L-O-V-E Notes Board

Together, AuBrynne and I made a L-O-V-E Notes Board for her class room!
We want to help promote an atmosphere of acceptance in the classroom.

We got an old frame and painted it Pink.
Then we spray painted some chicken wire white and fitted it into the frame.
AuBrynne modge-podged one inch squares of lots of scrapbook papers onto cardboard letters.
After they dried, I cleaned them up with a file.
Then, we dressed our letters with bows, floral wire, gems and heart stickers.
I attached each letter to the chicken wire with floral wire.
AuBrynne modge-podged some glitter paper onto a piece of foam core board to fit into the frame.

Then we decoupaged some small clips with papers and added some plastic gems to others:

Then we put each students name onto a piece of decorative paper.

I really like this Love Notes Board!
Every time to teacher spots the kids doing something nice for each other,
she can help the child place their name on the board.
 Because I wanted to keep the anonymoty of the children in the class,
I didn't take pictures of it all in the class room, in action.
 But I did put a little Valentine on it before we took it over to her class.

Anyways, I hope it helps the kids be nice to each other... 

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  1. Great Idea and cute!

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  2. Um wow...you are so talented! Can I borrow one of those clothes pins?? LOL... such a great idea though! I agree with Angela...you rock!

  3. This turned out great. I am sure her teachers are going to love it. What a great way to promote positive energy :)

  4. LOVE this! Such a sweet reminder for those little ones!

  5. Supper cooL! I need to get into more things like this :P I'm new in the blogger community (14 years old :) and am addicted to crafts and sewing. If you leave me a comment, I'll be SURE to check out your blog, Hannah Handmade. :D Hope to see you there!


  6. Super cute!

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  7. This is precious, and those little clothes pins are fab!

    I am stopping by from Show Off Your Stuff at Fireflies and Jellybeans!

    Stop by and check out my scrapbooking layouts if you get the chance! http://xsurvivingmotherhoodx.blogspot.com/2011/02/couple-of-scrapbook-layouts.html

  8. What a really creative idea! I especially like that you painted the chicken wire white!

  9. Super cute project for valentine's day!! You are very creative! I am glad that Holly (504 Main) introduced me to you through our group!!;). Have a delightful day!!
    Jenn (Redberry barn)

  10. This is such a lovely project and i think it turned out lovely! I love it. :)

    Tnx so much for linking it up at my party! :)

  11. This turned out so cute! The chicken wire would also make a great earring holder!

    Thanks so much for sharing in FFA!


  12. This idea is so fun!!! Love the little clippies!!! :) Thanks for linking to Fancy This Fridays friend!

  13. Thanks for sharing this at Fantastic Friday! Super cute idea!


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