Monday Made It

Today I'm linking up with Tara's Monday Made It.
It's week 8; I thought it was about time.
Click her adorable graphic to check it out.

Here's what I've been making, 
inspirational-quote minis.

For my presentations.

Photo by Tena Roher; click {here} for post about Recorder Karate.

And to enlarge and use as mini-posters.

It's so easy-breezy to do at PicMonkey.
And it's free.
Here's what the page will look like.
I use the Open tab to pull in a picture from my desktop.

I use the little frame icon (third from the bottom on the left) to put some color around the picture and leave a little space if I want the inspiration to be at the bottom rather than on the photo. And I use the T icon to add words, using their fonts ... or my faves! When I like what I've got, I hit save and it's on my desktop.  It's not rocket science, and it's so much fun to see what you can create. 

Last week, I printed some of these out on card stock and cut them into pieces to make a fun activity - Find Your Missing Piece - for my friends at 
the Kindness Cure training. 

What have you made lately that you'd like to share?

Blogging buddy Mrs. Labrasciano linked up her creative idea 
for this Character Bracelet ... 

'cause she's gearing up to join Tiffani at Time 4 Kindergarten to review Chapter 5 tomorrow!

Head to Tara's blog now and link up before 
Made-It Monday goes on a back-to school-hiatus.

Oh, and Make It a Marvelous Monday.


  1. I just found out about your book on Tiffani's blog. I have a Superhero theme in my classroom, so I can't wait to read it.
    The Traveling Teacher

  2. Love that you linked up!!!! Your made it should be your fabulous book! I just love it and can't wait to share with my teammates when we go back (although I'm not quite ready yet because that means Tay moves to Tally and that's a long drive:( ) You could have linked up a long time ago with your book and just you because you bless so many and change soooo many lives for the better:) That's a forever Monday Made It! Hugs my friend:)
    4th Grade Frolics


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