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August 25, 2013 No Comments


Are you a fan of the TV show Duck Dynasty? We have joined the millions of viewers who enjoy watching their fun-loving adventures. When I came across these adorable clip art created by Nikki of Melonheadz Illustrating and Doodles  I knew exactly what my Back-To-School bulletin board was going to look like. I layered the bulletin board paper to create the outdoor scene complete with a duck pond. Then, I used Phil’s favorite saying, “Happy! Happy! Happy!” to welcome my new students.  Here is a close-up of Robertson clan and helpers. Aren’t the precious?


3-D trees were made by crinkling paper and silk leaves from the craft store. The finishing touches were a few duck photos clipped close and inserted into slits in the blue paper.  I hope the kids will love it. What do you think?

Well, I want to make my blog readers “Happy, Happy, Happy” too. So I made some Duck Dynasty inspired Homework Passes for your class!

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Duck Dynasty Homework Passes

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