Gingerbread House Classroom Door
Happy Monday! Wow, is it just me or did November just fly on by? Tomorrow is not only the first of December but also the start to a really amazing blog schedule and I am SO excited to get going! For tomorrow’s post I teamed up with a huge DIY blogger for a super fun Christmas craft and tutorial video and then Wednesday starts my “Addison’s Wonderland 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways!” I. Am. Pumped.
However for today, I am going to be a boring ol’ 2nd grade mom (kidding, kidding) and share what I’ve been working on all day! Excuse my iPhone photos but I wanted to show off my December door decorations for my daughter Addison’s classroom! I am not exactly sure how but I always get my arm twisted into doing stuff like this. And somehow everyone always thinks that because I can design a house, I am therefore good at anything crafty. Way to put the pressure on fellow GWA moms ;-). For the record, picking paint colors and attaching huge sheets of craft paper to concrete walls are not the same. Whatsoever. LOL! Oh and a HUGE shout-out to my friend Allie who spent her whole day helping me. You are AMAZING! So without further ado because I know the excitement is indeed killing you, here’s my “Mrs. Scott’s Wonderland”…
(P.S. Addison goes by AddieBelle at school which you will see on her stocking)
Brown, Yellow, Purple, White and Green Craft Paper- Property of GWA
Candy Canes (Gift Tags)- Target
Stocking Garland (Three Packages of 7 Stockings)- Target
Lollipops- Styrofoam Circle (Wal-Mart), Pink Tissue Paper (Target), Wooden Dowels (Wal-Mart) & Snowflake Gauze Roll (Wal-Mart)
Candy Cane Door Poles (Wrapping Paper Rolls)- Wal-Mart
Foam Wreaths- Michael’s
Peppermint Circle- Michael’s
Snowflake Garland- Target (in “Frozen” Birthday Section)
XOXO, Brittany Hayes
Stephanie Pugh says
How did you get the wrapping paper to stay ?