometimes I get so lost in looking at pretty pictures that I dont get much else done. Ive rounded up a few of my favorites for inspiration and to share with all of you. UPDATE- Ive added affiliate links to each idea for your convenience if you want to get started building your own command center! See our disclosure policy here. This command center from Domestic Imperfection is one of my favorites. Simple, easy, and the baskets are so adorable. The backing for the framed map is magnetic so you can pin calendars, notes, and information on the board. So clever. Im super fond of yellow at the moment and this center from The Homes I Have Made drew me in because the colors make it so darn cute. Dont you just love the bunting at the top? And those pretty baskets? And the yellow board with sticky notes is pretty awesome. I use sticky notes a lot and I like the thought of using them in a center. Once youve completed the task or project, you just toss the note. How easy is that? Stacy at Not Just a Housewife has used a blank wall beside the fridge I like how clean and organized it looks because as much as Id like the center to be near a door, I just dont have the space for that at either entrance. That slotted mail holder would hold a lot of paper. And we make a lot of paper. Oh boy, do I love this center from Better Homes and Gardens. Im starting to see a theme here….if theres something aqua or turquoise Im drawn in like a bee to honey. I wish I had the space for this. Sigh. Tons of functional space here with a built in desk and a little nook and some great desk organizers. So pretty. And that chair. Love it! Heres a great idea for a small space from Two Twenty One using just the inside of a cabinet door. Weve all got clothes pins laying around and this is a great way to put them to use organizing paper work. Clever and easily concealed, too. The Caldwell Project has the most perfect command center as far as Im concerned with wall mounted organization that makes space for everything. Theres even a separate space for keys, magazines, and cell phones. Wow! I long to be this organized. Achieving Creative Order also has a space for everything in her super organized center. Dont you just love that little bucket that holds all the pens and markers? Hmmmm…..might be a bit tempting to Liam though. The last time he got a hold of some markers from my craft room he required a bath in the middle of the day. Im pretty fond of the sleek and stylish center from One Creative Housewife, too. I dont think even I could mess that one up. I found this little gem on Pinterest but cant seem to find the original source. If anyone recognizes it, let me know and Ill be sure to credit the author. I love the table and and the signs as well as all the different spaces for belongings and papers. And that cute key that actually holds keys? Adorable! I think this center is in an entry way which sounds so practical but I just dont have the space for that. Unless Im willing to give up my foyer. Im not. I like decorating the foyer for the changing seasons way too much to let it become a command center. As for me, Im currently using the Shove it in a basket or drawer system. Keepin it real, yall. Along with the ever popular pile it on a shelf or in a corner. Now that were all clear that I live a cluttered and chaotic life you can see why a command center is such a sweet idea for me. I cant help but wonder, however, if people actually use them and they stay that neat and clean in the long haul. Because every system Ive put together has been a total fail so far. Do you use a command center? Have you kept it organized? //
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