Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Remembering Our Word

Did you ever pick your word for 2009?? My friend Holly liked the idea so much she challenged each of her sisters and her mom to come up with their own word as well. She's meeting them in Seattle for some girl's time this weekend and wanted to make a block for each of them with their word on it to display in their home. She had the general idea what she wanted them to look like and we purchased the wood and vinyl, Jen cut the wood for us, and we finished them up today. As a thank you, Holly made me one as well. We loved the way they turned out!

As for me, I'm hoping this sign will help me to remember to simplify because, well, haven't been doing so well on that one lately. Sheesh.

11 comments:

becky said...

That is perfect. You should sell them! I would buy one in a heart beat. Seriously.

Jcochran said...

They did turn out great! Good work and I may have to steal the idea! Jen :> ps the guest room turned out awesome!

Chocolate on my Cranium said...

Another fabulous idea from you!

At Home In Georgia said...

Those are soooo pretty. That is my word but I haven't been sticking to it either....soon!

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

They are perfect, and I think it's a good reminder for us to remember what we were working on a month ago! It gets forgotten so quickly.

Ruth Ann said...

I agree, you should sell them! I'd definitely buy one! Stop over to my blog...I gave you an award! Have a great day!
-Ruth Ann

My Ice Cream Diary said...

Where are they meeting in Seattle? I might have to crash their party and swipe one of these lovely boards for myself. ;)

Jenn said...

What a fun project. Looks mighty nice. Love, love your guest room.

Ashlee said...

those are so cute!

TheReader23 said...

Ditto with the other comments. You should surely sell these!!!

Our Complete Family said...

I know, I know...haven't been sticking to my word either.
Jason just left for a six month stint so my word might be a challenge!!! ;)
Love the way the signs turned out. They are darling and the girls will sure love them!
Hugs, Les