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Put a celebratory seal on graduation-party invitations, and then continue the theme -- and the color scheme -- by decorating party wares such as soda bottles and bags of candy. The embellishments can be made by printing a congratulatory message on gold-medallion notary stickers and placing small notched ribbons behind them before affixing.
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Good Luck Banner
Congratulate your graduate with a "Good Luck" banner in his or her school colors.
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Celebrate the new grad by topping desserts with checkered "Good Luck" banners and medallions.
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When it comes to pulling together a party, inspiration can be found anywhere -- even an office-supply store. Start with neon basics, such as sticky notes and artist tape, and then shop for a few special, handcrafted products online.
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Inspired by the classic mortarboard, these clever invitations are sure to win high marks among graduation-party guests.
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Graduation Tassel Napkin Rings
Wrap tassels and ribbons around cloth napkins for a festive touch, and attach mini flags bearing your graduate's school initials to drinking straws.
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Easy to fashion from card stock and felt letters, this festive garland makes a memorable congratulatory banner for a recent graduate.
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A tiny tassel makes opening this favor box especially fun; the wide, striped fabric around the box has been trimmed with pinking shears at the sides.
Use pinking shears to trim a 10-by-1 5/8-inch fabric piece. Glue one end to inside of box lid; wrap around box. Glue. Punch mini hole in lid edge; slip tassel loop through; secure with 1/4-inch dowel or tape.
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Weighted tassels will keep the wind from blowing your tablecloth into the yard. Bonus: Create them in your grad's school colors.
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Present your graduate with a scrapbook displaying the stream of photographs, artwork, awards, and other keepsakes that have accrued over the years.
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