Monday, February 11, 2008

No, I am not a model




That's the first thing my husband thinks of, "Modeling, like an agency?" Not quite. You know how glamorous teaching is.

As part of my job as an elementary school Literacy Coach, I go into classrooms and model (teach) lessons for teachers as professional development. I'm kind of like a "teacher of the teachers". I have an ugly computer printed schedule on my office door and decided today that I needed to "pretty it up" a little bit.

I used my new Cricut that my parents got me for Christmas, plus my very favorite Berry Bliss Designer Paper to make this header. Plus, it gave me an excuse to try the rub-ons from the Sale-a-Bration catalog. How easy are those? I've never used them before, but it involves a non-sticky sticker and a craft stick. The photo does not do justice to the paper and colors, but believe me, it's really *cute*.

All materials are from Stampin' Up!, except for the Cricut that I used to cut the letters.

Stamps: None!
Paper: Berry Bliss Designer Paper, Chocolate Chip, Regal Rose
Accessories: SU! Rhinestone Brads, SU! Sale-a-Bration Rub-ons

2 comments:

Teresa said...

Cute sign!!! And I actually knew what you were talking about (I'm a teacher too)! ;)

Lisa said...

Very cute sign! I model lessons too, but math... Cute play on words!