I had every intention in linking up with 4th Grade Frolics last Monday for “Monday Made It”, but–alas–life got in the way! This month I have made SO many things for TpT and for my classroom, but I thought I’d share a quick and easy “I have a problem that needs solvin'” project. I am a scrapbooker AND a teacher which means I have PAPER EVERYWHERE. I often have strips of paper left from trimming down photos and/or preparing class projects, and it always seems like such a shame to throw them in the recycling bin. My students are constantly using their valuable sticky notes as bookmarks, so I put the two together and . . .
|I found this cute little bucket in the Dollar Spot at a local establishment that should have a parking spot reserved for me. Just a suggestion… I then dabbled around making a sign on my computer and printed it off.|
|I mounted the sign on cardstock and then lined up my bucket so I knew how big to cut it.|
|I love my laminator!|
|I tested it out to find where the holes in the bucket were…|
|…so these little guys could hold it all together!|
|Ta da! That’s it!|
I know it isn’t very fancy or spectacular, but it’s solving a few problems and I think my students will like it! Have a great week, everyone! Stop by and check out the other great “Made It’s” as well–the link is at the top of this post!