Magnet Chore Chart: Making Chores Fun

This fun chore chart is one any kid can get excited about, I know mine are! 
Who doesn't like to play with magnets?
I used this Glass Magnet tutorial along with this Printable Chore Chart to make my DIY magnet chore chart. I found the panels at my local craft store (Michaels) and just used dry erase markers to write. It's as simple as that!

Bunting Cake Topper

This was really fun to make, and everything cost me less than $10! I made this one for my baby-shower and it turned out great!

What you will need:
Freezer Paper
Bunting Banner Template - Welcome Baby
Bamboo Skewers
Hot glue gun or E6000 (I used hot glue)
Jute Twine
Sewing Needle
Heat'n Bond Adhesive or Double sided scrapbooking tape (I used tape)
Lace Ribbon (optional)

I bought a sheet of burlap in the scrapbooking section of my local craft store (Michaels). I used these instructions How To Print On Burlap.
Once printed, iron the adhesive or place tape on the inside of the burlap flags and fold the sheets in half starting at the long ends of the triangles (to double the burlap). Be sure to leave a small opening on top to slide the needle and twine through. Then cut out each triangle. (I apologize that I do not have pictures of this).
Next take your needle and thread the twine through your flags.
Grab your Bamboo skewers and either glue the ends of the twine or tie them off. Then make your bow out of the ribbon and glue onto skewers. Viola!
Optional: Take the two flags without any writing and adhere the lace ribbon on both font and back, cut out and add to banner. 

Babyshower Ideas

Centerpiece Picture Frames 
I decided to go the DIY route with most of my decorations and games for my baby-shower. I found that I have saved a lot of money doing so. I bought these small white picture frames (3x3) at my local craft store (Michaels). I took the glass out and replaced it with with cut out burlap and used my E6000 glue to adhere these beautiful paper/fabric flowers (Hobby Lobby). 

Birthday Prediction Game 
I found a lot of these on Etsy that were really cute but I couldn't get myself to spend the $10 when I could make one more of my taste and for less. I created my calendar and printed it off (I went to the UPS store) on one of the two 12x12 size scrapbook papers I bought, and glue sticked them to a thin piece of cardboard (I used a cereal box). If you can find cute poster-board paper that you like then more power to you. You don't have to take the extra steps I did.
I then proceeded by gluing some lace ribbon across the top and bottom of my calendar and hot glued my paper/fabric flowers (same ones as above) for my finishing touch. I purchased baby feet stickers for my guest to place on the date they predict and write their name along the sticker. I plan to use this not only for a fun game but also as my guest book alternative. I think it will be something cute that I can hang up in her nursery later.