We’ve made it to Write It Wednesday!
To continue my school theme for the week, I am going to be making a two-part project. I have the “Write It” part made for today, “School Subjects” and the second part will be posted for next week’s “Make It Monday;” so be sure to check back!
While I was in school, I was probably the most organized person you would have ever met. I even had a few of my professors tell me I was so organized. Unfortunately, since I’ve moved home, I’m not so much. I try to be but lately I’ve just been way too busy trying to please everyone else.
However, when I was organized, I had labels for almost everything especially when it came to my school stuff; as I wanted to be sure I grabbed the right thing for the right class without having to grab everything. To consolidate my notes, I had one binder to keep my Monday/Wednesday organized and another binder for my Tuesday/Thursday classes. I was lucky since I didn’t ever have classes on Fridays. So, that is what I have made for today, the start of how to make an organization system for your or your children’s school subjects.
Like I said above, I have the “Write It” part done for today and will post the “Make It” part for next week. Let’s get started…
Things You’ll Need:
- Heat Gun
Lately, I have been loving my embossing powders despite the messiness, so I thought I would make a couple of these with the embossing powders I have. Since everyone’s subjects are different, I decided to use subjects I had when I was in school with a mix of what I would have if the day every comes to me going back for my Masters in Marine Science.
Marine Science and Field Methods
For these two, I used my blue embossing powder. I’m not crazy about this particular one but I still love it. Obviously, I don’t have the words quite centered so be aware as I will probably redo these to finish part two for next week. Click here to see how the Marine Science was made and here for the Field Methods.
Waves and Tides
To make this one, I used my silver embossing powder. As much as I love my blue, I love the way this one comes out nice and smooth. Here’s a short video to see how this one was made.
For this one, Oceanography, I wanted to show you can also use regular markers, such as Tombow Dual Brush Pens too. They work perfectly well on vellum. Here is a short video to show how it was written.
Wanna try embossing yourself? Visit Create and Craft’s website to purchase everything you need to get started. To get started, you would need an embossing pen, heat gun, and powder of your choice. Embossing will work on just about anything except of course plastic.
Have any questions about the project? Please feel free to comment below and I’ll try to respond back as soon as possible! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!
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