Cleaning My Teacher Closet (pt. 1)

Cleaning My Teacher Closet (pt. 1)

Hello and happy Saturday. Before I quit my job, I decided to clean up my supply closet, which basically meant giving a ton of stuff to my teacher friends. When I say “a ton of stuff,” I mean I have enough material here for about four posts or so. If you’re into school supplies, then you’re going to love reading these and looking at my former collection. Let’s get started, shall we?

If you know me and if you’ve been around, then probably know that I adore contact paper. I used the one that looks like wood for the treasure box I made for my father a while ago, you can click here to read that post. I used the Mickey Mouse and the blue designs for covering up boxes I would use for other supplies or for my classes, and then the regular transparent contact to laminate stuff.


Now let’s move on to my one true love, and by that I mean all of my markers, pens, and stuff of the sort.

I think I only kept the ones in this picture. We have the Twistables from Crayola, which I love way more than regular crayons or even color pencils. I also have some markers my best friend bought me at Ikea (because apparently Ikea sells markers). They’re super pigmented and I love them for coloring. Of course, I’m keeping my Sharpies because I can’t let go of them. I think I only kept a set of color pens, which were also a wonderful gift from one of my best friends. And, of course, finally, I have my Indian ink markers, that are just the absolute bestest.

I’m letting go of my glitter pens, as well as my Ink Joys, my metallic markers, and my Crayolas. Give me a few weeks in Baltimore and this collection will go back to normal.












Here we have different types of markers, including my Sharpie tanks, my permanent color markers, and my graphic ones.

In the comments below, tell me which are your favorite kinds of markers or pens.

Happy teaching!

Love, Miss Camila

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