Graduation season is starting to get weird. I’m seeing what I used to think of as the very little kids in my life gathering their diplomas and moving on to adulthood. In this blink-and-you’ll-miss-it world we live in now, I guess the lesson is to enjoy the moments while we can. Wait…did I just graduate too?
These Photo Cookies from Suz Daily would make a perfect graduation treat for any age.
No one says it like Dr. Seuss. Oh the Places You’ll Go Graduation Treat Bag Toppers from A Little Claireification.
These Candy Dipped Marshmallow Diploma Pops from Wilton look easy to make, and would be even simpler with a string of licorice tied around in place of the fondant.
What I love about these Miniature Graduation Cookies from Sweet Sugarbelle is that you don’t need a specialty cookie cutter to make them. Two simple shapes will do it.
Nothing says graduation like a tassel, so I think this Tassel Garland from Inspired by Charm would make a perfect party decoration.
This Tissue Paper Party Sign from Sugar Bee Crafts is from last year, but it would be easy enough to update.
The photo tutorial for this Graduation Gift Box on Split Coast Stampers is very thorough, and makes it look easy!
Two things that most recent graduates love: candy and money. This gift idea from She’s Crafty has both bases covered.
Party dessert bars are still very popular, and My Life at Playtime shares one with a graduation theme.
It’s not usually very difficult to find lots of photos of your kid by the time they’re graduating from high school or college. Gather them up, and make this Personalized Photo Centerpiece from Tinyprints.
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