Can I just say I L-O-V-E the WW hungry monster...
So, so cute! I love it. Found your post because you were linked in this month's mini album class on the education board. I'm guiltier than your kids about leaving bits of paper around! I love how you used the googley eyes and rain drops!
What a simply fabulous idea.....and I MEAN it I have five kids!;)
Project - Themed Projects :Mini Album: Mini Monster Notebook
<p>"MOM - what is the pass word to my account at Cartoon Network?"</p>
<p>"MOM - do you remember that cheat code I had on a slip of paper somewhere around the computer?"</p>
<p>The answer is no.</p>
<p>No I do not remember your code, pass word or know where your notes about where a secret portal might be. And I am tired of the post it notes and torn off sheets of paper with random codes written on them all around, on and under the family computer. SO, I made this very simple mini album to help us ALL.</p>
<p>I have had this Cosmo Cricket black board journal for ages….</p>
<p>I liked it but didn't really have a plan of what to do with it.</p>
<p>Then I saw an ad for Weight Watchers and the Hungry Monster.</p>
<p>It was a clear jump from that commercial to a Mini Monster journal for my boys to keep by the computer.</p>
<p>Most of what I used were from my box of scraps and left over embellishments.</p>
<p> <u><strong>Items Used:</strong></u></p>
<p>Cosmo Cricket Happy Blackboard album</p>
<p>monster die cuts</p>
<p>Another cool feature about this mini album I used is that it can stand up open - almost like a flip chart - so the kids can see it well while at the computer. Of course, we will fill in their user names and passwords after I post this:) </p>
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