“Hangerdoos” – A Little Way To Send A Big Message

Please. Do not adjust your computer monitor. Your eyes are not deceiving you…today’s post IS largely in BLACK and WHITE.  I decided to go with a “retro” feel to the blog today….just for fun!

Not really. I just forgot to buy COLORED PAPER like I’ve been trying to remember to do for a week!  ugh.  And today’s post really does kinda cry out for color…but we’re going to do like Barney the big purple dinosaur says and use our I M A G I N A T I O N today! :-)

But I’m getting ahead of myself. You are probably wondering just what I am blathering on about. Well, let me tell you. I’m blathering about these fun, ready-to-print, hanging door signs from a company called “Hangerdoos” that are available as a quick download to your PC. Just pick one of HUNDREDS of fun ideas to print and personalize, then go crazy with them! Which is sort of what I did. But I had so much fun doing it!

I would have KILLED for a couple of these hangers when my kids were little! :-)

 

One of THESE too!

 

Babysitter coming over for the evening? Leave one of these Hangeroos in a place in the kitchen where is CAN’T be missed!

 

Surprise the kids when they go to get milk for their cereal in the morning with a Family Fun Night menu! Their choice! (But they can only pick ONE!)

 

 

Put a little note for your kids where they are SURE to see it! Right on the front of the XBOX console! ;-) (Well ok….maybe that’s just MY kids.)

 

You can put these babies just about ANYWHERE! Even on the rim of a dirty cup that the kids have left in their bedroom! (Maybe THIS particular note SHOULD have said, “Take your dishes to the kitchen sink!”) lol

 

Are there some important things for the kids to remember this week? A simple “Weekly Goals” reminder such as this one right next to the bathroom mirror can keep them on task throughout the week.

 

Send the kids off to school with a good shot of POSITIVE THINKING! So simple, yet makes such a difference!

 

Enough of this KID stuff! What about some fun ADULT stuff? Hangerdoos has tons of fun, mushy, love stuff too! Leave this note for your significant other to find when they’re getting ready in the morning and I promise he won’t be able to think of anything else all day long! ;-)

 

The top of this picture got cut off but it says “Plan A Date Night”. Budget is pre-determined with the attached bill…which requires some creativity…but aren’t those the most fun dates after all? :-)

 

This one is guaranteed to bring a smile to his face while he’s getting ready for the day. (Of course if your KIDS see it…be prepared for what my 12 year old son said when he saw it today….”Ewww…..GROSS!”) hehe

 

Did you do something (or DIDN’T do something) that landed you in “hot water” with your significant other? Help cool things down with this hanger printed with two simple words.

 

Lastly, the perfect Hangeroo to hang up in your office somewhere! Love it!

 

That was literally just a tiny sampling of a huge collection of these unique display messages. Hangerdoos offer three unique collections with a variety of messages.

The Family collection offers sports, reminders, jokes, foreign languages, goal setting, love, caring thoughts and much more.

The Romance group features signs with date night invitations, romantic activities, poetry, “homework” for couples, humor, photo frames and many more.

The Education assortment, gives teachers and students a new way to learn basic skills, letters, numbers, math, reading, science, or to study U.S. presidents, states, and flags.

For more information and to find out how to purchase:  Hangerdoos.com

View a product demonstration: YouTube Video

And before you go….be sure and leave a comment below to enter to win ALL THREE COLLECTIONS!

We want to know YOUR best idea for using Hangeroos!

 

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Comments

  1. Heather C says

    It is so hard to pin down one way to best use these. As a wife, busy mom, and a teacher, the possibilities are endles. I would probably use them for simple love notes to my hubby. This is a great giveaway! Thanks!

  2. Lauralee says

    Now retired and living alone, these would be good motivators around the house to kick me into action . . . “Time for a Walk!”, “Load the Dishwasher,” “Take A Little Time To Read,” “Buy Groceries!” etc. Fun to make a set for the Grandkids too!

  3. heather says

    I love the idea of using them to pass quick note to the kids – especially since they don’t have their own cell phones – texting is out!

  4. Billie says

    I think I need to leave these for my kids in the morning. Sort of like a treasure hunt of things that need to be done before school. They in turn could leave them for me with my chores for the day (dishes, laundry, walk, dust, vacuum.) Off to look and see what I can come up with.

  5. Marilyn says

    Love all of them, such a awesome idea. So glad I found you on Facebook. Thanks for all your wonderful ideas!!

  6. Vicky says

    These are AWESOME! Lots of ideas running through my head….the teacher in me sees them used in my classroom for students and parents, sending them home for upcoming events to be placed where both will remember them! As a mommy, I would so use these with me 1st grader! She is really into reading everything she sees and I would have her read the house to practice, leave her notes, and have her pick the activities for the evening. They would be great for leaving tips for those that provide services for us (car wash attendants, a surprise for the hairdresser, etc). Definitely as notes for the hubbs! I could even see printing them out in black and white, and having a coloring party, then laminating the ones I would use repeatedly. They are truly be a family friendly message system!

  7. says

    I’d use one of these to hang on the front door so my husband remembers to take the trash out on his way to work in the morning! I’d also use them (in a few years) as a fun way to help my daughter practice reading! Because who wouldn’t want to read the little notes left by your mum or dad? In fact, I’d probably give her a stack to put around the house with her own notes on them, so she can practice writing too!

  8. Lynn Ellison says

    Hi, Jillee!

    I am a wife, mother, and teacher; so I, too, could use ALL of the Hangerdoos collections that you reviewed. Although I can think of MILLIONS (well–maybe not MILLIONS–but pretty close :p ) of ways that I could use this product, the first way that comes to mind is that I would create Hangeroos to remind myself of things that I’m likely to forget to do. For instance, a “Got Keys?” sign on the back door will remind me to check my purse for my keys BEFORE I go flying out the door (which, out of habit, always stays in the “Locked” position). (It has happened more than once!) Another thing that I would do is to print a stack of “Remember To . . . ” Hangerdoos to for home and for work, to hang on my purse. (A PostIt note on the purse is my current method of reminding myself–when at home–of things that I need to do at school, and vice versa. A Hangerdoo probably has a much better chance of making it to the desired destination than my PostIt does.)

    While I’ve got you here, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank You” to you for your wonderful blog and pins on Pinterest. To be just one person, you are doing SO much to make the world a better place. Happy Wednesday!!!! :)

    Lynn

  9. Jonalyn Forman says

    I love this idea! I can think of a million ways that I would use these handy tools! I love the idea of leaving a little spending money attached to one with a note for my kiddos. Or putting one somewhere for my family to find a thank you for _________ (fill in the blank). Such a cute idea!

  10. MichelleH says

    What a fun idea. Around our house I would leave ‘I love you because….’ or ‘surprise, someone else did your chore for you’. I think it would be great to sneak one to the grandparents’ house and have the kids leave a hidden message to be found later.