I really tried to create collections with EVERYONE in mind and this time, I really wanted something amazing for younger children! This particular collection, I envisioned daycares, preschools, and K-3 teachers loving this theme for their classrooms because it could match their existing furniture. Schools often purchase primary colored EVERYTHING for all of the younger grade levels. I know how difficult it is to find an adorable classroom theme and still have it match your rug, bins, easels, and everything else you would normally find in a lower elementary classroom.
I can remember feeling so stuck when it came to decorating my Kindergarten room. I always wanted to try different colors each year, but that giant red, blue, and yellow rug ruined it for me every time! This collection is different, I added all of the primary colors, but I also included a turquoise and lime green to help you get your “BRIGHT” fix without having to start from scratch.
Behind the Scenes: I really loved how this collection turned out. In fact, I loved it SO much that I used it as my daughter’s 4th birthday party theme. I’ve also kept this collection up in their playroom. It is so playful, fun, and just downright ADORABLE for any child!
Throughout the room, I used this cute grass border. I used it on my bulletin boards and to line all of my shelves.
How fabulous is this alphabet pennant? Use this to create name banners or print out the entire alphabet for a cute display! I wanted to make this space feel like the ultimate kid-friendly classroom, so I chose this adorable scribble background in eight bright colors!
The bugs in this collection are cuter than any that I’ve ever seen! I’ve included several dragonflies in numerous colors, a bee, a ladybug, a grasshopper, butterflies, and an ant. I’ve also created each one in a large, medium, and small cutout size.
I created these cute little placemats out of my scribble background paper.
CUTENESS ALERT! Look at these cutout mason jars in coordinating colors! OH MY GOODNESS!!! Add a coordinating tag around your jar and you have a cute way to display student jobs, track your student’s AR points, or even use this as a way to have your students rotate through centers. The possibilities are endless!
Use as binder covers or personalize for your student’s writing journal covers.
I wish I had a close up, but check out these pennant banners! Create a colorful scribble banner or use the large polka dots for the cutest banner you’ve ever seen!
The stationary set is just amazing! Check out these bright colors! Ahhhhhh!!! I can’t get enough of these adorable pieces!
Stationary sets include note cards, thank you cards, personalized stationary, monogram prints for your desk, Avery label templates, and editable business cards.
The alphabet line, calendar headers, Word Wall, and number line are all pretty fabulous! I LOVE the polka dot pattern. It’s the PERFECT combination of bright colors!
If you look closely, instead of a bright blue, I chose a NAVY blue instead. I think it looks so pretty with the turquoise and lime green in the collection!
Pennants also come with the adorable bugs in the center!
Not only do you get bugs and mason jar cutouts in this collection, but you also get leaves!
Gable boxes are brand new in the Schoolgirl Style Shop!
I’ve also created bugs in the Color My Classroom line of decor! Perfect for bulletin boards!
Now is YOUR chance to own this adorable collection along with your bulletin board paper and border from Pacon. Plus, I’m going to give you coordinating lanterns, poms, or paper daisies to hang in your room too!
I’ve teamed up with the Annie Moffatt from The Moffatt Girls to offer you an amazing prize package!
Do you follow Annie yet?
I absolutely ADORE Annie Moffatt. Not only do I love Annie’s products, but I really admire her as a person. She is one of the kindest, most giving people I know. Annie has achieved celebrity status in teacher blogger world and I can’t think of anyone more deserving of success! You often hear the saying, “Good things happen to good people” and that’s how I feel about her. Annie truly has a genuine goodness about her…something that I respect and admire in a friend.
In addition to me just really liking Annie, we both have two little girls around the same age in common! I usually buy her products to help teach my own children (products that have been tested by her sweet children). My kids have LOVED everything that I’ve ever purchased…it’s all SO creative and FUN!
So, make sure you stop by and check out her blog, take a look at her products, and enter our giveaway!
-BUGS full digital collection from Schoolgirl Style
-Fadeless paper from Pacon
-Coordinating border from Pacon
-Lanterns, poms, or paper daisies from the Schoolgirl Style Shop
Over $100 value!
Photography: E.C. Campbell Photography
BUG classroom decor: Schoolgirl Style Shop
Fadeless bulletin board paper: Schoolgirl Style Shop
Border, gable boxes, caddies: Schoolgirl Style Shop
lanterns: Schoolgirl Style Shop
Color My Classroom Bugs: Schoolgirl Style Shop
Wood Vase: Save On Crafts
Trees: Carson Dellosa
Grass Border: Trend
Colored Baskets: Lakeshore
lamp, bug nets: Target
clear plastic paint cans, clothespins, flowers: Michaels
ribbon: Joann Fabric
rug: Home Depot
Paper: Staples (I used a high gloss photo paper for best results)
Most items are editable and can be personalized for a custom look (Type in your student’s names and customize classroom labels…perfect handwriting every time!)