They have tons of neat stuff at Hobby Lobby but even at half price, it could get expensive so I only bought a few things but oooooh, how I could have gone overboard!
When you are a teacher and know a theme will change next year, it helps you tamp the breaks on spending too much.
Instead, I decided to put my trusty Snoopy back to work and had Kaela help me with my door. It was sort of like playing "paper dolls." She made a paper Batman costume for him.
I used wrapping paper to edge this board and cut a scrap of fabric out as a cape for Snoopy. Kids put their names on stars when they graduate out of my class so the board should be filled with them by the end of the school year.
I found a giant paperboard "P" at Wally World and grabbed it thinking I'd paint it but instead, I covered it with comics.
It hangs outside my door. Most of my students cannot pronounce my last name so they all call me Mrs. "P."
I also covered a cigar box to hold junk that is on my desk...I forgot how much FUN it is to decoupage something. Easy to go crazy and start covering everything!
If you look closely, the hole for the ribbon went through the girl's mouth....not intended but funny. All the kids noticed it! One thing they didn't notice is that I bought the wrong comics! These were some alter ego guys...the Superman was from Russia. No idea who the fake Robin and Batgirl were. HA!