It’s Monday and I’m back to share a few things I’ve been making behind the scenes this week.
It’s like Christmas in July around here. I have had the supplies to make this project for a long time now, but it’s been on the back burner. When I pulled out the scrapbooking supplies last week I came across this project and decided it was time to finish it. The only problem is I’m torn between two backgrounds. Here’s what both of them look like:
If you haven’t seen this project before, this was the pin that started it all:
(click on the picture for the source)
My next project is probably nothing new to many of you, but I’ve been meaning to get my desktop organized for awhile. I saw this product, created by Blair Turner and wanted it immediately. I’m not sure why, but the sizing wasn’t working right with my computer.
So after getting super frustrated at my computer, I dug through my clipart, played around with the size, and created my own. This is what I came up with:
Now, I just need to drag and move my files into the right places so my desktop looks in tip-top shape!
My third project was a product makeover (I hope that counts).
I added some new graphics and changed the fonts to make it a bit more friendly. Here’s a peek at the pages included:
The product contains templates to make fiction and nonfiction book response cubes. However, there are blank templates included so the sky’s the limit with this one. In fact, I used these same cubes when I taught fourth grade and we learned about a salmon’s life cycle. We also used these for our animal reports one year when I taught a 3/4 combination class.
Have you made anything lately or do you just need some new ideas? Head over to 4th Grade Frolics to see what’s new!
Finally getting back into work mode after being in Nashville for the Teachers Pay Teachers conference. I just finished up a new pack for Mermaids Don't Run Track, which is part of the Bailey School Kids series.