Tuesday, July 19, 2011

What are you in LoVe with? Linky Party

Jennifer over at First Grade Blue Skies is hosting a "What are you in love with?" Linky Party! What a great way to see lots of really cool stuff all in one spot-great idea girl! Be sure to check it out!

Well, I have become addicted to fun animal print. I'm doing a "Wild About Learning" jungle theme this year so everywhere I look I see ZEBRA print!!! I found this cute pattern about a month ago when I made a quick stop at the teacher store (I know! I know! What the heck was I doing in the teacher store just a couple weeks AFTER school got out???? lol) Anyway, here it is.... COLORFUL LEOPARD by Frog Street Press. I think I bought EVERY coodinating piece they sold!!! Love it!
I also really love Lettering Delights! It has some really cool fonts-{WARNING: the font thing can get a little addicting!!!}

Speaking of "Adorable Animal Print," I am almost finished with my newest classroom project: a jungle-theme canopy for my doorway. I will be posting the pics very soon {it is turning out soooo darn CUTE!!} Time to get back to my project!


  1. Thanks for linking up! Love the animal prints!
    First Grade Blue SKies

  2. Hobby Lobby has some cute animal print desk items - stapler, tape holder, pencil organizer. Also the vacation bible school section had some animal things that I am using for my jungle theme. I am doing a combo class - so my first graders will be the zebras and second graders the giraffes. Also you can find duct tape in animal prints.

  3. I'm a new follower and your blog design is so adorable!
    First Grade Frame of Mind

  4. Thanks for the scoop on animal print Jo Ann! Guess we all know what that means...Yep! I'm off to Hobby Lobby (again!)
    Christie :)

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