Hello MOSD lovers! Amy here with today's blog post. Today I am doing things a bit different than usual. This project is actually not created by me! It's created by Kayla, my 10 year old daughter. Their 4th grade class had to create a tri-fold based on The Oregon Trail. Kayla had the bright idea of incorporating some wonderful MOSD products into her demonstration!
One item that she has been eyeballing for a long time are these spinners. She used the Perfectly Shaped - Retro Spinner. It's been covered in black cardstock and can easily be spun by younger kids (smaller hands) with the ribbon she attached to the back. This added an interactive aspect to the tri-fold that makes people interested in seeing what comes next when they spin it!
Another fun thing she did was cover MOSD Perfectly Shaped - Circles with lined paper and wrote her paragraphs on those as opposed to just a regular piece of paper. This added a visual interest and draws the readers eyes to the questions at hand. She used 3 perfectly shaped circles for this.
Overall I think she did a fabulous job on this school project, and she loved the fact that she got to incorporate some MOSD product into it. By posting this I wanted to show how versatile MOSD products are and that everyone can use them!! So next time you have a project that needs a little extra oomph, why not grab some MOSD goodness and spice it up a bit?!
Thanks for stopping by today and checking out what I (or in this case, my daughter) has been up to! We hope you all have a wonderful weekend full of sunshine and rainbows. Oh, and Kayla says Happy Bunnies too :)