Hey there! It is finally time for the big reveal on Bethany's classroom. I have worked, on and off, for the last couple of weeks on projects for Bethany. The photos above and below show her reading area: a 6 x 6 foot rug surrounded by shelves and bins of books. I found the cute bench and tower cubes for Bethany and I made the bench cushion and two floor pillows to coordinate with the blue and hot pink color scheme she selected. I found this plush rug, but I do so wish that the green dots were pink!
In the photo above you can see the hot pink elephant window treatment - a simple topper for very wide windows! Bethany has two windows that are HUGELY long and are 56 inches wide each. I made tabbed elephant window toppers to add color to the room.
In the photos above you can see the pink dot and blue chevron box labels. I printed sheets and sheets of these labels for all of her classroom bins. There are still a dozen or so more to label, but she is getting there. We worked together on the elephant framed sayings in the reading area. I made the elephant frames and Bethany inserted her reading text.
Last week I shared Bethany's desk name plaque. I also made her a new drink tumbler with a great teacher quote on the front. I did not design the cut file for the tumbler. It was shared by one of the very helpful people on one of Silhouette sites.
I made the WELCOME banner below. It doesn't look it in the photo, but the banner is huge. I have never made a banner this large before. To put it in perspective, the tree is six feet tall. I printed out the banner pieces and sewed the white scalloped toppers, the elephants and the ribbons to the the banner sections.
I had absolutely NOTHING to do with these cute elephants below, but I wanted to share. Bethany found these on ebay - they are chalkboard vinyl elephants that are fairly large. In case you had not gathered, she has a bit of an elephant thing going throughout the room.
Thanks for stopping by today and checking out bits of Bethany's classroom.