Made It Monday and The Summer is almost over

Can you believe that summer is almost over? I got back on the 21st! I cry. Seriously, where did my long summer off go? I guess I can't complain. Last year we started on the 10th. Don't the school gods know that I seriously have about 1.21 million things left to do to be ready. If I stopped going on Pinterest or Instagram, I would likely have been done in June! UGH you people! I joke, I joke, I kid, I kid! I love all yall, but it is costing me a fortune and hours of my time! I should be on the elliptical trying to lose this weight from my back surgery - however my naptimes are spent hurrying through project after project! :)

Well, I have a few Monday Made Its to share.
Made It Number 1 
I bought these letters a few weeks ago, and wasn't sure of what to do with them. 


So I painted them silver. But I just didn't like it! 





So I decided to put scrapbook paper over them with mod podge. 

I even tried washi tape - see it on the D? Yep, I didn't think so.



Here is the R - I was so mad about that bubble, however - it went away on its own! 

Traced backwards

Mod Podged on. 





It was just missing something!!! It looks plain still!!





Enter the beads! 
TA - DA!



Aren't they beautiful! They have such character! 

I just love them

I went to the Justin Timberlake/Jay Z concert in Baltimore this weekend! Oh my it was fantastic! I just had a great time! I loved the food 



Look at the girl in the back photo bombing us! hahah I love that! 
I am the blonde in between the brunettes! I won't post any other pictures. Lord knows that I drank way too much, and if you follow me on Instagram, you know I had a good time. I also had a fun time with my hashtags, yelling at Kayne West for saying no one would come to this concert - Let me tell you how wrong he was...
It was PACKED and I mean packed. it was a fantastic show!


I woke up hung over and made a new blog button! How cute - right?! 
Made It Number 2

So I came home with a bunch of things I wanted to accomplish during naptime 


First, I tried wrapping it with paper. Dang that took forever. X that. 

So I painted them. 

Looks better painted - right?!



The L was wrapped, the A and R painted. I like the paint too. 





Here are my letters painted. 

I took this sheet of lace and put it on the letters and just painted over them


How cute - right?

up close!




I added a few sparkly buttons - how flipping cute!

I will hang it like this on my wall in my library! 


                                               Made it Number 3
I spent seriously 2 weeks trying to perfect my circles for my 100 number line. Then I thought holy smokes, I will need to cut by hand 100 numbers. No thanks. 

I picked up this Martha Stewart cutter for $10.60 after my competitors coupon of 50% off plus our teachers discount! whoot. It works perfectly - go pick one up - but put a cutting board under - because it is sharp and will cut whatever is under it. Oh and these are laminated! I printed them, and laminated then cut. No double cutting. no fraying or pulling apart! 

Made It Number 4

1 inch hole puncher - check

Scrapbook stickers that are clear - check 



Adhesive magnets - check 

twenty  minute project - check! 

No laminating, no mod podge and no falling apart. My other ones - a few dropped and the stone shot off - I can only imagine my firsties dropping them and everyone diving to grab them off the floor. 
Hope this works easier. oh and the circles were $1.99 without any coupon - in my book that is a score especially when they come 24 to a pack.





 Made It Number 5

I got this clock for free from a friend who never used it. I just wanted to say when lunch was so that kiddos would stop asking me. I have the cheap target ones, and it works fine, but I wanted lunch, end of day and specials.  


First coat of paint. 

Looking good

I made numbers and decided how I was going to place them. Man, being a perfectionist is not ok with this type of task. 




This is all glued on, but still all wet. 


Monday FAILED it
Oh - my pocket Chart 
It died...not dyed...
What a mess! 
Apparently, the thicker the material is, it won't dye.. dang it. 

I'll be buying a new pocket chart. 



I am working on number lines and here are a few that are finished! 
You can click on each picture to purchase the color set you would like! 

If you would like to see a color, leave me a comment! 




Here is the editable behavior calendar for the year! 
Click on it to go to my TPT store



I am also working on this adorable job chart! 

 I just love it!
 All of these will be in my TPT store this week hopefully.

Does anyone else have ten things that they are working on at the same time?




Here are the adorable mailbox letters my sweet friend Melissa cut out for me! You rock girl! :)


It will look awesome, once I fix that black dot that magically showed up on it. UGH> 


I will have a HUGE giveaway starting on Wednesday after my current one ends! You still have time to enter! 

My next one is set to be huge - I am talking like 30 different prizes! Whooot! 

Please leave me some love!!! 

My first and 25th commenter will get my 100 numbers for free!!! :) 
That's all folks! 


Mrs. H. 
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27 comments

  1. Your letters look great!
    Mechele

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    1. Thanks so much Mechele! I hope you entered the giveaway!

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  2. LOVE. LOVE, LOVE all of your letters. so pretty!

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    1. Thank you so much!!!! Hey did you get the email about my giveaway? I would love to have you as a part of it! :)

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  3. Woohoo!! Would LOVE the numbers in teal/pink/green polka dot and chevron! And thanks for the step-by-step for the magnet numbers! Just another project to add to my LONG to do list for this week!!!!

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    1. I am working on pink/green/teal this week! My list is crazy long as well!

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  4. Everything looks great...as always! Your room is going to be adorable...:) The LEARN letters are my fave!

    Vicky
    Keep Calm and Imagine

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    1. I can't wait to do a reveal. I am hoping to have it all ready on Wednesday, but likely the Wednesday after that, if I am realistic. Since I am a perfectionist, I hate showing half done stuff!

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  5. You have been busy! I love the letters and the clock. It's all great actually! Fun post!

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  6. Your READ and LEARN letters turned out awesome. I'm so upset that my ROCK letters that had scrapbook paper and mod podge on them melted together in the car. Florida heat. :(
    Alison
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

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    1. Oh No! I hate the heat! I would just die there. :( I am sorry that it didn't work out!

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  7. Wow! Those are the cutest READ and LEARN letters I've seen! The gems make them absolutely fabulous!

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    1. Aw, thank you so much Debbie! I really love them! It was fun to make and will look super in my room!

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  8. I love your creative twist on the letters! The gems and lace are super pretty... And seemingly easy. Maybe I will give them a shot!

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    1. It actually was easy Amber, way easier than I thought. Very little frustration! lol

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  9. I love your craftiness - and thanks for showing your mistakes, too. I LIKE to learn from mistakes, especially other peoples.
    I use duct tape on my pocket charts if you can salvage yours...
    Peggy

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    1. Mistakes are usually all I am good for! lol How do you do duct tape on your pocket chart? so you mean I may be able to save mine?!

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  10. Great projects! I love the stenciling on the LEARN letters. They look terrific. Thanks for the good tip on the number circles. I was just about to make some. It will be a LOT quicker your way.
    Debbie K.
    AKA(Almost Known As) Always Primary
    djkrueger8@gmail.com

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    1. Oh Debbie, that circle cutter will change my life this year. I am so happy about it! You will be too!

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  11. Girl you be on a mission!! I LOVE it!!

    ((HUGS))

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    1. Thanks! I usually have a mission of some sort!!! lol

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  12. I love the idea of using beads on the letters. It really makes a difference. Beth-bethrodda@gmail.com

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  13. Wow! You were a busy girl! The bedazzle and lace make all the difference! All your projects look great!
    Joanne
    Head Over Heels For Teaching

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  14. Your projects are amazing! Nice job! I love your clock! You are so crafty!! I bet your classroom is amazing! Thanks for sharing!

    Laura ~ First Grade Spies

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  15. Your projects are AMAZING (of course) ~ just like you!!
    I sure hope I win :)

    Lacey

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  16. I love all the letters with beads that you did! They are so cute!
    Sara

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