Cute DIY idea! If you're like me and are over your head in books, then this is a perfect idea for one of your old, unread titles. Or have a favorite passage from your favorite well-read tome? Pick up a used copy and use that passage for this! Mod podge the pages to a small canvas. Paint, or write in a beautiful calligraphy whatever message you want!
The Classroom Library Hall of Fame (get inspiration!)
Ready to light up your secondary classroom reading library? This post is stuffed with ideas and inspiration for book displays, flexible seating, organization, and more. Take a tour through Instagram and come out inspired. Plus, get a free set of classroom library posters to draw your students’ eyes toward your amazing books.
Molly Maloy on Instagram: “The other side of my classroom library! Love these marquee letters from Target!! #lessonswithlaughterlibrary”
Super cute classroom library! Includes marquee letters from Target.
What the Art Teacher Wore #161
Hello, Monday. Let's Do This: So much to do...so little time. Story of my procrastinating life, y'all! I ride the struggle bus everyday and wonder, "just how does the other half live?" Oh, the life of an unorganized hawt mess art teacher. The fun NEVER ends. dress and necklace: made by me! here; sweater: thrifted; belt and crinoline: Amazon; shoes: Marshall's Oh, y'all. Don't let the smile fool you. It's that wild -n- crazy time o' year: Art Show! Thankfully I am backed with The Best parent…
Thrifty Thursday......Book page Lamp
I’m always looking for ways to use book pages. Don’t get me wrong….I LOVE BOOKS! But when you can pick up used books for pennies its just too much fun to tear them apart! Here’s a super cheap & unique way to make a great “reading” lamp shade. The total for the shade & book cost $0.70 !! You’ll need an old book, shade, circle cutter, and some Mod Podge. First tear out a stack of pages. Set your cutter to apox. 4 inches. If you don’t have a circle cutter you could always trace a plastic lid…