I have been diligently preparing for the arrival of my first little baby and I have made LOTS of stuff for her nursery. I will share that first and then I have a little frog dissection presentation I made for school that I will share.
Let me just do a little plug for Zazzle.com. I had these three little prints printed from them and they did a fantastic job. I drew/traced these using Adobe Illustrator and picked my own custom size and sent the digital files to Zazzle and they printed them for me. Let me just say that they did a fantastic job and I think I only spent about $20 for all three of these, including shipping. These hang right above my Little Olive's crib. Love. I also did one for the bathroom with little rubber duckies, but it hasn't come in yet.
Next is this fun little O. I love this. It was so easy and fun to make and I got so lucky with the yarn color! It looks like it was meant to go with my nursery set and I am so happy with how it turned out. I picked up a letter, the yarn and those fun little flowers from the great Hobby Lobby and a half hour later, I had this final product. I also tied that ribbon there about that little mirror. This is right above the changing table. I'll get to check out how amazing I look every night while I'm changing poopie diapers. Well planned. At least it's cute in there!
Anyway, that does it for my home edition of Monday Made It. On to school. As you may or may not know, we are dissecting frogs this week. Yep, in the FIFTH grade! I am so excited for these kiddos. They cannot stop talking about it. Anyway, I made a little presentation for it so that they can follow along whilst we are carving our frogs. Below are some snap shots of the best pages, but if you happen to be dissecting frogs and need a presentation companion, click here to download the entire file. It's a "PDF Presentation", meaning that I created it in Adobe InDesign and exported a PDF because I absolutely refuse to use PowerPoint. You view it the same way you would a PowerPoint - but just with Adobe Reader instead.
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