Graduation Circles and Banner

We have a couple of big milestone graduations coming up at our house,   my husband will be graduating in June from Grad School, and my son will be graduating from Preschool next month!  Graduation has been on my brain lately and of course I have been thinking about all the parties that will be happening to celebrate the big events!


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Here are some fun Graduation Circles that you could use to make:

  • Cupcake toppers
  • Labels
  • Favor tags
  • Napkin rings
  • Place cards
  • Party hats
  • Thank you cards

Use them for your Graduation Parties or just to celebrate the big day!

Print these Graduation Circles out on heavy white cardstock paper.  Punch out with a 3″ circle hole punch or scalloped hole punch.  For cupcake toppers you can add lollipop sticks or bamboo forks.


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I thought a Graduation Banner saying “Oh the Places You’ll Go!” inspired from the wonderful Dr. Seuss book that we all know and love, would be a fun way to celebrate special graduates.

How to Make:

Print the Banner out on heavy white cardstock.  You can either cut around each circle or use a circle cutter to cut the circles out.  Punch two holes on each side of the circles and string with coordinating ribbon.

Hope you all have wonderful celebrations to honor your own graduates!  Congrats to the Class of 2010!

About the Executive Homemaker:

I am Rachael, I am a wife to a MIT grad student (who is a smarty pants!), and a mother of two darling little boys who keep me hopping!

I love planning showers, weddings, and birthdays and thrive on making each event unique. If you’re looking for ideas check out my blog Panache & Pizzazz Parties as well as my latest designs in my shop. Creating cute partyware for holidays and celebrations is my passion.

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  1. I was not able to print the graduation circles…it said I had to be logged in.
    Can you tell me what I need to do? I subscrible to your blog. Do I need to do something else? THANKS

  2. Thank you SO much for letting me know there was a problem with the files. There’s a “default” setting that I can’t seem to change. {{Grrr!}}

    I’ve fixed the downloads and everyone should now be able to download them for free – no login or membership required.

    Thanks!

    Laurie

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