Today I am so excited to share a new way to foil! Last year I shared a DIY Foiled Vinyl project that works great for a permanent surface. However, the vinyl needs to be pre-cut to the design you want to foil with a digital die cutting machine. The tutorial I am sharing today can be for those that do not have a die cutting machine (or to use with the print and cut feature if you do have one). Let me show you how this special vinyl works!
Right now I am loving the contrast of black, white, and gold in my work space. It really is inspiring! I needed a few more ways to add color and photos in the room and thought a fun message board would be perfect. So I took this simple unfinished wooden arrow and made it into something special yet practical!
A practical gift that has great presentation makes an impression when it comes to Teacher Appreciation gifts. I also love a project that comes together quick, especially when there are 9 teachers to make for! I created a note booklet that uses a basic card and envelope, which is great because you can use any card set you love or have on hand to make this yourself!
Hands-on sensory experiences have always been a part of my curriculum when I taught preschool, directed children's ministries, and at home. I love pulling out my recipe book, where I have collected hundreds of mixtures from other teachers for over 20 years, that I have tweaked to make my own. I have decided it was time I shared these recipes with you! This particular slime recipe that we always called "Flubber" is a favorite with older children, yet my 3 year old daughter loves it just as much as my 10 year old son.