Tuesday, July 10, 2012

50 Followers Giveaway! ...Shower Curtain Tutorial

Hey all! So...it is rainy here and I am thankful for the rain! It has been so hot here (and everywhere).

Okay first things first...I am up to 50 followers today WOOOHOOOO! It seriously made my day. I am so thankful to have you guys. I am excited to be having a giveaway and a few prizes from some amazingly talented ladies..


1. You can pick any item from my TPT store.

2. You will receive a Spelling Reference book from Krista Carlson at The Second Grade Super Kids.

3. You will receive http://sz0097.wc.mail.comcast.net/service/home/~/kids%20of%20character%20preview.png?auth=co&loc=en_US&id=309075&part=2 from Lisa at http://learningissomethingtotreasure.blogspot.com/

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I had a question about how I made this:

  I got the idea of this from Pat Pavelka.

- Cheap Shower Curtain
- Decorative Duct Tape (I used three of them)
- Clear pockets or sandwich baggies (I got mine from the Parent Teacher store).

1. Lay out your shower curtain flat.
2. Tape off a grid pattern with your duct tape. I used lime green and made four columns each way.
3. Next, tape around the outside for durability. I use hot pink duct tape.
 4. Then, I stuck on clear pockets that I found at the Parent Teacher Store. They were adhesive on the back.
5. Finally, duct tape around the pocket for durability and design. I used zebra duct tape.

I will put different review cards in the pocket. My kids LOVED this last year. However, I didn't have the pockets on it then. It was just a grid pattern. I would just lay the card in each grid square. I hope this helps. Feel free to ask me any questions. 


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    1. Thank you so much! I am definitely learning as I go and I am thankful for all the many wonderful people that I have met through blogging. It keeps me on my toes.

  2. Thanks for the shower curtain tutorial! I saw that yesterday & wanted to try it. Congrats on your giveaway! I am excited to be a part of it. :)
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

    1. Thank you so much for your help! I love the shower curtain. It is easy and folds away. It isn't something they see all the time so they get really excited about using it. I can take just ordinary vocab words and turn it into a quick game. It takes no time to set up. I love it!