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Back To School Party

My son started preschool this week. I know everyone else is back to school, but I still wanted to share our little celebration! We kept it pretty simple, and of course we had to have yummy cupcakes.

I used my Silhouette to create the cupcake flags and banner below.

I made Logan a little crown. I cut a 12 x 12 inch paper in half and measured it to his head and stapled. I then used my Silhouette to cut out the word Pre K. He thought it was pretty neat.

I did an inexpensive back to school gift. We are always needing glue, and I gave one to my daughter as well so she wouldn't feel left out. I made up the saying, "Stick to working hard and trying and you will have a fabulous year!"

You can download the saying by pressing on the picture below.


 I also asked Logan some questions about his favorite things. His answers were pretty funny to us and some came completely out of left field. I made this little scrapbook page to include in his yearly book.

{Excuse the little girl... Logan wanted Hannah in his pictures!}

I downloaded the First Day sign a year or so ago from How Does She.They have one for each grade from Pre-K up to 12th grade. I'm sorry, I am not sure of the exact link to get to them.

We are back to school now and loving it! However, Hannah is wondering where Logan is!

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    First day of the school is pretty exciting because you are desperate to have new friends. That is day which every kid should celebrate with full joy to make this day remember able day of the life.

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