Saturday, May 13, 2017

graduation glass hat centerpieces

hey do you know anyone graduating pretty soon?
i would have to answer YES YES to that question.

both my kids graduate in a few weeks 
(from middle and high school) and i am 
skeedadaling along making grad party stuff.

like these easy peasy graduation hat glass centerpieces:
the inspiration for these came from a stop at home goods, where my love of meri meri products 
can be found at times.
they're so dang cute.
you're supposed to wear them as party hats but i turned them into centerpieces for my kids' grad party.

all you need is a label which i made with my cricut,
a dollar tree 6-8" tall vase, and some dollar tree sparkly filler.
i made a label of my kids' names, 
the school they graduated from,
 and the school/college they're going to.

then i placed the hat on top and pulled the elastic around like so to keep it in place.
wasn't that easy?
good thing you didn't have to write a tutorial about it cuz that takes twice as long. lol
come back next week for the diploma...




10 comments:

  1. OK. I'm pinning this! My second granddaughter will graduate in...uh....3 years? or is it 2? Anyway, sharp grandma that I am, I'll be ready when the day comes! I'm sure someone will tell me ahead of time. So! On with the diplomas!! Love you girl! BBFF! (for me that might stand for Brain Being Fantastically Forgetful) Dona

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    1. oh how you crack me up!😂 and your BBFF description suits me to a tee as well. no wonder we're BBFFs! 😊😊 thanks for the pin that i hope you won't forget LOLOL

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  2. You always find the best stuff and then make it even better! Love this!

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    1. it's that dollar tree Kim! and i know you know what i'm talking about because you do the same thing! hehe 😂

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  3. These are so cute!! :)

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  4. So simple and so impressive! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. thanks so much Annmakes Ann Strecko Koeman! once you have your words, they literally took 5 minutes to make :)

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  5. Those are so cute! I love Cricut projects! These turned out great with the sparkly shred inside.

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    1. it's funny how you can find things that naturally go together :) thank you Cassie! :>D

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man i am SO thankful you are here and even more so when you comment! :)