Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Recover the Office/Teacher Chair

Number 10 on my Summer "To Do" List was to Re-upluster my teacher chairs.  It only took about an hour.  Now I need to go back to school and get the other two.

  1. New labels for all my drawers
  2. Table Group number signs (already started)
  3. Redo Word Wall- (already started)
  4. New library Bucket Labels- Made but need to print, laminate and attach
  5. Clip Chart- designed already- need to print, laminate
  6. Put up new border
  7. Make new homework Folders-Just need Walmart to get them in stock
  8. Finish my "Pick Me" Sticks
  9. Paint my new shelf red
  10. Re-upolster my teacher chairs  1 done 2 to do
  11. Redo my calendar wall 

What have you crossed off your "Summer To Do" list?

21 comments:

Jessica Stanford said...

How cute is that?!?
Blessings,

Jessica Stanford
Mrs. Stanford's Class
PS I'm having a linky and would love for you to join!

April Kreitzer Wolfe said...

Love, love, love!! I can't wait to try my teacher chair.

April
Wolfelicious

Mrs. C said...

I am doing my chair this summer too!

J Tilton said...

This is on my to-do list as well, I just have to wait until I can get into my room and get it. I had no idea how easy this is to do. Did you use just regular cotton fabric, or a special high traffic fabric?
www.kindertrips.blogspot.com

Mrs. Shelton said...

Oooh. I think I need to do that!!!! The only problem is I have arms on my chair. I need to go look at it!! Thanks for posting!

Sarah
Kindergarten Korner

Tiffani Mugurussa said...

I used plain cotton fabric. I did se a post on interest where they removed the arms. I have one more chair like this, then one with arms.

Jill said...

I love the chair, you did a great job. Thanks for sharing.
Jill
Bubbalulu.blospot.com

Grade School Giggles said...

Great job with the chair. I don't have any chairs on my to-do list, but I've got a ton of other ones.
✿April✿
Grade School Giggles

Heather Temske said...

That looks great! We have ugly (mostly) plastic ones with some fabris on the bottom and a bit on the back. Now I'm curious to go to school and see whether it could actually be taken apart.

Thanks for sharing!

Tara said...

That turned out awesome!!!! You should link up with my Monday Made It linky. I am running the series all summer, each Monday a new one, because Pinterest and projects have taken over my life too:) LOL! But after the first time I posted about it, I soon found out I wasn't alone:)

4th Grade Frolics

Dana Lester said...

cute!! I am your newest follower.
:) Dana
Stop by & enter my giveaway @ Fun in 1st Grade

Ms. D said...

I love how you put it...Pinterest sucks up all of my free time too! Awesome chair!

Kathy D. said...

Oh, I can't wait to try this!!!! You just gave me the boost and motivation I needed, thanks!
~Kathy

Heather Shelton said...

Love the chair! I just added it to my ever growing list of summer projects!
Mrs. Shelton's Kindergarten

Sherrie said...

OMG that is too cute! LOVE the fabric. :)

Tiffani Mugurussa said...

Tara, thanks I'll be sure to link up

Amanda said...

Yep, pinterest has become my obsession as well. I have a to do list that grows by the day as I pin MORE AND MORE things! It's never ending. And now... looks like I'll be adding your chair pin to the mix! It looks fantastic! :)

Amanda
Ms. Wilkie's Second Grade Class

Tara said...

Thanks for linking up:))) Love your chair:) Hope you come back and add more next week:)

4th Grade Frolics

Crabcakes said...

I have been wanting to do this for ages. Thank you!

Katie said...

oooo I love this!! must find time to do it this summer :)

Katie
Dirty Hands and Lesson Plans

Crayons and Curls said...

Love your chair! Thanks for the easy how-to! :)
Thanks for visiting me! :)
Cheryl
Crayons and Curls

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