Well, this month's Monday Made It is not NEARLY as epic as the last one where I shared my super lovely office remake. I'm still in love with it though. See:
It still looks like this, too, except for one more fabulous addition:
It's the Hayden chair in concrete from World Market. The legs are lighter in real life. It's actually a dining room chair. But it's a perfect desk chair. It's my little bloggy throne, y'all. I love it. I first fell in love with this chair when I saw it here at The Lettered Cottage.
How gorgeous is that chair? Except it's linen. And you know how easy it is to clean linen? I have two kids and pets. I have no business with linen furniture.
At the time of purchase I was a teensy bit sad to pass up the linen one, but as soon as I got home, I knew this was the chair of my dreams. The grey and yellow are perfect together. And about two days after I got it, my daughter managed to splash Powerade on it. Total freak accident. Enter Magic Eraser. My decision to avoid linen was confirmed.
Um, so I guess my first Monday Made It was a purchase I made? Moving on.
I know most of you ladies (maybe a few gents?) don't celebrate Mardi Gras. But I'm from Baton Rouge. I love Mardi Gras. I made these prints to put in frames to jazz up my Mardi Gras decorations. That's right. While the rest of you are putting out pink and red hearts, I'm putting up purple, green, and gold.
You're welcome to download them here. 1, 2, &3 are 8x10s, 4 is 5x7, and 5 is 4x6.
For school, I worked on my hundreds day activities. Nothing too fancy, just some fun but academic stations for the kiddos that day. But I needed some 100's day papers to go with it. I put these sets in my TPT store. A whole lot late to the 100's day party, but c'est la vie.
I made some cute blog designs, too. Lookie:
Now, get on over to Fourth Grade Frolics and see what everybody else has been busy with.