Monday, July 16, 2012

Monday Made It {I've Lost Count}

I missed it last week (beach) and I was sad.  For realzzzzzzzz.

But, I'm back this week and soooo happy to link up with my dear, dear bloggy friend, Tara.

Remember this mess?



I finally finished a few things.  I guess that means I can start something new.

These are the projects that I finished:

Birthday Balloons: 

Thanks to this cute freebie from Brooke at Once Upon a First Grade Adventure, I was able to make these:

Then, I made this canister for Highlighters:
I'm not sure of the cute source...so if it is yours, please comment below so that I can update and give you full credit.  I love this one:

Next up-
Repurposed Pizza Trays:
I'm not sure if you remember these (I really only had a handful of followers when I made these before):
But, I had to repurpose these to match my new color scheme in my classroom.  Here are the new ones (which I will use for my classroom jobs).  These are pizza pans.  You can read the original post {here}.

It's hard to see, but I replaced the yellow flower with a purple one.  They look better in person :)

Pencil Containers:
Thanks to Kristen (Ladybug's Teacher Files) for these labels, I was able to create these:


Number Magnets:
I made these magnets that I've seen around blog-town.  I used E6000 glue, glass pebbles from Michaels and I created 1.25-inch circles.  

So that's it for now.  I'm off to create some more things this week.  I've sworn myself off of all social media until I can cross off at least 5 things from my to-do list.  See you in a few days.

See ya soon :)

37 comments :

  1. YOu were busy. Everything looks awesome :) I love the pizza pans :)

    Heidi
    My (Not So) Elementary Life

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  2. I saw polka dots in your hobby lobby stash and couldn't wait to see. Love it all. I especially love your highlighter bucket. No actually I need to make everything you just made. PERFECT!

    ✣ Miss Nelson✣
    Miss Nelson’s Blog

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  3. I love the pizza pans! I am definitely going to have to get some too! All of your containers look great - love all the ribbons!

    Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

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  4. Your cans are so cute! I need to make 2 sets of them- one for me and one for my mom. I have the buckets, just need the ribbon and labels!
    Jennifer
    kindertrips

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  5. Pebbles: I have struggled with who is finished with a given task because when they are done they begin working on something else and it's hard to tell the difference. LOVE your idea. Please tell me how you attached the paper to the pebbles. Thanks! versana@gmail.com

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    1. With the E6000 glue. You just squeeze on a little bit of glue and then place the paper onto the glue. I also went over the top of the paper so that there was a smooth back, too.

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  6. Girl you have been busy!! I love it all. My to-do list just keeps getting bigger!

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  7. Your projects look great! I keep seeing that "highlight your name" idea and think I need to make that project happen for me this year! So...you've inspired me! :)

    A Pirates Life for Us

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  8. Love the number magnets. What a great idea! Everything looks amazing.

    Megan
    I Teach. What's Your Super Power?
    Stop by and enter my 150 Follower Giveaway!

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  9. Love those pizza pans!! Everything is so cute!
    Nicole
    Rowdy in Room 300
    Come check out my awesome giveaway HERE!

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  10. Those pencil buckets are adorable! Where did you find them?

    I'm your newest follower and new to the blogging world as well!

    Ashley
    Fierce in Fourth

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    1. The pencil buckets came from Hobby Lobby.

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  11. I just bought some large glass pebbles from the dollar store. I didn't know what to do with them, but I know now! Thanks!

    Jessica
    Teach on a Limb

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  12. Everything looks excellent! All my projects are 1/2 finished and my room is even messier than it was before! lol

    Kelly @ I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher

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  13. So funny, I made the pizza pans and number magnets for this week too... I don't have my post up yet though, too busy reading everyone else's! Great job!
    Heather

    Kickin' it in Kinder

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  14. All of your things looks so cute. I especially like your Stop and highlight you name bucket and your pizza pan classroom jobs.

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  15. I love everything you made this week!!! Made it Monday is my favorite!


    Aimee
    aimee@vanmiddlesworth.org
    Pencils, Books, and Dirty Looks

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  16. I love all the items you made this week! So fabulous! I especially love those magnetic boards and number magnets. Thanks for sharing your ideas.
    Krista
    stellar-students

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  17. You are so crafty!! I love it all! I can't wait to make those birthday balloons & highlighter can. Your pizza pan idea is so creative! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  18. You have definitely convinced me that I need to do those birthday straws. Toooooo cute! Absolutely love them! The bright colors are fantastic.

    Amanda
    Reaching for the TOP!

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  19. Wow! These are awesome! Hobby Lobby knows me by name thanks to all of your adorable ideas! Quick question...how did make your ribbons look that way? Any special procedure? Thanks again for your inspirations!
    Susan-4th grade teacher

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    1. Tied them in knots around a handle. I used about 3-4 inch ribbons.

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  20. Did you just drill holes in your pizza pans to hang your ribbon? They are too cute!

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  21. Lots of fantastic projects:) I have to remember to make the highlighter basket!

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  22. I'm having a hard time visualizing the pebbles. Do you have something hanging above the pocket charts that the pebbles are on until the students move them? And where do they put them when they take them down? I LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea, because I end up writing their numbers on the board when I discover they are missing work after I enter it!!

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  23. I'm one of your newest followers and love your stuff. I was convinced to make the Birthday Balloon tin and going to make the pencil tins as well. I want to make the number magnets but I was wondering what type of magnets you used for them?
    Thanks!

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  24. Love your crafts!! I need to make the birthday balloons before school starts!!
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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  25. Where did you find the highlighter sign?

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  26. OH holy moly!!!! I love all your ribbon yumminess!!!!!! Like...want it!!! So cute! Seriously...next year we will each have to make 2 of everything and ship it off to eachother!!! Loving it all friend!!! Thanks for linking up:)

    4th Grade Frolics

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  27. Elizabeth, WOW!!!! You got so much done!! And everything is wonderful!! This is just what I needed to start getting some of my projects done!! What are you going to use the number magnets for? I have a ton of those glass marbles leftover from my wedding and have been wanting to use them towards something fun!!

    Molly
    Lessons with Laughter

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  28. Here is what I'm doing with my glass bubbles. I'm making them with numbers like you did. However, I am printing them on magnetic paper to glue on instead of attaching a separate magnet. My plan is to have a daily puzzle station like the tiling puzzles I've seen on Raki's Rad blog. I'll have either 4 or 6 cookie sheet magnetic boards to make the station so it is cheap too! Once my students get familiar with solving the puzzles, I'll have them start creating them for me!

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  29. So cute!! I love it all!! Could you share your highlighter can sign or let me know where you found it? I am doing a polka dot theme this year and it is EXACTLY what I have been looking for!
    -Katie (k_hitchman@yahoo.com)

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  30. I love your highlighter can! Do you have the copy for the cover of the jar? I would love to be able to use it. It's totally my style with the polka dots!

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  31. I love the highlighter can!! Do you have a copy of the sign. I would love you use it for my polka dot classroom. amarineau@gmail.com

    Amy

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  32. I LOVE all of your ideas! Is there any way I could get a copy of the highlighter can label and the birthday balloon straws? My email addy is bourgault.oca@gmail.com. Thanks!

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  33. FUN!!! Is there anyway I can get a copy of the highlighter can label? camigammell@gmail.com

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