Monday, July 16, 2012

READ Letters



I finally got to a summer craft project for my classroom and have linked up with Tara!!!



I used my Michaels' gift card from of my students to buy wooden letters R, E, A, and D.  ($3.99 a piece regular price)  I also bought the Back to School stack of scrapbook paper. ($19.99 regular price)

I traced and cut out the letters and glued them on to the wood using craft glue, I spread it out real thin with my finger.  I sanded around the edges.

My husband cut a board and painted it white.  He screwed and glued on the letters for me.

My last step was adding some ribbon and buttons.


20 comments:

  1. I love the paper you used to cover the letters. And the ribbon and buttons make it look so cute! Good job. I might have to make these, too.
    ~Andi

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  2. Your letters turned out so cute. You have inspired me.

    ✣ Miss Nelson✣
    Miss Nelson’s Blog

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  3. I like how you added ribbons and buttons to "READ" turned out great!

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  4. I LOVE your letters. I have this on my list of things to make before the summer is over. These are so cute.

    Krista
    stellar-students

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  5. I love these read letters. Each set is unique, but with the same great message. Thanks for sharing.

    Jill
    Bubbalulu.blogspot.com

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  6. So cute!!! I think the extra ribbon and buttons are what are missing from mine!! Thanks for sharing!

    ~Jessica
    Fabulous and Fun 4th Graders

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  7. Love your READ letters! Mounting it on wood was a great idea. Hmmm... I might have to rethink hanging mine on the wall. Thanks for sharing all your fabulous projects and classroom activities. I'm a new follower.

    Kim

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  8. So much personality. I love them.
    ~April
    The Idea Backpack
    ideabackpack@gmail.com

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  9. Your letters turned out super cute Kelly!! I have been wanting to do these all summer but I haven't gotten around to it yet! Hopefully I will soon!!

    Molly

    Lessons with Laughter

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  10. I love your sign; so cute. Sounds like you have a great husband like I do...:) Mine even helps me put up bulletin boards. He is so supportive of me and my teaching.

    Janna
    Fabulous Finch Facts

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  11. Thanks for the positive comments and I have discovered so many new blogs today!

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  12. Your letters came out wonderful!! Great job Kelly!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  13. Heyyyy I bought that paper pack as well! I loved the back-to-school papers in it! Too stinkin' cute! Your letters turned out fantastic. Great work!

    Sarah
    Miss A's Kindergarten

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  14. I love how your letters turned out! Good job!

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  15. I love your read sign! I am also your newest follower. I would love to have you come by and visit my blog!

    www.ateacherwithoutaclass.com

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  16. Cute! I also bought the letters for READ at Michaels! I think I might leave them white or spray paint them to match my room colors! I'm now following you!

    Cyndi
    Lacy's Letters

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  17. Hi Kelly! I left a post but then my computer got wonky so if you get 2 from me that's why...lol:) Love you READ letters, they turned out super cute!!! Thanks for linking up:) If you link up again next week, make sure you link your craft post...(if you want). I think you linked your home page...I am playing catchup since my vacay and it took me to your most recent post and I had to dig for your Monday Made It. Either way is fine just wanted to let you know. Thanks bunches for linking up:))

    4th Grade Frolics

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