Simple Graduation Banner DIY
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Simple Graduation Banner DIY. It is officially graduation season…I have just one short year before this we hit this milestone with our oldest. (if you see me next year, hand me a drink and some chocolate, hug me and tell me it will be ok, our oldest graduates high school, our second will be finishing middle school, our third will be a rising 8th grader, and our baby will be finishing elementary school. And, I am being totally honest, I am not sure how to handle not having an elementary school aged child and having a kid that is legally a grown up…) However, I have several mom friends that are working their way through this season of life and have asked me for some help celebrating their child. I am sharing a simple graduation topper on the Cricut blog today, and I thought I would share a simple graduation banner to match on my blog.
Card Stock to match your school colors or party theme
Xyron Creative Station
Open Design Space, I saved the cut files for the cake topper and the banner for you here, and customize your cut sizes, and send it to cut.
Print photos of your graduate on their first day of school and their senior year. I cut mine into star shapes. Next, I ran all the text and photos through my Xyron Creative Station, and stuck them to a banner flag.
Finally, I threaded gold Baker’s Twine from Target through each star on the banner and it was ready to hang!
This was a 10 minute project that adds so much to a party! Be sure to head over to the Cricut Blog to see how I made the cake topper too!
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