Thursday, March 25, 2010

Easter Bonnet Parade

Oh yes .... I remember having a few of these parades at primary school ..... oh how I loved showing off my creation!
The specs were that you had to use a paper plate, and that you were not encouraged to spend a lot of money on it! Because I'm a crafty person I had all the necessary goodies at home, so it didn't cost me an extra cent!
We used 4 paper plates,scrapping paper,tissue paper,buttons and ribbons. The whole project took about 90 minutes. Miss Tanzi did everything except the opening of the paper flowers and the stapling of them onto the bonnet.
Isn't it pretty?
Don't you just love TanziPanzi's funky-munky socks?!
(now that's a mouthful!)


meNmykids said...

Oh how pretty, and she looks so proud of it.

Eileen said...

Oh, you did a great job! It looks wonderful and your daughter looks so pretty in it!
All the best,

Cheryl Johnson said...

How cute Is that - way to go!

Chasity said...

Too cute!!!!!!! Thank for the idea. My girls would love to do this. We are going to have to try this one.

Halfmoon Girl said...

Not everyone can wear such a dressy hat with such shoes and funky socks- she has style! We do that here at bridal showers with the bows off the gifts- then the bride is supposed to wear her bonnet during the wedding rehearsal.