Just like last year, I was responsible for making the centrepieces. Did you know last year's centrepieces are one of my most viewed posts? This year I just tweaked some things instead of starting from scratch. Rather than redo a new tutorial, please see the one from last year for the list of supplies and a detailed tutorial.
The only new part of the centrepieces were the name and year skewers. I decided to use a Cricut and cut out some quatrefoils in various sizes. I layered them, white on red or red on white, and glued them together. Next I added stickers with the students' names on the larger ones and the year on the smaller ones.
I was packing up the decorations after the graduation so I can reuse some pieces next year and notices I was short a couple. It turns out that two of the families took the centrepieces as souvenirs, which I took as a huge compliment.
While I'm on the topic of graduation, I made a bulletin board that was very similar to the one from last year. I matted the students' grade photos with red paper, added names, and changed the numbers in the year.
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