Graduation centerpiece

DIY graduation centerpiece
You don't have to be a crafting expert to put together table centerpieces for graduation celebrations. Our simply stylish graduation centerpiece features glass bottles in school colors, stamped tags to note the year and fresh flowers. These easy DIY graduation party centerpieces are a fun way to cap off your grad's big day. So gather up a few crafting supplies and let the celebration commence!
Crafter level: Easy
Time needed: 20 minutes

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Materials

  • Glass bottles in school colors (4 per display)
  • Scalloped manila hang tags (available at craft and office supply stores)
  • Twine or ribbon in school colors or complementary colors
  • Scissors
  • Stamp pad in color of your choice and number stamps
  • Markers in colors of your choice
  • Assorted fresh flowers

Directions

  1. Cut school crest shape out of manila tags. (We cut the bottom 2 corners off our scalloped tags to create the crest shape.)

  2. Decorate tags as desired. (We used a green marker to draw a border around the tags and then used a pink stamp pad for the numbers.)

  3. Thread twine or ribbon through the holes in the manila tags and tie on your bottles.

  4. Add your flowers and water to the bottles and you’re done.