Monday Made It #2

This is my second Monday Made It and I'm loving it!

This next craft was inspired by this:

Now I really love this, but I had to change a few things up. First off, I know I'd have the best intentions of putting a menu up each week, but I know that won't always happen. So I did put the days of the week, but didn't use my Cricut, I just wrote the days of the week. And I didn't put "menu" on top.

Border is The 3 AM Teacher and background is Mel Stampz.

First I got a frame from the Dollar Tree. I like the size of it but the one on Pinterest is 12x12 if you want a bigger frame and my Dollar Tree doesn't carry that size.

First you need a frame and your scrapbook paper to start with. I chose a lined scrapbook paper that looks like it's for school. Oh and I tried out Instagram to snap these shots :)

 I hand wrote the days of the week and then added other. But you could totally print labels or Cricut it.

Now there are so many options of what to use it for!

I really love the ribbon with the dry erase marker attached. I never have to hunt for one. And I bought a 3pack of red, blue, and black at the Dollar Tree. These markers have eraser caps too! Score :)

And speaking of crafting...this starts tomorrow! 

I posted this not too long ago and was surprised when I had a comment from someone who  participated on the show!!!! I was beyond thrilled :) She has a blog here.



  1. What a cute idea!! Looks great...I could totally make this, but using it would be another thing, lol!!

    Surfin' Through Second

    1. Lol. I actually have been using it. It's too cute not too hahaha!

  2. Love your multipurpose board:))) So creative! Love the ribbon with the marker too! I need that tied around my neck to my markers and pens during the school year! LOL! Thanks for linking up:)

    4th Grade Frolics

  3. I can't wait for Craft Wars. I think it is going to be BIG!!
    My Second Sense

  4. I saw that on Pinterest too and was trying to decide if I wanted to try it out or not. I love the way you simplified it for many purposes. Great idea!

    The Teaching Thief
    Fiction Friday: A Celebration of Children’s Literature

  5. It turned out so great! I'll be watching Craft Wars too!

    Little Treasures

  6. Aw I love your organized to do list! It scares me thought because if I put items next to dates... that would mean I would have to get it done that day! :) Haven't heard about craft wars. Definitely looks like something I would love thought, thanks for sharing it! :)

    Reaching for the TOP!


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