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FHE Assignment Charts - Option 1

12.04.2009










 

Directions:
1.
Click on chart with the number of members in your family for download. Follow directions and download to your computer.
2. Crop black and white photos of your family to 2.5" squares (for 4, 5 and 6 member families) and 2.25" squares (for 7 and 8 member families).
3. Print chart as a 12x12" photo at your local Costco 1 hr photo (for $2.99) or online at Scrapbookpictures.com (for $1.99 + shipping) . You must have a Costco membership to use their photo services. 
4. Take printed chart and photo squares to be laminated at your local copy center.
5. Punch holes in top of chart and tie ribbon through to hang on wall.
6. Affix photos to chart with blue poster tack. Rotate each week as needed.
 

7 Way Righteous Comments:

jenn said...

emilie, those are adorable! so classy looking and so functional. i love them! i can't wait to make mine. :) thanks for all of the great ideas!

Anonymous said...

is it possible to change the color of the page that has the specific number you need?

Cari said...

so very nice, thank you for sharing.

Jennyanne said...

Thank you! Easy and simple.

Tracy said...

Thank you for sharing these! I've gotten so many compliments on mine and have shared your link with others.

fhelessons said...

These are so cute! I am planning a round up of FHE charts for a future post on my blog: http://fhelessons.wordpress.com
I would like to include yours! Could I use one of your photos in my post? I would link back to you. Thanks!

lindsey campbell said...

These are so super cute!! Such a good idea!

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