I am having trouble believing that it's really time for school to start - but it is indeed. Next week "Miss A" has her first day of 5th grade and "Sissy" will be away at college. Our "Mimi" is entering her senior year in high school and "Bubba" is starting high school - then our other grands in Delaware are going to be a freshman and a first year middle schooler. My how time flies.
Needless to say we have been busy getting things ready for all these kiddos to start back on the right foot. So when Elizabeth Joan Designs put together a round up of amazing back to school ideas I was thrilled to find so many awesome ones to help us start this school year. But then I was really thrilled to see that they had included one of our very own ideas - DIY Dorm Decor - we put together for "Sissy". Don't just take my word for it check these out and visit a few - I'm sure you'll agree these ladies put together the best of the best!
Elizabeth Joan Designs
Back to School Vignette from Farmhouse Chic Blog
Succulent Planter from Elizabeth Joan Designs
Cork Board Organizer from Little House of Four
How to Organize Math Problems from I'm not a Trophy Wife
10 Back To School Outfits for Boys from Tastefully Frugal
Chalkboard Lunch Containers from Little House of Four
Crayon Wreath Teacher Gift from Eye Candy Creative Studio
Shadow box Organizer from Our House, Now a Home
DIY Door Hanger - Personalized Teacher's Pencil from 3 Little Greenwoods
DIY Dorm Decor from Vintage, Paint, and More
Crayon Name Tag from Infarrantly Creative
Mudroom Organization from Our House, Now a Home
Bulletin Board+ Accessories from Houseologie
School Locker Chalkboard Initial from Eye Candy Creative Studio
Back to School Wreath from Infarrantly Creative
5 Ways to Connect with your Tween/Teen Boys from I'm not a Trophy Wife
How I Got Rid Of Flashcard Clutter from Casa Watkins
DIY Teacher Desk Organization Station from Elizabeth Joan Designs
What do you think? Did you find some great inspiration to help you with these first few weeks of school? If so tell me about it in the comments below. Thanks for stopping by.
Until next time - enjoy creating something you love.