Monday, August 20, 2012

Monday Made It


Oooooh, my favorite time of the week! A big shout out to Tara at 4th Grade Frolics her
marvelous Monday Made It linky!

There is a reason everybody is doing them.....

I couldn't resist making birthday pencil toppers. 

Here is what I needed:
  • bin ($2.50 Target Dollar Aisle)
  • florist foam ($2 Dollar Tree)
  • Pencils ($2 Dollar Tree)
  • Mod Modge
  • tape
  • printed and laminated pencil toppers
  • printed bin label
Total Cost: $6

1. I Mod Podged the bin label to the front of the bin

2. I glued the florist foam into the bottom of the bin

3. I taped the pencil toppers to the pencils (on the back!)


4. Then I stuck the pencils into the foam, like a bouquet

Voila!

Now I know you are dying with curiosity about the mustache in the frame. It's a singing mustache card. We had given one to my Olivia for her birthday, but she wouldn't give it up to me. I bought my own at Target for a whopping $7. $7 for a card?! Only for a singing mustache would I pay that kind of money. 

I tore the back off the card. Then I put some 'stache scrapping paper in the frame without the glass. A few dabs of glue later and THIS is what my kids will get to play on their birthday (no regular old "happy birthdays" in my room, no sir).


video


Because I am a happy mustachio I am throwing this out there for free for all my mustachio-ed friends. 


Because, really, who doesn't want to have a Magical Mustache Day?




5 comments:

  1. I love these birthday pencils! I also love your blog name and design! I just became a follower and would love for you to drop by and check out my blog when you get a chance!
    Patti :)
    A Series of 3rd Grade Events

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  2. I tried clicking to download the pencil toppers, but it won't let me ::(
    Marianne
    mabteacher1@gmail.com

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    1. Oh my goodness, what did I do? Well, I've fixed it and how you should be able to to go download it. Sorry about that!!

      Heather

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