Most of you know that I have 5 kiddos.
Sometimes I’m the the strict
do-your-chores kinda of mom,
but other times I can be pretty fun.
(I think so, anyways.) 🙂
My oldest son, Zach, has a thing
about creepy, crawly animals (ewwww!).
In my attempt to try & be fun mom
I let him get a leopard gecko
with his Christmas money! Yikes!
(Lizards seriously creep me out…so this was a big deal for me!)
So far, so good. (It hasn’t escaped yet. Whew!)
Annnnd another added benefit, he is using his
leopard gecko for a 4H animal science project. Yay!
Annnnd in another attempt to be a fun mom….
I let him use my vinyl cutter to
jazz up his science project display.
Pretty fancy, huh???
Before we started on this project my hubby
& I headed to Wal-mart to pick up some supplies.
We were on the hunt for an Elmer’s Tri-Fold Board & other supplies.
You can check out my shopping trip in my google+ story.
Annnnd yes, a trip to Wal-mart does count as a date. 😉
(We used A Truer Blue
& Courier New fonts for this project.)
Zach jazzed up his vinyl by adding spots
to his leopard gecko & to the word leopard
using a permanent marker on the yellow vinyl.
It looked really cool.
The next step was applying the vinyl lettering to the Elmer’s Tri-Fold Board.
The vinyl stuck really easy to the cardboard. It was really goes on nice & smooth.
(For more detailed instructions on how to apply vinyl lettering click here.)
Then we used the Elmer’s X-TREME School Glue Stick
to glue on the leopard gecko pictures & facts.
We used the ruler on our paper cutter to line up everything just right.
Here is Zach’s finished leopard gecko science project.
Pretty jazzy, don’t you think? 😉