7.18.2012

Monday Made It!


I actually made this on Monday night, but haven't had time to sit down and blog about it until now! :)

Here's my inspiration:

Source: Learning in Wonderland

I wanted to have a place for all those Box Tops.  I've tried sending home those sheets where they can glue them on, but only a few students ever use them.  The rest of the kids who collect them just come in carrying them in their hands (and usually end up putting them on my table) or I find them crammed in their homework folders (even though that sheet I gave them for collecting them is in the folder....hmmm....).  

The only thing I could find to use that I already had was an empty Kleenex box.


I just covered it in zebra duct tape!


And then I added a title!


I think I may add an actual Box Top somewhere like my inspiration did. :)

So, now they will know exactly what to do with them!  I'm loving all the wonderful crafts everyone is doing!

12 comments:

Ms. Kerri said...

Love that. I use an index card box but your kleenex box is so cute.
Ms. Kerri and her Krazy Kindergarten

Lisa R. said...

I saw the original pin last week & I love your tissue box idea too! It looks adorable! Great job. :)
Lisa
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Angi said...

Your box turned out really cute! We just have a boring envelope. I know what I will be doing soon... :) Thanks for the inspiration!

Jill said...

This turned out so cute , we just send ours to the office so I plan on making one of these for them.

Jill
Bubbalulu.blogspot.com

Andrea McEvoy said...
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Andrea McEvoy said...

Oops I hit a wrong button! Sorry!! I love your colors and design. I am going to have to make one of these also! Great idea!!!

Andrea
One Teacher's Take

Tara said...

So cute!!! Love it!!! Thanks for linking up:)

4th Grade Frolics

Janaye said...

What a simple and fun way to collect box tops! Thanks for the idea!!

Kelly said...

I love this idea !! What a great way to collect box tops. I'm always forgetting where I laid them down, or find them in kids' desks, etc.. Thanks for the idea! :)

Kelly
thefirstgradefairytales.blogspot.com

Mrs. Cupcake said...

Perfect!! I have zebra tape... and a near empty box of tissues just begging to be redecorated!
❤Teri
A Cupcake for the Teacher

Lauren said...

What a great idea! Thank you for the inspiration!

Lauren
Go Fourth and Inspire

Mrs. Sheehan said...

Thank you for featuring my box tops container:) I love your idea of using a tissue box!
Maribel
learninginwonderland.com

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