Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Would you believe it Wednesday?

Hello blogisphere and crafty friends!  I know!  I keep turning up on Wednesdays!  I love a challenge!
 Today I'm sharing more school decor projects.
The Cricut is for more than just scrapbooking and card making, this wondrous little machine has allowed me to spruce up my girls school.
 Here's the birthday bulletin board:
This board is changed bi-monthly, each child's name
 is put up on the boardwhen it's their birthday.  This was for our summer birthdays.
I used  Life is a Beach for this one.  Cuttin' Up! was used for the Happy Birthday!

Next are signs for our schools annual family picnic.  Cuttin' Up!, Doodlecharms, Everyday Paper Dolls, Indie Art, Plantin Schoolbook, Opposites Attract, Accent Essentials, Locker Talk, Graphically Speaking, New Arrival, and more!!
(There are so many feature keys used on these items today, I can't even begin to tell you them all! )

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  1. Everything is just awesome. I bet you are a big favorite at your daughter's school!

  2. Love love Love your bulletin board and posters! Great job!!!!

  3. You are a wild Cricut cuttin' chick!!! Do you ever sleep?!! :-)

    ~Tammy S

  4. wow your school is rockin' out!

  5. Way to use your cricut outside the box! Love that you used it for spicing up the school boards!! Christina

  6. Wow Lisa! Awesome job with the bulletin board and the signs! I bet your daughters teacher LOVES you!! I'm a preschool teacher and absolutely love using my cricut in the classroom!! I wish I had room moms like you that did too!!

  7. oh... hope you don't mind... I pinned your birthday bulletin board on pinterest! I definitely want to remember this idea for an upcoming birthday board when I go back into teaching. TFS!!