A Growth Chart For Multi-Children Homes

A Growth Chart For Multi-Children Homes

Sarah Rae Smith
Jun 1, 2011

Growth charts are wonderful things and after our children are grown, they can serve as a tearful reminder that they were once only 38" tall and not yet making your auto insurance payments skyrocket. But what if you have multiple children? You could easily end up with a full room of just growth charts of days gone by. Instead, keep one chart and just add the kids! Ready to see the final look? Well right this way:

Over at Twirling Betty there's been some crafting afoot. With multiple children she wanted to create a growth chart that would work for all of them over the years.

This simple chart by the time it's finished has had the edges sewn, been stamped, embroidered and ready for small hang tags that will act as markers for each measuring. On each tag goes your child's name, the date and how tall they are. They're added to the chart with brads and there they'll stay. It's a super fun project that will make a beautiful keepsake down the road as well.

Check out the full tutorial and all the details at Twirling Betty

(Image: Twirling Betty)

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