I was happy with how they turned out, so I printed and laminated them. Then I realized that the pink cupcakes didn't match the colors my classroom. I didn't want to change the whole color scheme in my classroom, so I remade them in black with white polka dots to match my red & black polka dot theme. I love, love, love them! They look perfect in my classroom; plus polka dots just make me happy.
I created several different colored cupcake birthday displays and put them in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. I do still have a laminated set of the pink cupcakes so if you could use them for your classroom leave a comment.
Crafty Freaks Project #4 was a bookshelf re-do. I had this bookshelf in my classroom. We don't have a lot in the way of storage in my classroom so the fabric on this shelf hides the materials that we don't want the preschoolers to have.
We decided the shelf needed a little make over so I made two red curtains that can tie up to give the children access to the materials or we can untie the curtains and cover the shelves to limit access to materials. I added some red metal storage buckets I bought at Target a few years back to add some extra storage.
Crafty freaks Project #5 is a set of colored ribbons for my classroom. I'm a special ed preschool teacher so I love creating things I can use in my classroom to teach and reinforce skills. I found two sets of wooden drapery rings at a consignment shop this summer. I cut then tied four foot strands of ribbon onto the rings. I made 2 rings of each color and a set of six rainbow ribbons. We're going to have lots of fun with these.
There you have it my Crafty Freaks catch up session. Now I have to decide what my next Crafty Freaks project will be.