Monday, July 8, 2013

Monday Made it with a Writing Freebie!


      I am liking up with 4th Grade Frolics for her Monday Made it Linky!  


      This past week I didn't have to work at all!  It was WONDERFUL!  This summer I am nannying for a family and they were on vacation.  This week I am back to work, only for one day though!  I could get used to this!
      Last week I was VERY busy getting some things ready for my TpT store as well as doing a little crafting.  Here are some things I have been making!

     Last summer my boyfriend and I went to Florida for my 30th birthday!  This is a picture from our trip.  I have had this large picture printed for months and haven't done anything with it.  This past week I took my leftover fabrics from my file cabinet makeover and created this hanging frame.  
Here is what I used:
1.  A piece of scrap wood (about 1 inch thick)
2.  Spray adhesive
3.  Fabric
4.  Picture
5. Staple Gun
6. Sewing machine (it could be done without one)

So basically, I took the chevron background and used the spray adhesive to adhere the fabric to the wood.  Then I used my staple gun to support it by securing the fabric to the sides.  I used the spray adhesive to adhere the picture on top.  I sewed the little triangles, so they won't fray, but you could simply cut them out with fabric. I hung it in my little craft area!

      Last week, I pinned the cutest idea from Pinterest.  The idea was to take brochures and use those for persuasive writing.  So, this weekend while up in the NC mountains, I grabbed a handful of brochures.  I created this little basic template (nothing fancy) to go along with it.  Click on the picture above to grab it on google docs.  




 Last week, I finally finished my Reader's Notebook Starter Kit!  You can grab a copy of this mega pack at my TpT store!  


      I also finished my packet for the book Amelia Bedelia's First Day of School!  This has been on my to do list for a LONG time!  This can be found at my TpT store, too!  I also took 7 of the Amelia Bedelia packets I have and created a zip file with all of them.  It saves you about $7.00!  WOW!  Check out what I've been up to over at my TpT store!

6 comments:

  1. I will miss using Amelia Bedelia when I'm with my 5th graders :( She's so fun!

    Lauren
    The Sweetest Thing
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    1. Amelia Bedelia is by far one of my favorite characters to use to teach character traits and idioms.

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  2. I have nominated you for the Liebster Award! Check it out on my blog! :)

    ✿ Regina
    Keepin It Krazy

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  3. PS - Just nominated you for the Liebster award! So excited to follow you in your blogging journey from here on out :) Be sure to check out the post when it hits my blog tomorrow morning!

    Lauren
    The Sweetest Thing
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  4. I love that hanging frame. What an adorable idea!

    I also nominated you for the Liebster Award!

    Erin
    It's "OWL" Good in Kindergarten

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  5. Oh.Wow! I just came over to nominate you for the Liebster Award, but read the comments above and saw that you have been nominated! Your nomination is on my blog, too! Would love for you to accept, but if it's too much, I totally understand!

    Beth :)
    A Kindergarten Life For Me

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