Hello! It’s Jen and Jodie from Eighteen25 back to share another fun project today. Now you are probably thinking this must be a really difficult thing for us since, this is our second project that is supposed to help you remember everyone’s birthday. Please tell us you are in the same boat? I actually love this project because it’s super easy and really cute. DIY Recipe Box Birthday Calendar!
Here’s what you need to make this fun DIY Recipe Box Birthday Calendar:
- Jen Hadfield Home + Made Wood Recipe Box
- Jen Hadfield Home + Made Metal Labels
First, write on one of the labels that comes in the Metal Labels package. We wrote Birthdays but you could use it for recipes, meal planning, coupons or lots of different things. Then, position your label and metal plate where you want it and screw in both the little screws.
We assigned each divider a month and used the note cards to write who’s birthday was in each month. You could even make notes on what to get them or their wishlists.
Isn’t the Gold + White + Wood just perfect together!
We even thought it would make the perfect birthday gift for someone. Wrap it up in cellophane with a big bow and you’re sure to make somebody very happy!
You may need a birthday present idea now right? Here’s a fun one… our Pocket Change. Just what everyone needs. 🙂 Find all the details HERE.
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Have a GREAT day!
MacKenzie Hale says
Where can I purchase the DIY birthday box??
I’m wondering if there isn’t a way to do this and still be able to eat the cranberries? Maybe with toothpicks? And at the end of the party you just slice the wreath and each guest takes a slice home? It’s just that I hate wasting food, plus cranberries, if I manage to find any fresh ones, are horribly expensive in France…
It looks terribly pretty, but I’m wondering if there isn’t a way to do this and still be able to eat the cranberries? Maybe with toothpicks? And at the end of the party you just slice the wreath and each guest takes a slice home? It’s just that I hate wasting food, plus cranberries, if I manage to find any fresh ones, are horribly expensive in France…
HI! Where can I purchase these Jen Hadfield products? Thanks!
What an amazing idea, and I love that it looks so vintage! I bet you can do this with all sorts of things!
Trina and Tina says
What a genius idea! Never forget a birthday again! Thanks for the idea!