I can not believe that I am FINALLY on summer break! After Spring Break I felt like the end of the school year was never going to come. Friday was my last day and I am looking forward to completing all of my summer projects, well at least most of them. :)
Last Monday I had the privelage of giving away 3,000 books! Our school district provides a FREE Book Fair for all K-5 students. With the help of Scholastic our students get to take home FIVE brand new books! It's a lot of work, but worth it all when I get to see how happy the kids are when they own books that they enjoy!
Like most of my project ideas I decided I needed a shirt for my favorite day as an Instructional Coach at the last minute. I pulled out my Cricut, found the following clip art and attempted to make myself a shirt. I am LOVING heat transfer vinyl and will warn you now that you will most likely see LOTS of #MondayMadeIt projects with it!
Due to the detail in the original image, this shirt took forever and didn't turn out how I had planned. Either way I love the end result and received lots of compliments on it from students and teachers.
I made these t-shirts for my boys teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week. They loved them!
My friend wanted to add a decal to her husband's Yeti like cup for Father's Day. He is a huge NC State fan so I made him the NC wolf logo. I can't wait to hear about his reaction once he receives his gift!
My friend also wanted some add personalization to her dad's cups for Father's Day and requested these images. I LOVE layering vinyl, even though it can be tricky at times. :)