ABC, Easy as 1, 2, 3

If you're like me and need closure from that song after reading the title, check it out here :) Do a little dance while you're getting ready this morning.

When decorating, pillows are some of my favorite pieces to add to a room.  I love the endless options of colors, textures and sizes.  We're still talking about pillows here so get your minds out of the gutter folks. 

Have you seen the Scrabble pillows yet?? I would love to have these somewhere around my apartment or even in my future classroom!  How fun could it be for the little nuggets to move the tiles pillows around on the carpet in the room to spell out new words.  I think these would be a great hands-on activity for them.  Heck I'd probably want them in my apartment and in my classroom.  Here are some different ways to incorporate these pillows in your home:

Each of these brings a new element into the room, and you could even make these as a DIY project.  I hope to get around that one day.

Until then, maybe if I get these pillows I can improve my Words with Friends games where I am seriously taking a beating from everyone I play except for my younger brother (thanks for the confidence booster K!)

What words would you want to spell with these pillows??

(Images via one, two, three)


Jordan said...

First of all, my mind wasn't in the gutter until you said get it out of the gutter. That was dirty (that's what she said). Second, words with friends is rigged so don't feel bad. I get rolled in that game because I actually think of real words with real definitions that I know, instead of just putting random "q's" and "z's" on triple letters. Our intelligence is actually crippling our ability to win that game...

Carly {xoxo teacherista} said...

Sorry to put your head in the gutter. Why thank you for making me feel much, much better about my Words with Friends ability. I still have only beat K.

pam {simple details} said...

Oh my goodness, just saw these on your 'you might like' thumbnail! They'd be perfect for my girlfriend party with the 'word' theme for a gift.

Carly {xoxo teacherista} said...

DUH! Why did I not think of that?! Of course, that would be perfect :) Thank goodness you're so smart!