chalkboard wall. june. countdown to summer.

Oh my. June has arrived. That means that the school year is nearly over and summer fun is about to begin. I love summer. No agenda. No places we have to be. Just plain ole’ fun.

Our JUNE chalkboard wall. A place where we countdown the days until summer and recap what made our year so special.

The theme for this month? School ending. Summer starting. What a year.

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one. hello, june.
A little poem about the school ending and summer beginning. But, more importantly, what was each of the boysies favorite parts? They were so cute with their answers. Little loves with sweet little memories.

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two. oh, how i love the sun. and a countdown to summer.
The countdown is on. My boys are both super visual and I have one little cutie that asks every day, “how many days left now”. Well, I figure this will help solve that question without much work from me. Oh, and it’s cute. What could be better?

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Want the {june} chalkboard for yourself? Love the fancy fonts? Download the fonts for your own space. And, I even included a few different versions so you can pick your favorite.

Easy as print, trace, retrace. Hello, gorgeous. Forgot how to trace? Look here for a quick tutorial. So simple. So cute.

 

hello template

june bold template

summer template

And, don’t forget one of my most favorite tricks of all.

chalkboard tip

A simple chalkboard wall to ring in the summer and all the fun there is to come. May your {june} have a little bit of sunshine and smiles as the countdown for summer begins. Happy start of summer…

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try. enjoy. share.

Letter J  XO

{If you missed it, learn how you can make your own {DIY Chalkboard and Magnetic Wall}. Take a quick peek {here} to find out just how easy it is to transform an empty space into something that will make you smile.}

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3 Responses to chalkboard wall. june. countdown to summer.

  1. Misty June 3, 2014 at 8:36 am #

    Looks great! I’m giggling that you quickly checked of “list” before a trip 🙂

  2. Cyndi June 3, 2014 at 8:52 am #

    Darling idea as always. Do you always just use regular chalk?

    Cyndi (Sonali’s mother-in-law)

    • lulu & linen June 3, 2014 at 10:28 am #

      Thanks for the sweet words! Yes, I always use regular, old chalk. It might be from my teaching days, but it is easier for me than a marker that doesn’t have much room for error. Using a pencil sharpener to sharpen the chalk also helps. Sometimes I use the tip, other times I turn it on its side and use a flat edge, like for the words FUN and FAVORITE. Just a few tricks up my sleeve… Hope that helps!

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