DIY Projects, Giveaways, and a Linky Party

Blogging is so addicting!  Just when I find an idea I really like and start to create it, I start blog stalking again and find a bazillion more ideas that I want to implement and other fun stuff that makes up the blog world.
I had planned to get the creative juices going this weekend.  I finished up my flower pens and was starting the brownie points project from Sarah at First Grader at Last,

the Pick Me Pot from Teri at A Cupcake for the Teacher
and a few other things.  I went to school today and was able to begin organizing my art supplies (I ran out of bins so I have to go back to the dollar store this weekend...boy I have a lot of stuff!).  I brought the cardstock for the 2 projects above so I could laminate them, but our laminating machine was out of film.  Really!!!  Guess I'll ask the office on Monday when we expect to get it in.  If it's gonna take too long I'll go to Lakeshore and have it laminated...I want these done!

So on to the giveaways!
Lisa at Learning is Something to Treasure is having a wonderful giveaway for reaching 200 followers. 

There are 9 freebies from various awesome bloggers as well as a $10 TPT gift certificate!  It would be awesome to win this!

Another awesome giveaway celebrating summer is being done by Tonya at Tonya's Treats for Teachers!

 5 is her favorite number and hopefully it will be mine and I can win this!

Finally the Linky Party:
Jeannie at Kindergaren Lifestyle Kindergarten Lifestyle is having a "You Know It's Summer When" linky party.  I still have 7 more days of school but the thought of summer is wonderful!


Tomorrow I plan on getting back to my projects and being able to post something that I completed (besides the flower pens, although my daughter thinks I am the craftiest person in the world!)

4 comments

  1. love the brownie points idea!! im your newest follower...drop by

    Just Wild About Teaching

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  2. Thanks for blogging about my giveaway!! I love your "You know it's Summer When...". I will be happy when the day comes that I don't have set my alarm Monday-Friday!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  3. I love not having to set my alarm! So nice!
    Lori
    Conversations in Literacy

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