Whew I've been a busy girl.
In my other life I'm a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator,
as well as full-time Wife and Mom.
You probably know the deal.
Anyway, I've currently got a big project to do for the display boards at Convention in July.
(that's the Stampin' Up! Convention), so I've been really, really busy.
And I've two weeks until my report cards are due - oh yeah, so much to think about.
I'm not stressed!!!!???
Who am I kidding.
Anyway, I'm sure you're not interested in my complaining.
You're probably wondering why I started this post with a photo of a graduation cap.
One of my most popular posts ever, was this little tutorial on how to make this cute
little graduation cap.
or click on the photo to go to my papercrafting blog and get the free tutorial.
It's pretty easy. If you don't have the punches that I used, you will get the general idea for
how to piece together you own out of your own shapes.
I realize that many of you who teach south of me are heading towards summer break and "graduation" Kindergarten Graduation is my favourite. I used to teach Kindergarten
and I always had a little graduation ceremony in my class during the last week of school.
We'd make paper graduation caps and sing some farewell songs, and then have
cookies and milk (or tea) with the parents and grandparents.
Always a cute event!