Research says women are taught that they aren’t ‘good at numbers.’ I was about to introduce this blog post by saying “I am not really fantastic at math” and decided against it. I am fine at math… In fact, I got A’s in my advanced statistics classes in my Masters but oddly a D the first time I took statistics in my Undergraduate degree – go figure. Not sure what happened there (bad teacher obvi). Math is one of those things though that people loving saying “I suck at math.” Whether you are great at math, okay at math or don’t have a head for figures – you will like my roundup of Number related DIY projects today. No math involved (in most cases, anyway).
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Make your own number transfers (the outcomes are endless!).
Tutorial can be found on the Painted Hive (along with lots of other fab projects).
Friggin’ awesome number pinatas (man Jordan is so cool).
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Have a thing for a certain number? Tissue paper it up.
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Create your own typographic retro-ized poster (if ya want).
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Now – I wish these numbers were a wee bit bigger but I love this idea…. (anything that encourages learning via osmosis)
Spotted on Domestic Adventure
Love this project for those with kids who want to keep their magnetic surfaces fashionable.
Spotted on Max and Me
This cool thread and nail number six has so much potential beyond a table number!
Spotted on Design Curiosities
I really adore this handmade woodland birthday card “1″ – I think it could be turned into some magical art for your home. Or mine more specifically.
Spotted on The PauHause
I have featured this project before but it deserves a second run.
Spotted on Papernstitch
Enjoy DIY bitches! (sorry relatives)Pin It