Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Pinspiration Linky Party

Over at Life Isn't Always Frogs & Cupcakes, she is having a Linky Party to share Pinterest Inspired Projects. Here are a few that I have completed:

First, a back-to-school gift for my daughter's teacher...

Here is what I pinned:
Here is how my own turned out:
{This one isn't actually finished. I need to pick up a few more pushpins and paperclips. Plus, I have to design the cover. The one they made is much more color-coordinated. I was on a limited budget with this project!}

For this next one I was in search of a way to organize my Everyday Math Games...

Here is what I pinned:
{From Mrs. Randall's Learning Library!}

Here is how mine turned out:


This next one I wish I could duplicate exactly. It's so adorable...

Here is what I pinned:
Here is how my own turned out:


This last one is for me {not exactly teaching related}...

Here is what I pinned:
Here is how my own turned out:
{Still need to add jewelry to mine!!!}

I have become Pinterest-Obsessed. I have so many more projects that I can't wait to complete. Where to find the time {and money}??!!

33 comments:

  1. Wow! Your projects turned out great!! I have things pinned but haven't started one project yet!! You inspire me to get moving on one of them!! Thanks for sharing!

    ❤Mrs. McKown
    Little Literacy Learners

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  2. I love all of the projects you did! I am going to steal the magazine organizer one for my word study games, I think! Where did you get all the corks for the jewelry cork-frame? I L-O-V-E that idea and want to make my own right now!!!

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  3. You are awesome!! I love how your projects turned out!! I so need to get an invite to pinterest!! jlutton74@gmail.com
    Julie
    Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher

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  4. haha! I pinned you shelf! I am going to Ikea as soon as I get back from the beach Monday!! I want those for my guided reading bookshelf I just spray painted.

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  5. Are the folders and basket from Target?

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  6. Julie, I submitted your e-mail for a pinterest invitation! Let me know when you get it!

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  7. Mrs. Wyand, my husband and I have been collecting corks for years. We collect them in glass containers all over our house. I'm sure you can ask for some anywhere they offer wine tastings.

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  8. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the corks frame. I have a gazillion corks that I've been saving for something...this is great!
    Tanya

    First Grade is Fantabulous!

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  9. Awesome - thank you! I guess I need to start drinking more wine! ;)

    Alicia
    www.teachk-2.blogspot.com

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  10. OK your math games are now way cuter than mine! Awesome job. I love the colorful pens for colorful words jar. Where did you get the holder you used for it?
    Kelley
    Mrs. Randall’s Learning Library

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  11. Your projects are awesome! What are you using the file folders for?

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  12. Everything turned out super cute!! Where did you get the magazine holders from? I love the blue and white. So pretty :) IThe jewelry holder looks awesome! I need to get moving on my projects! :)

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  13. You are very talented. I love the rack with the magazine holders. Where did you get them?

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  14. Kelley, the container for the Colorful Pens for Colorful words is from Target's Dollar Spot!

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  15. The magazine holders came from ikea. There were 4 in a pack and I am pretty sure that they were $2.99 per pack. Not so bad!

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  16. I adore all of your projects :) love the folders at the bottom where are they from?

    Mrs. Hawk

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  17. I just ran across your blog and I LOVE it!!! It is always fun to see what other teachers are coming up with! I just posted a couple teaching projects that I got off of Pinterest too!!!

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  18. Mrs. Hawk, the magazine boxes are from Ikea and the folders are from Target. The folders are on clearance so hurry over so you don't miss them!

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  19. First of all...DANG, I just threw away a bunch of corks! AND how creative to use a dish drainer to store folders, etch!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Pat

    A Time to Share & Create

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  20. Pat, you kind of answered my question. I was going to ask if that was a dish drainer that was used to hold the file folders. I SO have to try that!! And I love the folders. All of your ideas are great!!

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  21. This is so great! I've done more of my Pinterest recipes that I have my DIY projects so far.

    I just bought those same file folders you have and put them on my blog here: http://mrshahndaydreams.blogspot.com/2011/07/organization-part-1look-good-when-you.html

    great taste! :)

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  22. Very crafty! Such adorable stuff! I love the file folder holder...I am making one for myself. Thanks for joining my linky party :)

    -Jennifer
    tis4teacher.blogspot.com

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  23. I am now looking around and wondering what things I can recycle with crafts after seeing your projects. I am inspired!

    Fran
    Sophie and Sadie’s Scholarly Site

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  24. Popping by to say Hi. You were spotlighted in my Blog Mixer Linky Party.

    Yearn to Learn Blog

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  25. I love all your projects! What a cute gift idea for Bella's teacher!

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  26. Super cute! Great job! Especially the Everyday Math Game center!!!! :)

    Pop on over to my blog! I spotlighted YOU on a Blog Mixer Linky! :)

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  27. Great idea to compare your projects to your pins! I am a new follower, would love it if you would check out my blog and follow back if you like it!
    http://readyornot-newyear.blogspot.com/

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  28. Love it! Your projects came out great, super cute. Thanks for linking up!

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  29. Great projects! Now my mind is starting to wander with new ideas:-)
    Hoppykindergarten.blogspot.com

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  31. I love your blog!!!Thank you for sharing!!!

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  32. What catches my eye is the wonderful graphic sitting on top of your math shelf. All the little classroom mantras make for a great piece! Did you make it yourself?

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    1. Thanks! I love it too!! But I can't take credit for it. It came from eighteen25. Here's the link to their post where you can download one for yourself...

      http://eighteen25.blogspot.com/2011/04/subway-art-teacher-appreciation.html

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