My students dressed for October !
These are the giant pilgrims and Indians my friend and I made on the cricut, using poster board.
These are my paper doll students all dressed up in November.
This held all of our monster munch mix(that is not what is inside of the bucket in this pic!)
This was the basket our school gave as a welcome gift for the new Superintendent! It says, "We are so happy to have you as our new team leader!" the cheerleaders were made from one of the Paper Doll carts!(I'm going to keep more details on new projects since I have a blog!)
These are the mother's day invitations I made for our big celebration! I found something similar on the cricut message board last year(I wish I could remember who to give credit too!) Anyway....it took a lifetime to make them all,but the moms loved them!
This is a snow globe writing activity that my Kinders made. I used basic Cricut shapes to resemble a snowglobe! Look how cute!
Below is a beginning of school bulletin board where I made apple frames on the Cricut !
This is a collage of some of my Wild West cartridge creations. I love this cartridge!!!!! I will add a close up of the wanted posters soon. They are adorable!
This is a thank you note that I made for my favorite local pizza place. He came and demonstrated pizza making for the children. Inside the giant pizza slice, was a conglomeration of pictures from the event!
This is the Adopt a School certificate that was made with everyday Paper Dolls and My Community! Oh....and Accent Essentials.
I finally used my Nursery Rhyme cartridge! This sign, along with 24 membership cards, was created to signify entrance into a very prestigious club!:)
This is the sign I made with Car Decals(love it) to greet early childhood specialist Dr. Jean Feldman at the airport!!!! We waited and waited and got lots of looks....I'm sure it was because the sign was so cute!
When we finally arrived at our school with Dr. Jean, who came to give our school a free concert(we were so blessed), I couldn't wait to show her the welcome banner I made on the Cricut ! I don't know what carts I used because I didn't write down the details(Pre-blog design).
Below is our award winning school Christmas float. Our team worked so hard on it. I made the letters from the Feeling Groovy cartridge and the holiday lights and holley from Christmas Cheer!
Below is a photo collage that my friends and I worked on for our great new principal !! We wanted to create something for his office to represent his first year at our school. I used Accent Essentials, My Community, Cuttin Up, and Create A Critter for the Cricut decorations!