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Monday, July 8, 2013

Monday Made It

My Monday Made It is getting posted a little late today. Hubby's car is currently having issues so that means I have to drive him to work (he works 30 minutes away) so I've been out and about a lot of the day. Scored some great deals on school supplies ;)

Now on to my Monday Made Its. I am linking up with 4th Grade Frolics.

1: My First Giveaway

Details can be found at this link:

2: Post-It Holder

I've been seeing these all over so I made mine this week.
I even made a few more as gifts, but just in case the recipients are reading I am not posting those.
I will post after they have been given (not until mid August)

3: Cute Pointers

I have also seen these all over Pinterest and they were so adorable I just had to make them.
Going to look for some more options tomorrow.

4: Multiplication Game

This lovely idea came from 4th Grade Frolics blog. It's just a start seeing as I am still collecting the caps.
The problems are on green labels on the outside and answers are on blue labels on the inside.
So far I have 12s, 11s, 10s, and 9s done. Now I have to recruit more people to collect caps for me so I can finish them up!

5-many more: TPT projects

I have made all kinds of new products for my store and I have even more that I am working on. If you are interested in seeing my new items head on over to my store:


  1. Cute stuff! The pointers are adorable. I love the post-it holder!
    Fabulous Fifth Grade Fun

  2. I have to agree that your made its are adorable! I'm digging the giraffe pointer so much! :)

    Reaching for the TOP!

  3. Can you talk about how you made the post-it holder? Those would be great gifts for kids... & grown-ups too! How is the pad stuck & exactly what is is stuck to?

    1. I bought plastic picture frames from Dollar Tree, printed my background, stuck it in, taped it, and then glued the post-its on using hot glue. They are super simple to make and super cheap!

  4. I think your blog is so adorable! I just nominated your blog for the Leibster Award! Check it out at my blog! A Teaspoon of Teaching:

  5. Thanks for sharing your great made its! Laughed when you said you had to drive a half hour--I do that every day to work and then back. :0) After awhile it becomes a nice down-time with little distraction....Just found your blog today and am a new follower!

    Sarah @ Hoots N Hollers