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Styrofoam Sheet Calendar!

Recently I got my hands on a large piece of styrofoam sheet from a furniture store and did not know what to do with it. Then, thanks to pinterest, I saw these beautiful wall decor and immediately I began thinking of how best to use this idea in my classroom decor.

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I came up with this..


 A Styrofoam Sheet Calendar!



































What you need: 

A styrofoam sheet
A piece of fabric of your choice
A sheet of black bristol board/card stock paper
Craft Glue
Craft knife
Ruler

Of course I used my very own Flower Theme Classroom Kit  labels and graphics.


Comments

  1. Kimiley Ragoonanan-DattooSeptember 02, 2012 6:10 am

    I really really love this!!! You're truly talented!!......May God continue to bless you and inspire you as you in turn inspire others!!!

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  2. Thanks Kimiley, many of us have this passion and are not motivated enough to reveal it. After 20yrs in this vocation I think this is my time to let it shine unreservedly, using technology. Thanks again!

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  3. thanks for sharing.

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  4. Styrofoam balls come in a variety of sizes and make an appropriate base for do-it-yourself Christmas ornaments. You can select fabric of any texture, color or print to cover the Styrofoam balls. Folding the fabric and pinning the squares to the ball will create a jagged, pine cone-like effect that is seasonal and attractive. Once you complete the pinning, simply attach fishing wire and an ornament hook to the ball to finish the project.

    Styrofoam Blocks
    Styrofoam Sheets

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