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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Paper Dolls used to celebrate diversity!

It's been another busy week around here!  Yesterday and last night we had a Diversity Festival at our elementary school.  This is the second time we've held an event like this and I have to say that this year was even bigger and better than the last!

We were all so tired by the time we finally made it home after clean up last night, but I wanted to share just a few of the pictures that were taken before the crowds started to arrive.  We used both of the Paper Dolls cartridges to create all these adorable little people to put around the globe as you entered the main hallway.  Of course we had It's a Small World playing in the background...gotta have my Disney touch added whenever I can!  :)  The monkeys hanging in the African exhibit hallway were also cut from Paper Dolls and they turned out so stinkin' cute that I just had to share those as well! 

The exhibit booths, experiences, food and performances were all AMAZING!!!  I am proud to be just a little part of making this event come to fruition at our school.  We have an amazing family that spearheads this event and does all the major planning, scheduling and booking.  We are very lucky and blessed to have the Kakuda family as part of our school family!  






Of course as always...you can click on the photos if you would like to view them in more detail.  I appreciate you taking the time to stop by and leave a comment.  Your comments truly do brighten my day!  Now I am off to check my blogger roll and see what fantastic creations you all may have posted on your blogs this morning and crossing my fingers that I'll stumble upon a blog hop or two!  Hope you all have a glorious weekend! 

13 comments:

Disneylady Maggie said...

Melissa.... Wow ....how amazing is that, its fantastic & great teamwork,love all the many designs ......I think that the School is also lucky & blessed to have the Allore Family as part of the School Family too xx
Well done to everyone

Brens Designs said...

What an awesome job of decorating. Sounds like a really fun, as well as educational, time. Yup! I think the school probably feels lucky to have you there too! Hugs!!!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

WOW Melissa, that is so awesome.. you did a FANTASTIC job on everything.

Denise-Scrapmouse said...

Beautiful and fun diversity projects! You guys did a great job with this school event. It's wonderful that your school takes part in celebrating diversity and not only is it educational, it's also fun. Thanks for sharing!

SusanBluerobot said...

WOW these are fantastic

Cindy said...

wow! This is great! I {heart} the swingin' monkeys!!!

Mandy said...

This looks amazing,it's so nice when everyone works together to make an event so successful,well done to everyone...thank you so much for your lovely comment on my family situation....
Mandy xx

Lori Apgar said...

I totally love how you put a little Disney Magic everywhere you go!!!

Thank you for stopping by my blog this weekend and since you were the first comment BOTH days, I want to send you my Thanksgiving book. Please email me your address at lapgar at cox.net!!

Laurie said...

Another amazingly awesome job Melissa!!

P.G. Lamb said...

I love all the dolls! Each of them have a different personality and they're fun to look at! You're right, the monkeys are stinkin' cute! :-D

My Scrap Diary said...

Wow a lot of hard and cute work. The world with all the paper dolls is my fave, it looks amazing. And of course the small world theme was perfect for it
Btw, the small world attraction at Disneyland was revamped. I'm not sure if they did it to the Florida one as well but I like the new version better.

My Scrap Diary said...

Ps. I've partnered up with Always Crafting for some weekly challenges. Come over and take a look and hopefully you can join in :)

DORCAS said...

This is amazing! Great job! love this idea!

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