Days of the Week

I don’t know about you guys, but mornings are crazy around our house.  It seems like something always happens or comes up at the last minute.  I made these cute labels to help my daughter coordinate her outfits for the week.  She helps pick  out her clothes on Sunday. This way we don’t have to argue or take the time to figure out what she is going to wear that morning. If she wants to switch them out as the week goes along because of changes in the weather or if she just feels like it, all she has to do is swap the tags.  Now, don’t get me wrong, we don’t use these religiously, but when we do, this really does help.

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I used Super 77 to adhere the printed page to a  heavy card stock and then I laminated  and punched them.

I Hope this idea helps make your mornings just a little bit easier and maybe less hectic at your household.

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9 thoughts on “Days of the Week

  1. Mayra Rivera

    Hi! I just wanted to leave a note and say thank you for the printables…My daughter (12) found them on her own by way of Pinterest and printed them out last night because it would really help her stay organized. Thank you!!

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  2. six sisters

    This is so great. Every member of our family needs this. :) We loved having you link up to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” We hope you’ll be back with more great recipes! -The Sisters

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  3. Kristy

    What a fun idea! We go through some crazy mornings when my little one can’t find the perfect outfit!You have to look fabulous in first grade!!

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    1. Lorry

      These are great. I’m using them for my elderly mother who has Alzheimer. Would it be possible to get Saturday and Sunday done as beautifully as the rest of the week?

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