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The view from my desk in my nearly-finished classroom. School officially starts tomorrow, though I have been here for several weeks preparing, decorating, and testing students.
It’s come to my attention that – at least for the next little while – teaching will be keeping me impressively busy. So I shall be taking a bit of a blogging hiatus until I see how things will settle out. I want to give my students all my energy (thought I of course won’t forget to care for myself!) and focus on this tenuous first year in my career. I’m uncertain when and if I’ll be back to blogging here regularly, but I anticipate a few fun projects and great ideas will be shared periodically.
So, with much love, I bid you adieu… for now!
Happy Monday all! With school starting up, I expect to be busier and busier, so I’m switching back to Tuesday and Thursday postings (after skipping Friday, apparently. XD). Hope to have some great projects from the classroom coming up soon! See you tomorrow!
Even though this is not Twitter (although you can check mine out @charmedseed, of course!), I wanted to share a few of the blogs I’ve been following lately!
Metal and Mud: Holy brilliant ideas, Batman! I ran into this blog while participating in Thing-A-Day this year, and this artist is constantly working and creating. Not only that, but she has a collection of amazing jewelry and art at Etsy, too! The perpetual calendar project in the photo is simply AMAZING!
Craftastrophe: Is exactly what it sounds like. Occasionally NSFW, silly and even occasionally appalled at some of the nuttier craft ideas out there, this blog is sure to bring a laugh or two to your day! I pity the fool who doesn’t read this blog!
crafting an education: Here’s where I’m a total tool and toot my own horn. This is my more education-leaning blog, but with a crafting aftertaste. I discuss some of my teaching and learning here, but I also identify fun teaching-related crafts, organization, and décor! I love making this connection between my two passions.
Go for it, share your favorite (or your own!) blogs!
Even though I’ve been posting daily about my thing-a-day adventures, I’ve still been reading and enjoying my growing list of blogs on Google Reader! I feel like I’ve *starred* just TONS in the past little while, and they really deserve sharing. So here they are!
How-To: Felt Pizza Set @Craftzine – So adorable!
How-To: Photorealistic Gadget Pouches @Craftzine – Love these! So simple, so stylish!
Texas Twosome: Ceremony Part 1 @Weddingbee – I was enchanted by their vows.
treasure hunting: keys @Design*Sponge – I love keys, what can I say?
sewing 101: stuffed hearts @Design*Sponge – These would make great gift-giving devices for wedding parties, eh?
modern twist: studio trivetz @Design*Sponge – These are fantastic, and I want some.
Keeping Track of Allen Wrenches @ApartmentTherapy – No seriously, who doesn’t have a million of these?
Shades of Grey @Weddingbee – A great post for me because I too am looking at grey dresses for my girls.
And of course, BHLDN, care of Anthropologie, has been all over the blogosphere. As if you didn’t already own my soul.
So, where have you been this month that needs to be shared?
Okay, a break from wedding stuff! Ha! Mostly. I came across a delightful post from Dollar Store Crafts today in my reader, featuring these amazing and gorgeous dresses.
The best part? They’re made of PAPER. Can you believe it? I didn’t even realize until I read on further. I really felt drawn to these after looking at… here it comes… wedding dresses this weekend!
Tomorrow begins thing-a-day, in which I hope to create something new every day of the month! What an exciting challenge! My theme will be wearables, buuuut, I might have to stick a few wedding things in here and there. I’ll be back tomorrow with my first “thing” and since tomorrow is a snow day here in frosty Colorado, maybe it’ll be something BIG! See you then!
I don’t have a child, but once I do, I’m pretty sure I need him or her to have this: