Editable Frame Freebies, Currently

I've created more labels this summer than I have in years!  The best part is that I've finally learned how to offer them to you so that they are editable. 

What do you think?

There are a total of six different labels all 3.5 x 5.  I made these for my homework (agenda) board to label my three classes.  For example, the pink one will say "Supan" and the other two that I am going to use (blue and green, of course) will have the names of the other two teachers whose classes I'm teaching.  Once printed and cut out, I'm going to put them in cheap Dollar Store picture frames to add some pizzazz.  Whatcha think?  Who knew that the Dollar Store would help add pizzazz....

You may grab yours for free by heading on over here:

Next up...is it really August already?

If you haven't linked up with Farley yet, head on over to see what everyone is up to this month.  I can't wait to see what everyone says is their "Back To School Must Haves".

Here are mine:

#1~ My circle cutter.  I don't know how I lived this long without it.  Thanks, Kristen for the introduction to this beauty:


#2~ My classroom color scheme is pink, lime green, bright blue and purple.  Have I told you lately how much I love it?  :)

#3~ My sticker maker.  You know the one:

There you have it.  My must-haves for B2S.

Head on over and link up. Oh, and don't forget the rule of 3 while you are over there.  Such a great little rule!

25 comments

  1. I didn't know about the sticker maker!! That is awesome!! Thank you for the cute labels too! You are the best. :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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    1. You are welcome :) Whatever I make for myself, I like to try to share.

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  2. Hi! I found you through the linky. I love your polka dot labels, SUPER CUTE!!

    Lauren
    Miss Augustine's Kindergarten

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  3. I need some clothing too! My circle cutter has not been opened. I need a tutorial :)
    Tania
    My Second Sense

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  4. I think i need one of those sticker makers or the circle cutter... OK maybe both... thanks for linking up :)

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  5. I was staring at the sticker maker today when I was at Wal-Mart buying fabric for my pennants :0) I may have to break down and get one!!

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  6. You know you want one, Sara :) Especially since you know first-hand how awesome they are.

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  7. Thanks for the freebie! I was just going to try and find some online but stopped by your blog first for Fabulous Find Friday! Woohoo!

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  8. These labels will be perfect for some of the random boxes and crate around my classroom. I am planning to have lots of polka dots in my classroom. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. The labels are gorgeous Elizabeth!!! I love the combination of those frames and the polka dots--so pretty! I'll be using my circle cutter today--I still love it! Now that sticker maker is very intriguing...I don't have that and it sounds really cool!! Thanks Elizabeth! :)

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    1. Thanks, Kristen. Your circle cutter has been a hit...the sticker maker is right there in a tight running. What would we do without our gadgets?

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  10. Love the labels! :) Your new classroom design is gorgeous, Elizabeth! I have that same circle cutter but I haven't used it yet. Opps, I will soon though! :)
    Lisa
    Fourth and Ten
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  11. Those labels are super cute!

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  12. Thanks for the labels. I'm trying to bring some color into my classroom.

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  13. When I first read the title, I thought it said "Edible Frames" and I said to myself, this should be interesting...LOL! Thank you for sharing!
    Beth

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  14. I LOVE my sticker maker!! What did I ever do without it???? Hope your feeling better. We sure missed you today!


    Twins, Teaching and Tacos.

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    1. I sure missed being there with you guys.

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  15. I want to link up with the currently, but can't seem to make the existing text go away in order to type my text. Sigh. I guess I need an IEP! :)

    Shannon
    http://www.irunreadteach.wordpress.com

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    1. Shannon, did you get my email that explained it?

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  16. Thank you for the great freebies! So cute and fun!
    ஐRikki

    The Hive

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  17. Okay,I'm a little late... But thank you so much for the cute freebie labels!! I love them :) Happy back to school time!

    Jenny

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  18. Hi..just found your blog.Really love your labels.TQ from Malaysia.

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  19. Hi..just found your blog.Really love your labels..Thanks from Malaysia.

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