Monday Made It!

Once again, I'm linking up with Tara at Fourth Grade Frolics for Monday Made It!
So, I start back to work "officially" next week, although I've been there A LOT over the summer! I've been working on my classroom for the last week, and it's coming along nicely. Without further ado...some of my monday made its. 

I actually finished this last week, but I'm just now getting around to sharing it. This is my paper lantern "chandelier" for my classroom. Classy right? LOL 

Ok, so I know this doesn't look like much...YET! I just bought some subway genre posters from tpt that would probably look amazing here. Just saying. I borrowed this super cute idea from Clutter-Free Classroom
My positive postcards. I used some very cute Krista Wallden borders to create my positive postcards for this year. It's a set of 15 with encouraging/positive words at the top that I send to parents throughout the year. Yes, I'm corny!

Hi, my name is Krisanna, and I make my own laundry detergent. :) It's been about six months, so it was time to make laundry detergent. I love putting it in this lovely little container. It only costs me $1.71 and it lasts for six months worth of laundry. Plus, it doesn't break my skin out, it cleans wonderfully, I can scent it however I want (Last time it was mango. This time it's cucumber melon), and it saves me a bundle (laundry detergent is like $9 a gallon...ugh).

My final Monday Made It, which I somehow don't have a label for...

                                                   Monday Made It 5!

This is my version of Learning in Wonderland's student work board. Mine is for exceptional work. My high school students love to brag. This is a perfect way to let them brag about good things! I love how it turned out! 

I had a couple of the clothespins with bows left over, so I put magnets on the back to use as clips on my whiteboard! Win!

                                                What did you make for Monday Made It?


  1. Very cute! I am using paper lanterns this year too, but I didn't think of a chandelier...I love it!
    Endeavors in Education

    1. Thanks. I think I saw something similar on Pinterest. :)