Friday, May 27, 2011

Graduation Time!

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Take one boring school courtyard, add decorations, lights, music and kids about to graduate…and have a great time!

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We hung a huge mortar board and tassel and light curtains from the balcony

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installed tall flags in the school colors…they whipped about all night thanks to the winds

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The kids had a ball with the “Jambulance”

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the cupcakes…

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and snacks

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and dancing…

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it was a night to make memories!

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Girls searching for their graduation t-shirt in a souvenir cup.

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and finally, the diploma! 

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9 comments:

  1. What was the 2011 made out of?

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    1. Corplast is what they make yard signs, election signs with.

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  2. I cut the numbers out of cor-plast.

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  3. What is corplast

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  4. What did you use to decorate it with?

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    1. I painted it with plastic paint (can buy at Hobby Lobby in a 2 oz. bottle)

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