July 2, 2012

Who's excited for Monday?




Classroom Freebies Manic Monday
This girl (can you see my thumb pointing back at me?) So bizarre, right? During the school year I loathe Monday's but in the summer, not so much! If you are here for Manic Monday, here is a little number match game I made for you! I had a lot of Crystal Light containers laying around and I thought they would be great for holding game pieces. Here is an example of the before and after.

 To make the container, I peeled off the original label, printed a new one, and used spray adhesive to stick it on! You could also gently fold and put it on the inside if you'd prefer. I am thinking about putting a coat of Mod Podge over top or clear contact paper to keep it looking fresh!


Click here to grab it in Google Docs. Click here to grab it from my TpT store.

For Monday Made it I finished my Live, laugh love wall art, 
Original post with printables

covered some scrap metal to make a magnetic memo board and made some cute glass magnets to match,
Tutorial Here
Inspiration Here and Here

















Inspiration Source
Then I covered some dollar spot baskets with matching paper to store all my markers and such! Umm, I got a little cray with the sponge and paint.. not my best work but those puppies are going in my room anyway! I used spray adhesive to get the paper to stick - I really wanted to use fabric, but the crafting Gods weren't with me.







I can't wait to see what everyone else made. I LOVED Tara's believe sign. I have had a classroom sign like that pinned forever.... Well, what are you waiting for? Head on over to Tara's and see what everyone else made!



20 comments:

  1. Love those magnets! I am going to have to do that with stars. You are a pretty talented crafty person.

    Stephany
    primarypossibilities.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks, I love to craft when I have the time!

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  2. Aw thanks Heather! I'm loving your cute owl projects!!! Your live,laugh, learn wall art is adorable and so positive and motivational:) Love that!!! Thanks for linking up:) Mondays make me happy too!!!!

    4th Grade Frolics

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    1. I so love your linky party.. I do kind of run around on Sunday's though trying to get everything done! HA

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  3. Thanks for the idea with using Crystal Light containers. I have some of those that I really haven't known what to do with. Great job!

    Emily
    I Love My Classroom
    www.ilovemyclassroom.blogspot.com

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    1. Aren't they perfect? I love them because they are just big enough and sturdy!

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  4. I just love all your owl things. What a great idea for labels to cover Crystal Light containers! Thanks for sharing:)

    We are ALL Special!

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  5. Thanks for sharing these cute ideas! I love those magnets!

    Courtney
    3rd Grade Sprinkles

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    1. I want to make so many more... I wonder if I can make them as a station, think it would be safe?

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  6. Your stuff is precious. YOu have been super busy. LOVE it all!

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  7. Thanks for sharing your number match game! I would never have thought about using a crystal lite container. Also, I love your magnetic board and magnets! Great job! :)

    ~ Lisa
    Teaching Kindergarten Kiddos

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    1. You are so welcome! Thank you for the sweet words!

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  8. Your live, laugh, learn canvases are awesome!! I feel a project coming on:)

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  9. What a great freebie! Who know Crystal Light containers could look so good! :) I am giving away a $20 TPT gift certificate. Come visit and enter to win!

    Delighted in Second

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  10. Wow, you have been busy. Super cute projects. Now I am inspired.

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  11. Love all your projects nad will be making the Cherry Match soon! Thanks for sharing:-)

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  12. Hi Heather,
    I was just wondering where you got the owls for the glass bead magnets? They are so cute and would live to make them!

    Thanks,
    Miranda

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