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Monday, July 7, 2014

Monday Made It {Spray Paint Style}

Do you know how hard it is to find Satin Island Splash Spray Paint?! I have been working on these projects for a while but ran out of spray paint and it has taken 2 weeks, 5 stores and a phone call before finding the last bottle and asking them to hold it until the morning. I will be stalking the stores to stock up on this spray paint bottle though because I am sure there will be more projects to be completed and this color is just wayyy to perfect! Without further ado my Monday Made It Projects....


I am just in love with these frames from Michaels! I picked them up a while ago and have been completing some various projects around the house and still have several so I knew just what to do! I added my classroom spray paint color and jazzed them up and I am using them to display my classroom rules. I still have a few more frames with a couple ideas in my head of what I am going to do with them. You can read more about my classroom rules and why I am going in this direction here!


My next project is Pinterest Inspired and has been on my to-do list for a looooong time. I found these perfect letters at Hobby Lobby 50% off, for a grand total of $4.00 for 4 letters! They are the paper mache letters so extremely lightweight and can hang anywhere! Added my favorite spray paint color and ta-da! Sorry for the shadow and bad lighting but I was so excited to cross this off my list. :)


I took my old First Day of Kindergarten Frame (was not feeling the color) jazzed it up with the pretty blue paint and ta-da!! Don't you just love the glittery letters?!


 My last one has nothing to do with spray paint because lets face it, it would be gross. I am in love with these roasted potatoes and they are so easy. We had these for dinner Sunday Night with some grilled chicken and yummy pasta salad. MMMM. Just cut up your red potatoes, toss them in olive oil season with some salt & pepper bake at 350 for about 45 minutes and them ENJOY!!! I told you it is easy and a family favorite!



Don't forget to hop back over to 4th Grade Frolics for the rest of the Monday Made Its!

17 comments:

  1. Soooo cute! I especially love the frames! Great idea!

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  2. Love your rules! Super cute and colorful!

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  3. Your frames and 1st Day of School frame looke awesome! I'm loving the glitter letters!!!
    Erin
    Short and Sassy Teacher

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  4. I need to add a first day frame to my crafting to do list! Very cute!

    Jenny
    Livin’ the Third Grade Dream

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    1. The best part is...it is super easy and quick to make!

      ~Katie

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  5. I love the first day of school frame. I bet the parents really enjoy having that memory.

    Meagan
    oodlesofteachingfun

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    1. Every year that is what my most parents are so excited to see!

      ~Katie

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  6. I've been doing the WBT approach the past few years and LOVE IT! I am also "stealing" how you've modified the classroom rules. Nice Job!

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  8. If you are going to purchase the paint sprayer, it will definitely come in mind that whether you should choose a HVLP paint sprayer or an Airless paint sprayer.

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  9. Very cute frames! Make me want to do something like this :)

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  10. Love your rules! Super cute and colorful!

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  11. Nice article, using great equipment to measure the thickness of your paint will produce you with good information about your stuffs.

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