26 September 2014

Five for Friday

I finally put my Silhouette Cameo cutter that I received for my birthday to good use!   I found these Halloween buckets at Michaels {they are purple with black chevron going around them} for $1.99.  I used my cutter to cut a Vine Monogram of my girl's initials out of vinyl. And ta-da you have a cute trick-or-treat bucket.  Then I took ribbon and tied it all around the handle.   I think they turned out pretty cute for my first time!

I finished up this task card/scoot 5 piece set!   I love Duck Dynasty {probably because I live in Louisiana} and so does my class.  So I know they will have fun with this just for the simple fact it has the characters Duck Dynasty Characters on it!!!

It was Super Hero Day at my girl's school! Thank goodness for the boy section at Old Navy.  We found the shirts and girly them up.  Then I printed out mask from the internet on colored card stock and sprinkled a little glitter and glue around the edges.  I think it is not to shabby for pieces thrown together on a short notice!!!

In my class we did a fall writing.  We used the freebie template from Wild about Firsties!  They are suppose to be acorns, although some of them look like hamburgers.

Have a great weekend!  Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek.  I {heart} comments and followers!!



  1. Your last minute costumes are adorable and so creative! I love the tutu :)

  2. I totally saw acorns, not hamburgers! I love your girls' super hero costumes. They can really rock glitter masks. I immediately went and put you Duck Dynasty fact cards in my cart at TPT. My 3rd graders could use some review. Although I'm a Northern girl (Connecticut), I'm a fan of the Robertsons. Have a great week!
    Laughter and Consistency

    1. Thanks for stopping by! The mask were their favorite part and the easiest to make!!!


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