Homecoming 2018 is in the books! I still can’t believe I’m the mama of a high schooler. Crazy! It was such a fun week. There were spirit days (i.e. Jet Lag Monday aka pajama day, Peace Out Wednesday aka tie-dye day), a pep rally, a parade, the game (we WON!), and the big dance, of course!
No. 1 and his Freshman football teammates marched in the parade alongside their class float and the cheerleaders. Us mamas wanted to do something special to catch their attention, so we made our own big heads!
All you need:
- Cardboard (I found mine at my local craft store)
- Scissors or box cutter
- Large photo of your athlete (Most stores with photo departments can print them in under an hour. Don’t forget to check for a coupon! For reference, my photo is a 20X30.)
- Optional: mounting stick
All you do:
- Glue your photo to the cardboard. (I started with a glue stick but ended up switching to liquid glue.)
- Allow the glue to dry.
- Cut “the head” out.
- Cheer on your athlete!
Us Frosh mamas were definitely the most spirited (and noticeable!) ones there! But you don’t have to have a high schooler to make one. Take a look at these proud JMU mamas cheering on their boys. Go Spartans! Go Dukes!
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*** Check out these big heads made by some of the awesome mamas in the group: