10 DIYs for Your Favorite Graduate

Posted by Emily Spicklemire

Time to throw those caps in the air! Here are 10 graduation season DIYs.

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It's that time of year again! Students everywhere are taking their final tests, turning in their last papers, and getting ready to toss their caps in air like they just don't care: it's graduation season! This is such an exciting time for graduates and their families, and it is definitely a huge milestone worth celebrating! Looking for the perfect DIY for the grad in your life? We can help! Whether they're heading from high school to college, or college to real life, here are 10 DIY graduation season ideas that they'll love!

Let's get this party started with a DIY banner! The We R Memory Keepers Alphabet Punch Board makes banners like this super quick. The clean & simple letters look the same every time, and it can punch numbers too!

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This centerpiece from Tiny Prints is awesome! We always love a gold foil accent.

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It's definitely time for confetti! Get this free confetti cone printable from A Bubbly Life.

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If you're graduating, you have to decorate your cap (how else are your parents going to find you in the crowd?). Studio DIY makes it super simple with some fun Cricut templates.

You know what the graduate really wants? Money. Dress it up a little with this cute mason jar DIY.

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Basically, anything that you can put a cap on, you should, because it'll be super cute. Get this tutorial from Glitter in My Tea.

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A glittery champagne bottle makes for an adorable college graduation photo shoot (hint: grab your besties). Get the tutorial at the Pottery Barn blog.

This cute DIY graduation card is simpler than you think!

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Here's another creative way to give money! Get the DIY at Sugar & Charm.

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This awesome photo prop can be made with super basic supplies! Get the tutorial at The Paper Curator.

Are you celebrating a graduate this year? Let us know which DIYs are your favorite for celebrating the class of 2016!