The graduates of 2020 will always be special. But are you planning a Party to honor your graduate ?
Celebrate Your 2020 Graduate at Home — from Virtual Gatherings to Town-Wide Tributes!
Throw a virtual celebration on Zoom with friends and family.
Organize a drive-by parade.
Bring the ceremony to you.
Transform your home into a party spot.
Paint the town with Pride Many communities have also shown their support for the class of 2020 by decorating front doors, windows, and yards with pictures, signs, banners, and memorabilia from their high school years.
Graduation Party decorations :
1 cardboard /chip bard box
This was an old box from Christmas so I painted it white. And Covered the top with purple (school colors). Using an cap template from pintrest : I made the black cap and gold tassel. With white highlights. And glued the cap on top and add the sticker .
The box is great to place on the table to hold graduation cards pr monetary gifts for the graduate.
This box can be made large for center piece or small for keepsake box.
This card is made with some great Christmas paper and highlights a glittery Christmas
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Preheat oven to 350°F. Use a nonstick baking spray and prepare an 8-inch square baking pan. Line with parchment, leaving an overhang on two sides, spray parchment and pan.
Melt butter in a small saucepan on medium heat, stirring occasionally. Butter will foam and start to become very fragrant. Cook until butter turns a nutty brown color. Remove from heat and pour through a fine-mesh sieve into a large bowl. Add honey to still warm butter and stir. Let cool to room temperature.
In a small bowl, combine flour, baking powder, and salt. Set aside.
Add brown sugar to bowl with butter and honey, whisk until smooth. Whisk in egg and vanilla.
Add dry ingredients, chocolate chunks, and optional walnuts. Stir until mixture is just incorporated. Do not over-stir.
Pour batter into pan and distribute evenly, smoothing out the top. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Test center with a toothpick, until it comes out clean.
This week Phase One of the Governor plan in Louisiana goes into effect. My hubby left for work and my computer is all mine. Hopefully the states numbers will not climb. Hope everything is great in your area of the world and you are staying safe and healthy. This week celebrate Bike week by taking a ride and enjoy natures bounty. Lisa