Monday, July 9, 2012

Made it Monday

Finally getting to participate in Monday Made It!  I love love when I find a pin on Pinterest, and then actually do it!  Have you seen this cuteness?  Click the picture for more info. 
Here is how I did mine.
Spray Paint a board and clothespins
I used adhesive polka-dots
Cut scrapbook paper in two different sizes and added stickers for the lettering.

I couldn't find my tiny hole punch, so used a push pin to make the holes
Then I cut out two "chickadees" and strung the words between them.  I hot glued the clothespins onto the board and can't wait to take it to school!
Also, I finally finished the famous, "teacher toolbox".  Google it....you'll find all kinds of versions and how-tos.
Can you tell what my favorite color might be:-)
Happy Monday,
 

31 comments:

  1. I'm liking your "No Name" project! I'm a big meanie and usually throw "no namers" away and make them do it again but with teaching reading to three different classes this year, this might be helpful! Thanks for sharing!

    A Pirates Life for Us

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    1. Thanks. I usually just put them in a messy pile.

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  2. I absolutely love how your "No Name" board came out! I love the font that you used with that. :) It looks great!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  3. I love your no name idea! I'm going to make one, tomorrow! I just gave you a new award!! Thanks for being a friend!
    Jenny

    Owl Things First

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  4. Cute "no name". I'm a new follower. Enjoy the rest of your summer!
    ann
    The Caffeinated Classroom

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    1. Thanks. I started following you too.

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  5. Your "no name" board is extremely cute! Love the birds and polka-dots! Great job!!

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  6. That no-name board is precious! I love it! Purple is my fave. :) Also, where did you get YOUR toolbox? I love how all the little boxes are the same size!

    Sarah
    Miss A's Kindergarten

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    1. Thank you. The box is from a reading resource catalog. It was for sorting letters/word word materials.

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  7. It looks great. The font is too cute.
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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  9. Love how you did your No Name craft! It turned out super cute:) Your teacher toolbox is adorable too!!! Thanks so much for linking up and I sure hope you can come back next week:))

    4th Grade Frolics

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    1. Love your linky. I am gathering so many ideas:-)

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  10. Love this!!!! I am also your newest follower. I would love to have you come by and visit!

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    1. Thanks! I started following you too.

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  11. Cutest no name paper board I've seen! Love the sticker letters.
    Erika
    2B Honey Bunch
    Honey Bunch Blog Design

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    1. Thanks. I haven't gotten into the world of Cricut...so stickers work for me:-)

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  12. Yours is sooooo cute!!! Are you taking orders?? ;)
    I feel inspired!! And it's 2am here so that's saying something!!
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

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    1. Thanks...I was up reading at 2am this morning:-)

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  13. These look great. Thanks for sharing.

    Jill
    Bubbalulu.blogspot.com

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  14. Your no name board turned out really cute! It almost makes me wish I had papers turned in regularly without names {almost}!

    Jackie

    Third Grade's A Charm

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  15. Lots and lots of cuteness! Thank you for sharing your adorable craft with us. =)


    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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