I found the sweetest fabric – great for classroom curtains, pillows, and bulletin boards. I love the idea of bringing different patterns into your classroom. Most of us use just boring bulletin board paper – think of adding fabric in unexpected places to create a room that says WOW!
I bought a yard of the Heather Bailey fabric and got it in the mail today. Well, I wasn’t crazy about it. What to do now? I would like a “sweet” classroom this year – something I will feel happy working in all day long. I want gingham for sure – LOVE gingham! Here is one of my ideas… Bird Theme (Love, love, love birds) Blues, greens, browns, big tree,
Have you ever tried Pinterest? If you haven’t, check out mine! Click on the Pinterest banner at the top of the page and look at all of the fun boards I have created. No need to rip out pages in magazines anymore – just pin it!!! Pinterest is one of my newest addictions! Find my polka dot and daisy board for a sneak peek of the fabulous classroom that I
With Schoolgirl Style just starting out, I am trying to decide what themes I would like to post first. The ideas never stop in my head. I go to bed thinking about decorating, wake up thinking about decorating. I see inspiration in everything and everywhere I go. I get an idea, then change my mind two days later because I thought of something better. Creating my own classroom is a
Well, I got through my first photo shoot today for my polka dot and daisy classroom. Whew! I am exhausted! I used my kid’s playroom as my mock classroom. Lots of moving furniture and lots of decorating! I was really happy with the finished product. I knew it looked good when a few school-aged boys came into the house and were ooohing and ahhhing over the room! They made my