I told you I was making my Countdown House..and I did! I love so many things about this house, but the biggest is that I made it in 30 minutes and it will last for a few years. (And if it so happens that something happens to it, I can simply reprint!)
Once you get your prints back from being printed, first, (1) attach the back part of the countdown (part with activities/scriptures on them) to foam core with spray adhesive. I bought my foam core at Wal-mart for $1.40. Next, using an exacto knife, cut your house out (2). Take the front of your house and using an exacto knife, cut the windows and door. I made all of mine open bottom to top except windows 6,17, and 10 (open from right to left) (3), taking glue or a glue dot runner glue all around the door and windows and all over the back of the house (4) to get it prepared to stick on top of the activities. Turn it over, line up your corners and stick your house down. Using your fingers go around all the windows, door and the corners really well. Lastly, take a piece of leftover foam core and cut a rectangle. score (5) one side of the top 1/5 of the rectangle. (6) Glue the top part (small rectangle) and line up the bottom of the rectangle with the back of the board. Place the rectangle down and let the glue dry. You now have a stand for your board..and you are finished!
If you want to join me and my family as we make fun memories in December, click HERE to find the Christmas Countdown House!
Come back Monday for a cute button to put on your blog to show you are participating and don’t forget to pin and share on facebook! You are the best.
Now I want to hear from YOU! Are you doing the Countdown House? Which one?