Pintersting Projects Galore

Summer time rocks!

I can totally catch up on everything!

Exhibit A:
That's like NEVER gonna happen during the school year.  I don't even try anymore.

But, wow.

With that theme in mind, I'm going to get majorly caught up on all of the fun things I've been pinning:

And with that, I'm linking up with one of my bestest bloggy buddies Amber over at {yes, I know bestest is not a word, but it's summertime, folks}


to show you the "Pinteresting Things" I'm going to make this summer.

But, I have managed to complete at least one project already, remember?

Speaking of this project, I've had a few questions that I thought I'd answer first before I link up with Amber.

The number one question was how did I paint it?  What is going to keep it from peeling?

Exhibit B {that sounds so fancy}:

I used Rust-oleum Painters' Touch Primer first and then Rust-oleum Painters' Touch Paint.  Both of them claim that you can cover plastic with it.  So far, so good. {This is a new can of paint, the color didn't magically change to green from pink.  That would make me have super-powers.  Man, I wish I had super-powers!}

I'm assuming that Mr. Rust-oleum will not peel.  If he does, I'm going to be upset.  Well, maybe not too upset.  I shouldn't get worked up over something so little. 

I probably will.

That's my next project in the background, by the way.  You will see it next Monday on Tara's linky :)

Now to some pins that I plan on trying this summer:

Source: Fancy Frugal Life via Elizabeth on Pinterest
Cute clipboards for my students to use!

Source: Houzz via Elizabeth on Pinterest
I want to use cool fabrics to create this above my new beige, but beautiful sofa!

Source: 5 Days...5 Ways via Elizabeth on Pinterest
This would be perfect (with a bright pattern) for my new sofa!

Source: TidyMom.net via Elizabeth on Pinterest
Once I'm finished with my living room, I'll sit back and enjoy one of these...

and one {or two} of these.............

Source: Nugget Market via Elizabeth on Pinterest


Head on over and link up with Amber.  

 There are a lot of "Pinteresting" ideas being shared!

13 comments

  1. I love the covered clipboards! I did one for a bloggy teacher exchange...very cute!

    Haley
    Following Optimism in 2nd Grade

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  2. I was just thinking.. wow I love the pink. Now i'll have to paint mine. They are white, so they get nasty looking... :)

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  3. Ah! If only I had refinished my chair a day earlier!

    Laura
    Will Grade For Coffee

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  4. I'm loving those clipboards! I need to do that over the summer! :)

    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  5. Love all your pins! I used that brand of paint to spray paint some bookshelves, and so far, so good...so peeling!
    Lisa
    Stories From Second

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  6. Love this post!!
    Blessings and smiles,

    Jessica Stanford
    Mrs. Stanford's Class Blog
    PS If you haven't already joined my giveaway I would love to have you join!

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  7. Wow, that drink looks good!! Love the clip boards too.

    April
    Wolfelicious

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  8. Just found your adorable blog! I am your newest follower.
    Mel D
    Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations

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  9. I am so looking forward to summer time! Thanks for linking up friends!

    Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher

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  10. Ha! I have my google reader at 0 too!! But I cheated and hit "mark all as read" the other day...BUT I have been able to keep it 0 since then - yay!! lol

    ♥ Jen
    The Teacher's Cauldron

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  11. i saw that e card the other day and laughed so hard...its so true =)

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  12. cute projects!
    mmmmmmmmmmmmm, that drink looks delish!

    Dana
    Stop by & visit me @ Fun in 1st Grade

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  13. If you get a chance stop by my blog and check out my “Pintervention” linky party! It is the motivation I needed to complete my mile long pinterest list!! It will also be need to see the finished projects!
    ThirdGradeIsAHoot

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