Monday, July 30, 2012

Made It Monday

Ahh, my first Made It Monday.

 I am the first to admit that  I'm not the most crafty person. I love Pinterest and this linky because I live craft-vicariously through all of you. Here are two little things I've done recently.

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 So, I'm not sure if that one counts as making something but I went to three different office supply stores Saturday and darn it I was getting it done! (The first one didn't have the employee in yet and the second had a problem with their cutter)

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 What have you been working on?

7 Replies:

Amanda said...

I really would love to do that to all my professional books. I really love being able to bend pages backwards and leave a book open on a specific page. I didn't know that you could do that at Staples.. definitely may have to make this happen.

Reaching for the TOP!

Brandi said...

I didn't know Staples did that either! Thanks for sharing!

Success in Second Grade

Lisa R. said...

That is good to know! I didn't know that Staples did that either. That would be so helpful with so many of my professional books!
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Stephanie said...

I too am a vicarious Pinterest crafter. I'm trying to get better though!! lol Thanks for sharing this Staples tip!

❤ -Stephanie
Falling Into First

polkadotfirsties said...

I would have never thought to do that to a book!
I love your lollipop flower. I think I want to make one too!

Julie Marciniak said...

I too LOVE the lollipop flower! I just finished the sisters' CAFE conference in Ann Arbor and I am taking my book to have it binded like yours! Great ideas!

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Miss R said...

That is such a great idea to have Staples coil bind your Daily 5 book! I should do that, too. My Jan Richardson (guided reading) book is frustrating to use! Thanks for the idea! :)

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