Teacher Creativity Blog Hop

It's no secret that I *love* to craft… so when Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores contacted me to take part in their #teachercreativity blog hop, I jumped at the chance!

My little projects all center around teacher's new best friend:  Washi Tape!  I picked up some chevron tape in my classroom colors: pink, blue, and an orangey-yellow {I also have green in my room, but skipped it this time}.  I had so much fun putting the tape on… everything!  It's so easy to use, because you can reposition it 'til you get it just right.

First, I dressed up some clothespins!  I'm super excited about these-- they are so much better than plain clothespins!  I switched out the boring pins on my hallway display for the new and improved Washi version. :)

Next, I added a little detail to my bright pink 3-drawer container!  I bought this container from Jo-Ann over the summer… isn't it so pretty?  Never mind that it's empty. ;) 

Then I taped up a wooden letter P {for my last initial}, and set it out on my desk.

And last but not least… I prettied up some paint cans! :)  I added a Washi border to the top and bottom rims of the cans.  I used a scallop punch on some chalkboard vinyl to make the labels on the tops of the cans.  Aaaand I attached the little lid openers to the can handles with some pretty, matching ribbon!  Now I just have to fill them!

Want to get crafting, ASAP?  You're in luck!!  Head to Jo-Ann this weekend, and snag your purchase for 25% off the total!

Before you go, be sure to sign up for the Teacher Rewards Program!  Click {HERE} or on the picture below to get 15% off every purchase, every day!

Now that you're coupon-ready, head on over to my friends' blogs for more crafting inspiration!    

Hooray for #teachercreativity!!

The following review is part of a Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores® campaign.  I received compensation for this review; however, this is my personal, honest opinion based on my experience.


Alex Paterson said...

Those pegs are tooooo cute. Trying to find some tape in Australia.


Miss Kindergarten said...

OBSESSED!!! Those colors, chevron, washi, cupcake?!?! All of my favorite things!!! <3

Jennifer White said...

LOVE the clothes pins!
First Grade Blue SKies

Julie @ The Teaching Bug said...

I love the snowman activity and the colors you chose. Nice and bright for the dull winter days.

Kinder Alphabet said...

I love the clothespins!


Krista Carlson said...

Washi tape is so versatile. Love all of your cute crafts!

The Second Grade Superkids

Jodi said...

So many great ideas for washi tape. Gorgeous!
Fun In First

Susie Shafer said...

Thanks for getting me hooked on Washi tape (although I went to my local Jo-Ann this morning, and they had never heard of Washi!)...I'll be making those adorable clothespins this afternoon!

Shafer's Shenanigans 

Mrs. Sheehan said...

I am in love with those clothespins! I am going to have to make some of those soon for my classroom! Thanks for the idea :)

Miss DeCarbo said...

You made so many cute creations! :) I love them all! We used your Polar Bear pack this week and had so much fun!

Miss DeCarbo at Sugar and Spice

Mrs. C said...

Great ideas!

Jacqueline said...

I never heard of washi tape and now I am very excited to go to Michael's this weekend to browse the color and pattern selection! I love crafting things to make my class more fun and attractive! You are very creative! Thanks for sharing!

I is for Inspire

Kelly M said...

Hi! Love all the cute ideas!
Do you take those pictures of your classroom on your phone or a camera or Instragram? If from Instagram how do you get them into a post? Also, how do you add in your logo "a cupcake for a teacher" on the photo? Thanks in advance for your time!
Love to Teach A-Latte

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