Monday, June 17, 2013

Monday Made It + Big Giveaway Winners!

You know how you get all those catchy little commercial jingles stuck in your head? That has been happening a lot this summer seeing as I am watching way too much tv! I keep trying to come up with my own random jingles for all the fun linky parties going on in the blogosphere. I tried to make my own Five for Friday one based off the one for the Five Dollar Footlong from Subway. It went a little something like this...

Five,
Five for,
Five for Friday... 
with Doodle Bugs Teaching

Is this a good jingle? Nope. Why do I feel the need to do these crazy things? I have no clue whatsoever! However, I feel that the Monday Made-It linky party definitely needs its own too! Any ideas? I'll get working on it and let you know next week what I come up with!  

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I was on a roll these past 2 weeks with themed creations. This week, sadly there is no theme as I didn't go shopping once. I had to pull out of my magical Mary Poppins bag of crafting and use what I bought last summer. But have no fear! I will try and work on a theme again for next week! Maybe I will play guess the crafting theme and there will be prizes involved! That sounds like fun don't you agree?

As always, I'm linking up with Tara from 4th Grade Frolics to share my Monday Made It creations this week! 

 
Here's the random hodge podge of crafting that I was up to a couple of hours ago this weekend. 

First...


This was super easy to make! Buy a 16 cent tile at Home Depot, wrap it in washi tape, modge podge a fun graphic on top, seal with a top coat of modge podge, glue felt on the bottom so you don't scratch your table, bada bing bada boom all done!

Next...


Sticking with my one true love, washi tape are these adorable pointers! Once again a really simple creation that even I couldn't mess up! You take a tongue depressor popsicle stick and cover it in one strip of washi tape. Then you seal it with modge podge and stick a button at the end. Easy peasy lemon squeezy! 

 Then...


These glitter clothespins that have been floating all around Pinterest and I just had to make! Luckily I had glitter and clothespins that I bought last summer in my magical bag so this was just meant to be! This was the easiest craft ever! Brush a layer of modge podge onto the clothespin, sprinkle on glitter, seal with a top coat of glitter. Easy as 1, 2, 3!

Finally...


While at Lowes last weekend, I snagged these free paint swatch books. I wasn't sure what to make with it but then it hit me. All I did was tear out all the extra pages leaving just the paint chip samples. Then I took some animal stickers and added a random number from 1-10 to each paint chip. Then on the back I wrote the corresponding numeral and number word. This is a simple activity that the kids can use to practice one to one correspondence. I think it turned out quite cute! 

I think I am really getting the hang of this Monday Made It thing! These crafts keep getting better and better each week! I can't wait to see what's up my sleeve next week! 


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Finally, the moment you've maybe all been waiting for! My 500 follower giveaway winners! 

(This isn't going to be something fancy because I am writing this post after midnight and ain't nobody got time for that when you have to be up for work in the morning so like Teeny says, shield your eyes)

Drumroll please....

K-2 Prize Pack - Susan Casper
K-2 Winner's Choice - Doreen Bednarski
3-6 Prize Pack - Teaching is a Gift
3-6 Winner's Choice - Tara Witte
Congratulations ladies! 

And now for the lucky font pack winners! 

1. Andrea Halterman (#4)
2. lcooney (#69)
3. Erin Brummett (#42)
4. Molly @ Lessons With Laughter (#63)
5. Lindsay Paulson (#36)
Enjoy those fonts!

Didn't win this time? Don't worry, there will be plenty of other chances to win something in the future! Keep following my blog to stay up to date with all the latest giveaway news!

Have a wonderful week!


18 comments:

  1. Ahhhhhh!!!! Thank you !!!! So super excited about the font pack! My newest obsession this summer is super cute fonts...this just feeds that obsession. Thank you:)

    Erin

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  2. I love the washi tape crafts! I added them to my to do list :)

    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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  3. Love what you "pulled out of your bad":) Thanks for linking it up:)

    4th Grade Frolics

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  4. Loving the coaster and pointers. Super cute! I need one big bag to put all my crafty stuff in. I have it spread out all over the place. Sounds like a summer project for myself. ;)

    Amanda
    Mrs. Pauley’s Kindergarten

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  5. Great use of the paint chips!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Lifelong Learning

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  6. Love the washi tape projects...very cute!

    Jess

    I {Heart} Recess

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  7. I love the coasters!!! They are my favorite from this week's post. I made the clothespins a few months ago and am obsessed with how cute they are lol
    Gina
    Third Grade Tidbits

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  8. I love the tiles! Now I have a wonderful project next week. Thanks for the awesome ideas.

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  9. I love the tiles!! I know what I'm going to make this afternoon!!

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

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  10. Love all of this! Where did you get your Washi Tape from?

    Amanda
    Collaboration Cuties

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  11. Love the Washi Tape coaster & reading pointers. I had reading pointers with googly eyes, but the eyes keep falling off, the buttons look great. It seems like they may stay on better since they're smaller. Thanks so much for sharing these.

    Stephanie
    PolkaDotPalace

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  12. How cute are those coasters! Full confession: I have never in my life used mod podge. It seems like that will end soon!

    -Maria
    Everyone deServes to Learn

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  13. I have been wanting to make the glitter clothes pins, now that I see that someone has done it and it worked, I am going to have to make some this summer!

    ~Diving Into Learning

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  14. Thank you so much for the fonts!!! I was so happy to see I was a winner!! I love all your cute washi tape projects!! I really need to buy some more and get started on some of the super simple adorable projects I've been seeing like yours!! And I did glitter clothespins last year and my kiddos loved them this year!! So much fun!! :)

    Molly
    Lessons with Laughter

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  15. OH GIRL - you had me at hello!! I love all the things you made - partly because I have a little problem. I have an addiction to chevron!! LOL I am going to COPY some of these ideas...the highest form of flattery right?!?!
    love ya,
    Vicky
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

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  16. Love the clothespins! :0)

    Smiles,
    Sarah @ Hoots N' Hollers

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