Sunday, July 12, 2015

Week 4 of TPT Challenge!

What a journey this Teachers Pay Teachers Challenge has been! 


Week four is all about the connections you have made along with the way! I am so lucky to have met some amazing bloggers and people! When I say met, I actually haven't met in person but maybe next year at the #TPTconference2016 !

First up I met Kristen from Chalk and Apples. She did an amazing semi-custom design for me at the beginning of this challenge, and I blogged about my experience here. She has been an amazing help with setting up my blog and she also has some awesome tutorials on her website too!  She is a wealth of knowledge and I hope to meet her in person someday!

Second, I met Diana from Engage and Play in Pre-K. We exchanged our masterpieces and she does great work!  She is just starting her TPT journey but I know that she will be very successful as she puts a lot of time and thought into each product she creates!! Great for Pre-k and the start of kindergarten! I love being able to send her my products for another look! I don't know about you but at some point I have just looked at my products WAY too long and Diana is great at picking out what needs to be changed!

Sasha over at Sasha's Creations and Things just got a new blog design so I joined her in adding one of my TPT products to her blog reveal! I hope that this is just the start of some amazing blog hops between all of us who are participating in the blog reveal!

What a journey this has been! I am so excited to see where TPT can take me and my friendships and connections! I have joined a few #teachertribes already, have you?!


4 comments:

  1. It has been so great getting to know you! You have some great ideas and products! Thank you for being my second brain and second set of eyes too!

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    1. Thanks for all your help! Glad I can help in return!

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  2. Hey... Hopped on over to check out the other blogs helping Sasha with her new blog. Good luck on your new adventure, too!

    Renee at the Science School Yard

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