Monday, July 13, 2015

Monday Made It! July 13

YAY! This is my first Monday Made It Linky with Tara at 4th Grade Frolics! I have 3 things that I "made" this past week.  Have a few minutes? I'd love to tell you about them. :)

The first thing I made this week was a door for my junior church classroom.  A few weeks ago, our pastor and youth pastor asked my family to take over the 3-, 4-, 5-year-old classroom .. which I gladly accepted took over [for my sisters]! ;)   So .. on Friday night, my sisters and I went to church to decorate the door while my mom cleaned the church. 


The door isn't quite finished.  

The clouds need a lot more some love.  My youngest sister did them, and I know the girls were antsy to get to our aunt's bridal shower.  So I will be giving the clouds a little more love later this week. 

Plus, I'd like to add flowers to the grass.  For the grass, I had leftover green bulletin board paper, so I used that at the bottom, then had my sister cut green construction paper in half, then cut about 7/8 of the way down the paper to create grass.

One of my sisters has a sweet friend who not only stunningly beautiful, but she's also very talented! She drew the outline for the giraffe, so I cut him out and added brown construction paper on top of what she had already traced.  

For the spots, I just took a pencil, made some crazy designs, then cut them out and taped them to the giraffe.  I'm currently waiting for our soon-to-be-1st-graders to move into the next junior church classroom before I write my students names on the spots of the giraffe.  

Lastly, for the background, I purchased fadeless blue bulletin board paper and trimmed it on the sides to fit the door.  I started the roll at the top of the door then took it down to the bottom of the door to cut one big piece of paper.

Click the picture below for the link back to the inspiration for my door! :)




The second thing I "made" was a desk for me to do work! I sometimes CONSTANTLY rack up my stuff at the dining room table, and I know it drives my mother  B O N K E R S !  so, after seeing Ashley and Angie's #2getherwearebetter linky about Home Office Spaces, I decided it was time to invest in a desk.  I wanted a place to work and put my things much like other teachers.  I kinda needed a "home" for my stuff since I live at home with my mom and sisters. <3

maybe this wasn't such a good idea.

let's get started, shall we?

hmm ... not too shabby. :)

"I'm gonna leave the screws a little lose - not screw them in all the way - in case we need to adjust the frame." #mysisterisagenius 

ta da! the finished product! :)


Finally, I "made" it to Target! 

#teacherslovetarget 

#teacherfitbit

I spent about 10 minutes debating between the Charge and the ChargeHR.  It was only a $20 difference between the two, and I had intentions of purchasing the ChargeHR so that was the one I picked! wahh! No pink! :( But the purple will suffice!  I definitely was not taking black.  While it may go with everything and anything, I wanted some color and to be able to point out my fitbit. :)  If you want to leave your email in the comments, I would love to friend you with the fitbit and do challenges!  Or, you can e-mail me at jenn.snyder19@gmail.com












6 comments:

Go Fourth with Us said...

I have a Fitbit Zip and love it, I'm sure you'll love your Charge! I'm thinking of upgrading soon :)

Vicky Burrows said...

The door turned out perfect! It's very inviting. I hear you on stacking up stuff. By the end of the summer, everything flows onto the floor! I'm sure you'll enjoy your new desk!

PJimison said...

I love my fitbit HR as well! I will look to add you!

PJimison said...

OK. I sent an email request to you in the FitBit app so when you see it , it is from me!

ES said...

I love the giraffe on the door. Great idea! What did we do before Pinterest?

My Bright Blue House

Creative Undertakings said...

The door looks great! And I love the sleek style of the desk


Anisa @ Creative Undertakings

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