Easy Graduation Decorations!

Hi friends!Β  My daughters are graduating 8th grade in a few weeks and it is a pretty big deal in our small school because we don’t have a high school in our town so all the kids pick where they will attend high schools from about 5 choices. So this is the last time they will be together as a class after 9 years together if you count kindergarten and 10 if you count Pre-k! The graduation is all about the kids and we wanted to make sure the decorations reflected their unique style so I made up a blank cap and tassel decoration for them to decorate. They will write their name at the top where I put the lettering on the sample and the rest is up to them to decorate in a way meaningful to them:)


This is an easy and inexpensive project and suitable for any elementary school graduation. You could also use it for a grad party for older kids too!


I hope you enjoyed this quick craft and if you know of anyone who might like it please share it using one of the handy sharing buttons below! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

One thought on “Easy Graduation Decorations!

  1. Love your cards and videos, but please please…..A pet peeve: calling promotional exercises “graduation”.
    A graduation is when a degree or diploma has been earned.
    Even schools and teachers, who should know better, use the wrong word.
    Trust me, my 5th graders WERE TAUGHT that they were being promoted to middle school, not graduating! Would be great if everyone learned. Maybe this will be the year someone starts proofreading those programs.πŸŽ“πŸŽ“πŸŽ“


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