DIY Chalkboard Projects

Since it’s back-to-school time, the first thing that comes to my mind is chalkboards.  So today I’m talking about DIY Chalkboard Projects. Chalkboards seem out of date in many classrooms, but they are still hugely popular, especially as chalkboard projects. Most of these projects were done with good old Chalkboard Paint and a brush. It’s inexpensive and makes a lot of projects. Some were done with spray paint and one was a purchased chalkboard, cut to size. First up is a {Read More}

Back to School – Antique Calendar Graphics

Have your kids started back to school yet?  Most of the schools in my area are back in session, but I ease back into schoolwork slowly  with my son, working on just a few subjects until our homechool co-op resumes classes at the beginning of September.  I’ll be teaching a writing class for the high school kids in our group this year, so I’m gearing up for that class and hoping it goes well. I came across some graphics I’ve never shared before, {Read More}

Back to School Decor Roundup – Old School Style!

 Today, I’m sharing a Back to School Inspired Roundup of some of my favorite projects, graphics and decor.Based on the number of them, you may think I loved school, and was a good student, but alas, I wasn’t.I spent most of my days behind the desk, staring out the window, waiting for the recess bell to ring.Nonetheless, I love school-inspired projects, and think they make great home decor.  I’ve included lots of free printables, fun projects, and decor ideas that {Read More}

Antique Graphics Wednesday – French School Labels

For the French enthusiast, here are a bunch of old school subject labels. I hope you find something fun to do with them. And here they are individually. You’ll find many more Free Printable Vintage Labels HERE! Au Revoir! Angie

Antique Alphabet School Book Page Sign

I warned you a few days ago that I’m a slow learner, and all the troubles I had with my bakery sign didn’t teach me my lesson not to choose elaborate fonts to cut out on vinyl with my Silhouette machine.  I truly expected this project to be a failure and probably be a total waste of time, but I felt compelled to try it anyway. Here’s why.  I bought an adorable 1895 school primer.  It is filled with some {Read More}