Friday, August 27, 2010

Sign For Teacher

Earlier this week we attended a "meet your teacher" kind of thing at my littlest chick's future preschool. She starts next week. I have a big mix of emotions about the whole thing. I am definitely excited about her teacher, so we had to show her a little love with a sign.
In my head I had pictured a neutral tone sign with a little elegance. Then I asked my four year old which paper she liked. Oops. She picked the pink paper with pink hearts and little swirlies. So that's what we went with, it is supposed to be from her after all.
Tall Man cut a piece of particle board to 7x9 inches, then I drilled holes in the top for the wire to come through. I cut my pretty paper to size and applied it with Mod Podge. I used my Cricut to cut the letters, using the Zoobaloo cartridge. Again, I used Mod Podge to put the letters on. Twisted some wire and tied on a pink ribbon. There ya go!
It is pretty girlie and the boy students may not like it much but I know my little chick likes it and was super proud to give it to her teacher.
Blessings.

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