#teacherweek15 - Classroom Tour

Primary Chalkboard

I made the Oh, Hello above my door and the arrows on the side with my Silhouette Cameo.

  This year, I was just completely inspired by the bright polka dotstriped, and chevron borders from Teacher Created Resources.  

Birthday Balloons: What the Teacher Wants
Crate labels: Chalkboard Decor Freebie
Borrow Bucket: What the Teacher Wants
Power Pellets: What the Teacher Wants
Bins: Dollar Tree
Chalkboard Banner: Target Party Section
Chalkboard Bulletin Boards: I'm Blog Hoppin'

READ sign: my Silhouette Cameo
The subway art is my FAVORITE: Hope King's Desire to Inspire pack
Frames: Ikea and Hobby Lobby
Pillow and table skirt: My mom
Rug: Zulily 

Colorful Rainbow

View from the outside looking in.

My biggest {and hardest} project was making this giant rainbow. This wall was covered with old {ugly} orange carpet and I knew that I wanted to hide it. I used about 12 yards of bright blue fabric and covered the entire wall. Then, I had to figure out a way to make a giant rainbow. My first thought was to use fabric, but I decided to go with a cheaper option and used plastic table cloths from the party store. They were easy to cut in the paper slicer so I could make sure they were cut evenly. The hardest part was hanging them. You can see that I made a little ruffle by folding the plastic under a little bit and then I stapled it down every few inches. 
Another view of the rainbow. I know it's not perfect, but I really love how bright and colorful it makes my room look!  I used white plastic table cloths for the clouds at the bottom and styrofoam poster boards for the clouds on the sides. The sun is made out of a big piece of cardboard that I painted yellow and drew a smilie face on.

A view of the front of my room. I made the pennant banner in the front of the room by cutting out colorful scrapbook pages using my Silhouette Cameo and then I strung it together using tulle. You can also see some tissue paper pom poms that my awesome sister-in-law helped me make!

Thanks for visiting us! 

Blog Hoppin

Please link up with Blog Hoppin' and show us what your classroom looks like too! Use the hashtag #teacherweek15 on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter to show us your classrooms!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...