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Graduation Celebration Tutorials

I realize that this post might be a little early, but I’ve already started thinking about my boys graduation parties and thought you might be as well.

So here are several graduation celebration tutorials.  If you have one on your blog, submit it I’d like to have at least two more graduation related posts.

1.  Graduation Candy Cap Pops
2.  Personalized Graduation Banner
3.  Graduation party favor
4.  Origami Graduation Card

5.  Graduation mini-bubbles party favor
6.  Fondant cupcake topper tutorial
7.  Graduation money holder card
8.  Last day of school frames, personalized candybar wrappers, DVD w/ year in review pictures, autograph dogs

Looking for more graduation gift and entertaining ideas:

6 comments

  1. Kim

    Great ideas! I need to get on planning my own graduation party! (Master degree – woohoo almost done!)

    Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
    party inspiration

  2. Tammy @ Not Just Paper and Glue

    Love the Graduation Candy Cap Pops. My son will graduate homeschool this fall (hopefully). Great ideas for me to “tuck away”.

  3. Ashley

    Great ideas! I am getting ready graduate from college and am trying to plan a low key grad party. When I graduated highschool my mom made a card box out of a large round hat box with a top that looked like a graduation hat. The top had a slit in it so everyone could put thier cards in. 🙂

    ~Ashley

  4. Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor

    Love the little grad caps (both of them)! What simple and adorable ideas!

  5. Judy Lynn

    Awesome ideas!! Last year, I attended the high school graduation party of my niece that was so wonderful. They had put up a big-screen tv and played a musical show made with pictures of her growing up from childhood to now. It reminded us of the time she was born and it depicted the story of how she evolved into a beautiful young woman. Everything was perfectly synchronized to music and the results were awesome! They got the show custom made for them by http://www.smilingsnaps.com and I had never seen anything like that before.

  6. graduation caps

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