You know that quote about the best laid plans…. Hmm. Me either. Something about how they don’t work out so well? Or something. Well anyway, today I am rethinking my blog. I think where I get hung up is that I think every post needs to be AWESOME. Like a huge awesome tutorial that will blow your mind. Or a super-awesome-never-been-done-before series ofย 50 cookies. Or a big fun giveaway. But you know what? Every post doesn’t need to be like that. So I’m starting today and I’m turning over a new leaf. I will still have the tutorials, and I will still have crazy-fun giveaways, but in between– you’re going to get posts like this.
So I had the best idea. The BEST, I tell you. I wanted to do a post where I showed you 100 things you can do with a rectangle cookie cutter. Yes, you heard me right. ONE HUNDRED. So I sat down with my kids and we made a list. We got to about 85 or 86, and figured it was good. I could think of the rest while I was decorating. I got out my trusty rectangle cookie cutter set and got to work.
I made a name tag:
A lunch bag:
A puppet that you can make when you recycle your lunch bag:
A chalkboard, Green Version:
And black version:
(Are you sensing a theme here? I told you my kids helped! They’re elementary school students. They do what they know.)
A piece of notebook paper:
A traffic light; Plain version:
And a license plate from the great state of Idaho:
And then my life went crazy.
We got about a 10th of the way there!! I would really like to finish it someday, but these pictures have been waiting to be posted for more than six months. So here they are. No fancy fanfare.ย Just some rectangle cookies, and a wish for a happy, fun weekend for all of you!ย Happy Friday!