Monday Made It - Welcome Sign

I finished another project and I'm really happy with how it turned out.  I wanted to make a new welcome sign for my classroom.  Here is what I came up with:

This project was made using my Cricut, scrapbook paper, and glue stick.  Each circle has a diameter of about 4.5 in.  I plan to place them in an arch on my classroom door.  Since my theme will be stars, I will place each child's name on a star on the door.  I need a catchy phrase, though.  My last name starts with B.  Perhaps Mrs. B____'s Brightest Stars?  Hmm...a little help here :)

Originally I was going to only use green, purple, and blue in the classroom, but after seeing my new classroom, I think I'll need to brighten things up a bit with some other colors. Plus, using the other colors will be a little friendlier on the budget since I won't need to purchase new book tubs in the colors I want.

I'm linking up with Tara @ 4th Grade Frolics on this one :)  Stop by her blog to see what other amazing projects have been created!


Kristi said...

Don'tcha just love having a Cricut? I only wish I was more creative so I would know what to do with it. Your welcome sign is great and I'm sure your kiddos will love it.

Learning's a Hoot

Lisa R. said...

I absolutely love your welcome sign! It's just another reason why I need to cave in and buy a Cricut! It looks great Storie! :)
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Mary said...

These would make a great banner, too! I love using a Cricut!

Teaching Special Kids

Kara said...

I love your welcome banner! I never wanted a Cricut more than since I've started this Monday Made It thing ;)


Lauren said...

Oh. My. Word. I must have that sign!!!! Storie you are AWESOME!! I am seriously about to go borrow my neighbors Cricut tonight!

Lauren C

Tara said...

That turned out awesome!!! Love it! Thanks for linking up:) I'm thinking I need to go buy a Cricut too!!

4th Grade Frolics

Jessica said...

I wish I had a cricut! Your welcome sign is so cute!! I have that on my to do list for this week except I will be cutting by hand some.

Tammy said...

That's too cute.
❀ Tammy
Forever in First

Jena Snowden said...

Super cute!!

1st Grade with Miss Snowden

Inspired in Second said...

Hi Storie,
So jealous of your Cricut! My sister has one and I've been tempted to sneak into her house and snatch it up. Your sign looks great.
I have a little award for you! Come on over.
- Amanda
Inspired in Second

April Walker said...

Very cute!
The Idea Backpack

Mrs. Wathen said...

Can you tell me what cartridges you used on the cricut. VERY CUTE:)

The Resourceful Apple

Jill said...

I love your welcome sign. Thanks for sharing.


mjfavre said...

Your welcome letters are so cute!!


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A Teacher Without a Class said...

I love you welcome sign! What a nice way to start the year and each day! I am your newest follower. I would love to have you come by and visit and even join my latest giveaway!

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