I have not had THIS much anticipation about something in a long while. Becca from Jumping Jax Designs finished my blog design and I seriously could not love it more. I get little hearts in my eyes every time I look at it.
And can we all acknowledge what a huge rockstar Becca is??? She went into labor early, had her baby, and still made it a point to finish it all up. I told her to not to worry about it because I KNOW how crazy the first few weeks are. It didn’t break her stride. Seriously, this woman is all kinds of amazing.
Not only did I get this BEAUTIFUL blog-face-lift, but I finished a product that is currently my absolute favorite and good for literally ANY classroom!!
My new obsession is the Heidi Swapp lightbox. We have one in our playroom and it is sooooo fun to change out the sayings and themes. I knew when I bought it I wanted to make my own designs because there just wasn’t anything that I found that I loved. Thus, this set was born.
Once I started making sets that I would want to see in my classroom and daughter’s playroom, the set just kept growing and growing. It was great! There are over 130 designs in this packet. ONE-HUNDRED-AND-THIRTY! Annnnnd it is a growing bundle. Any time I make more designs and keep adding to it, you will be able to download them for free! BUT the price will change accordingly so you are getting the best deal NOW!
There are all kinds of goodies in this set. Around holiday time it isn’t just restricted to Christmas… there is Hanukkah and Kwanzaa too! Teach in Canada? Remembrance Day is in there as well. There is also a blank editable slide where you can make your own!
I also know not everyone has a lightbox…. so instead I have a whole file that is dedicated to be classroom posters. I put mine in a 8×10 frame because I thought it would be fun to use a dry-erase marker to customize them!
Let me show you how to use them:
- For best results, print these on transparent vellum, or overhead transparencies. Make sure that you use the type that is specific to your printer (inkjet or laser)! I used vellum!!
- Once it is all printed and dry, cut along the lines.