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Friday, June 22, 2012

Teacher Toolbox

Before and After
I have been busy working on organizing and "detailing" my teacher toolbox that has been seen all over Pinterest!  I have some before and after photos to share.  I am so excited!  This is before. . .

I got the labels from TpT as a free download!  Lisa at Learning is Something to Treasure has them on TpT.  (She is one of our giveaway winners.)  Click here to link up to her download.  I chose three different colors of scrapbook paper.  I had to trim it before putting it in the printer.  I printed the labels with only black ink on the scrapbook paper.

This is after. . . Drum-roll. . .

Endless Possibilities,


  1. I love how your toolbox came out & was so excited to receive your awards!! Thank you so much! I am so glad you were able to use those labels for your toolbox. It looks great! :)
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

  2. Your toolbox looks great. It's my new favorite thing in my classroom!

    Success in Second Grade

  3. Very cool! I need to get more organized myself for next year. Thanks for sharing the idea! :)


  4. I love your toolbox! Where did you get it?
    I also love your blog and I am awarding you the One Lovely Blog Award! Head on over to my blog to pick it up...


  5. So symmetrical. My brain loves things that are like that. :)
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

  6. I purchased my toolbox at Lowe's for around $14.00. Really reasonable price for what I am using it for! :)

  7. That looks great, the labels are really cute! Thanks for being my first official follower of my new blog! I am keeping my other Kindergarten blog too.

    :) Nancy

  8. HI there! You won my giveaway! I will need your email address to send it to you. :)


    Sprinkles to Kindergarten

  9. I love your toolbox, and want to make one too! When I went to Lowes, I found the stack 22 unit and it looked really small. Do the drawers actually fit pens and pencils in?

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