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Monday, 10 June 2013

Fuzzy Bump Borders are Ba-aa-aaack!


I am always excited to see my 'Fuzzy Bumps Borders' being used so much by teachers all around the world. I am one of those people, that occasionally stops to reflect on just how far technology has taken us very quickly... It feels like not-so-long-ago that I caught the bus to my local shopping mall, lined up at the bank, filled out a form, got cash, lined up at the pharmacy with my roll of film, and got photos developed the old-fashioned way. And yes - that was for a University assignment to get my teaching degree! And look at us now. Taking photos with our phones, getting all digital with our teaching resources. I don't want to ever forget how far we have come. Sometimes I truly wonder what my daughter will be doing in 30 years time.  

Arggh - I feel like one of those 'in my day...' people!! I had to actually find real books and journal articles on the shelves at uni to do my assignments too - those were the days... bwahahahah ... Anyhow, back to the post. Fuzzy Bumps. Yes, that's it. It is somewhat surreal to see the work you have drawn with your own hand, on the pages and classroom walls on the other side of the world. But a wonderful feeling as well. When I saw some worksheets on Pinterest the other day, using my original borders, I got to thinking that perhaps a 'thin' set would be great for worksheets. The lighter colour will not distract from your important teaching content, and using less ink is always a good thing! So this thin set was born - and they are all yours for FREE! Thanks for being wonderful supporters and followers. Grab them from TpT by clicking on the image above.


For the scrappy fans out there, you may like to check out my new Scrappy Rainbow Snail set.

And for the more 'tidy' clipart devotee - some sour and sassy Lemon Heads!

This weekend, I also put the finishing touches on some 'Classroom Cuties' resources. These will help you create a cute and colourful room theme and I have more 'cute' co-ordinating files coming. These feature the adorable graphics of Thistlegirl Designs. When you are looking for cuteness, you cannot go too far past Thistlegirl!









Here is a sneak peek at the colour posters - now decorating my daughter's play room!  



I have contributed prizes to two giveaways currently taking place - head over to find out all about them - click on the images below! 


Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great day!


1 comment:

Amber O. said...

LOVE those lemon heads! How fun and adorable:) Racking my brain to justify purchasing (how could I use these with my black/red decor or centers??), but I may just have to purchase out of sheer cuteness!
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