“Page” – February’s Monthly Unplugged Project

By , February 1, 2011 11:01 am

Wow, it is February already and time for a new Monthly Unplugged Project theme!  The theme for February will be:


For more information on how to join in with the Unplugged Project, you can read up on it here.  You have until March 1st to post a link to your project (or a description of your project in the comments for non-bloggers).

I have also recently added a list of all past Unplugged Project themes with links to each post.  Check it out if you want a little inspiration in your life.

I hope many of you will join in this month!

(Please only link to “page”-related projects. In an effort to keep this a useful resource, I will have to remove unrelated links, no matter how nice your website.)

5 Responses to ““Page” – February’s Monthly Unplugged Project”

  1. Ann says:

    We enjoyed making some food that Laura Ingalls Wilder made. We had already read her entire series of child/teen books last year, so making food that was in the Little House recipe book was a fun way to further learn about Laura and the type of food she would have eaten.


  2. CelticMommy says:

    Mine is very loosely a “page” craft, but it was inspired by yours, so I hope it’s okay! :-)

  3. Mom Unplugged says:

    Wow, awesome project! I love it…and of course it’s OK! That’s what I am here for (or try to be here for).

  4. Deanne says:

    I love this! For page we searched for free custom crosswords. I created one with our family, pets,and recent activities. We completed it in record time, and created another.. My 6 year old is now creating his own boxes, with words, and telling clues. We are inspired by your broad catagories! Thank you for your work!

  5. Mom Unplugged says:

    What a nice comment Deanne, you absolutely made my day! Thank you! I am so glad you did a “page” project with your son and that you both enjoyed it. Crosswords are a brilliant interpretation of the the theme! I’ll have a new theme up on March 1st and I hope you’ll enjoy that one too.

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