We were all excited to find out that Carter's Pre-K 3's class got to join the big kids in his school this yr in designing a pumpkin for the Literary Pumpkin Display. This has been super fun to see which books are favorites and how creative the kids can be in creating a character from the story.
Carter chose his favorite book "Cupcake- A journey to be special" The story has such a great moral to it and the cast of cupcakes and candles are too cute!
We were then supposed to make a character from the book using a pumpkin. I truly thought he'd pick Stripy Cupcake, he always says that one is his favorite, but he chose the main character Vanilla and I'm glad he did, I had fun making the candle :)
He got to help paint the vanilla icing on, white paint of course, and help draw the U's for the creamy frosting. Then we chose the color yellow to match Vanilla's wrapper, he helped to color green paper to make the perfect green candle and we painted a toothpick black for candle's wick. I cut out the rest of the details and we put it all together. Super cute!
Most of the pumpkins that were decorated at the school were the big ones, they're a bigger canvas for painting and making faces, but I thought a mini pumpkin fit a cupcake theme perfectly.
Some of the other designs are pretty fantastic and super creative!
Smurfette is pretty cool, though my boys haven't a clue what she is and prob won't know who they are for yrs to come with the new movie that just came out looking not so good.
Gavin spotted Tow-Mater right away!
Squash penguin, sooo cute!
Three little pigs and the wolf, ingenious!
Can't wait till next yr to do it again!