Tuesday, April 30, 2013


Fiesta just wrapped up here in San Antonio. It is a great celebration filled with food, parades and a carnival.

My daughter's day care celebrated by having its own parade. Each child created a "float" made from a shoebox. Then each class walked around the school showing the others kids their creations. It was adorable.

My daughter is only 21 months, so she needed some help, but she had a blast making her float. We worked on it over a few days, and she was so excited.

I used Pretty Pennants and Alphalicious for the banner. The digi image of the dancing bears is from Paper Crafting World.

Here is my Madelyn working on her float. She colored the digi with crayons, glued the paper and flowers to the box, and added glitter glue to the banner.

I was lucky enough to leave work for a bit to see the parade. It was the cutest thing. All of the kids were so proud of themselves and loved showing off their floats.

Thanks for stopping by!

Paper Crafting World: Digi
That Craft Place: Altered item


  1. Evelyn,
    This is super cute as is your daughter. Thanks for linking up on DDF over at MPC this month.


  2. Awww, how cute your daughters "float" is too! She is so cute working on her "float" and she did a darn good job for as young as she is! The float turned out fabulous and of course you guys used a perfect digi on it! lol Thanks for joining us at My Paper Crafting DDF;-)

  3. Oh my goodness, this is just the sweetest thing EVER! What a precious little designer you have!!! Thanks for sharing this wonderful project on Digi Desserts Fridaze at My paper Crafting.

  4. Wow, that float is just so wonderful! How adorable is your little helper too! Loved seeing the pictures! Thanks for linking up with us at DDF at My Paper Crafting! :)