Today I would like to tell you about our parade that we had in our little town.

High School BandThis was the first time for me watching it! It was fun! We really enjoyed it and got lots of good emotions!  The parade had two High School Bands, one was from our town and one was from a town in Minnesota, The Dancing Grandmas from Milwaukee, a Clown on a big wheel, people walking on a stilts, old cars parade, old tractors, fire trucks, bed racers, cub scouts, men from the Shriners club in a small racing cars. I am very glad that we moved to this town. It is a little community where people care about each other and care about place where they live. On the 4th of July we are going to have Fireworks! My son is very exited about this big event!

Whistling Men Man On A Giant Wheel Bed Racers
The Dancing Grandmas German Themed Float Woman on Stilts
Man on Stilts Middle School Band Old Car 1
Old Car 2 Old Car 3
Old Tractor Shriners in Small Cars

Baloon Shaker CardThat’s how we celebrate the beginning of summer season. Here is a card that I made not too long ago. It’s a shaker card.  It was very fun and easy to do. I used an acetate bag from one of the embellishments I had on hand. Then I stamped the image twice on the acetate bag and on a cardstock. I colored the balloons with colored pencils Then I cut a window from orange cardstock and attached the acetate bag to it. I added some craft sand in it and taped the ending of the bag. To make a border I attached a double-sided tape on a white cardstock and sprinkle blue glitter on it. Pressed it and then attached an orange panel. Added a ribbon, a word sticker, and eyelets for extra embellishments. Isn’t it easy?
Thank you for stopping by!
Happy crafting!

Supplies for the card: white cardstock, orange textured cardstock, blue glitter, acetate bag, double sided tape, eyelets, ribbon, StazOn ink, colored pencils, word sticker, Stamp Party Balloons from Stampendous!

Category: Card Making, Stamping
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