#Best of DIY & an Easy DIY Antique Style School Chart

Welcome to the Best of DIY Event!  

I’ve been looking forward to this event for weeks!

DIY Projects

Buckle your seat belt, because today I’m teaming up with an amazing group of 24 other bloggers, and we’ve all created projects that YOU can DIY as well!

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Are you ready to see MY project for this event?!!!  

It is the easiest project in the world, is super inexpensive to make, and will usher Spring into your home!

 We’ve all been eagerly awaiting Spring, and I am overjoyed that it’s finally arrived.  To celebrate, I want to bring some spring indoors, while I’m waiting for my yard to green up.  I’ve had an antique style school chart hanging in my entryway for several years, so I decided it was time to swap it out for some new school charts that are perfect for Spring.

vintage school charts

It’s THE simplest project in the world, and the only supplies needed are:

1.  bird eggs printables (6 available free HERE) – (save images to your computer)

2.  thin wood scraps or 12″ wooden rulers (I used paint stir sticks)

3.  wood stain

4.  hot glue gun

5.  cotton twill tape or ribbon

Instructions:

1.  Get copies made – I wanted my school charts as large as possible – without spending a fortune, so I had them printed as ledger size pages (17″x11″) at Staples for about $1.20 each (there are 6 printables to choose from here).

bird eggs

2.  Stain wood stir sticks

repurposed paint stir sticks

3.  Hot glue wood strips to top and bottom of each print, then glue twill tape on each side of the top.

DIY school charts

How easy is that?!!  Aside from the time it takes to get the prints made, this is a 5 minute project!

vintage school charts

vintage school charts

I have many more antique book pages, and more than 50 antique maps that would also make wonderful school charts.  You’ll find them all HERE.

 school chart

You’ll find more Easy and Inexpensive DIY Projects HERE.

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Now it’s time to take a look at the projects created by the rest of the #BestofDIY team!  Just click on any image below to visit their DIY project!

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Comments

  1. Angie,
    I LOVE your Antique Style School Charts and those eggs are perfect for Easter being right around the corner. Thank you again so much for coordinating this fabulous Best of Diy Party and have a wonderful weekend, Lisa at Concord Cottage

  2. How lovely and simple! Want to try. How do you get the pics to Staples for printing? Do you take your laptop along? Email them? I really do enjoy your blog. Thanks for the beautiful printables.

  3. I am seriously in love with anything birds. These are perfect for my home right now. Thanks for the tutorial and for organizing the party!
    Pinned 🙂

  4. So clever Angie, I love it!

  5. Angie, Thanks so much for including me in this fabulous group of diy’ers! And for all the work you put into this. You really made it easy for all of us and I am very very thankful!!!
    I am making these little school chart egg pictures. What a delightful and creative idea! And they are sooooo easy to make! Pinning and featuring your project on fb! Thanks, again!

  6. These.Are.Awesome!

  7. Wow! What an awesome project! Those charts are awesome!

  8. LOVE, love, love this, Angie! Thanks for the link to the free printables and thank you for putting together this awesome tour! 🙂

  9. Love these Angie! The eggs are so pretty.

  10. I love old bird prints, Angie…and this is such a cute way to display them! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Gilmer Gal says:

    What fun! Thanks so much for all the creative ideas

  12. Well, that was well worth the wait and anticipation, I must say! Your sweet egg charts are absolutely the perfect way to bring spring cheer inside! And I think hanging them in an entrance-way would be perfect so that everyone entering your home could experience a spot of spring cheer! Is there a certain type of paper that is best for this project, Angie?

  13. I love this project! It’s perfect for spring or Easter and I can see myself making other versions for different seasons.

    Thanks so much for coordinating this fun party!

  14. I have a thing for eggs! And your vintage school charts are the cutest! Happy Spring

  15. I absolutely LOVE this project. It looks so high-end but is so easy, especially because you so kindly supply the lovely prints. Thanks!

  16. Thank you so very much!

  17. I love these, Angie! It’s amazing that all those bird’s eggs are each so unique! Thanks for putting this all together! XO

  18. Angie, you always find the best vintage graphics and I love how you’ve used them in this fabulous project. I’ve really enjoyed checking out all the amazing bloggers on #BestofDIY. Can’t thank you enough for all you’ve done in putting this together.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

  19. Love this Angie! So pretty and clever too! Thanks so much for organizing this tour!

  20. I love these – I need to make some of these!

  21. Those are great Angie! I love that you used the paint stir sticks! What a creative project.

    Nancy

  22. Angie, I like the simplicity of this fabulous idea of a project. That is truly the best of diy. Simple to make with easy things to find and looks fab! Great tour and thank you for all your hard work putting everything together. Jeanette

  23. Angie,
    I love this! I used to have some fabric very similar to these prints. My creative brain is thinking of how I can use these in my home. Thanks for sharing something so quick and easy to make!

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