Use this printable DIY High School Graduation Banner as part of your grad party decorations! It’s easy to put together and adds the perfect personal touch to the party theme!
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High School Graduation parties are so much fun to set up! You can fill them with personalized nostalgia!
It can get expensive to buy a party full of decor, so I always try to DIY some of my stuff to help me find a balance, both in the personal touch of the party and in my budget.
This banner is crazy easy to make. Some simple cutting, and attaching the 4×6 pictures and you’re on your way to a cute part of your party!
If you’re just here for the free printables, and don’t want to read the tips on printing and instructions on how to put these together below, then you can get those HERE.
How do you make this DIY High School Graduation Banner?
Step 1: Gather your supplies.
You will need:
- Free Printable High School Graduation Banner
- 4×6 Pictures of the graduate from Kindergarten – 12th Grade
- Cardstock Paper
- Adhesive Roller
- Hole Punch
- Ribbon or Twine
Step 2: Cut out the banner.
Each sheet contains one banner pennant. Use a sharp pair of scissors to cut them out along the black outline.
Pro Tip: Print these on heavy cardstock paper for the best results. These are also designed in black and white to match most graduation themes.
Step 3: Attach the photos to the banner.
Next, you need to attach the photos to your DIY High School Graduation Banner.
I put adhesive on all four edges of the photos and then on the square where the photos go.
Pro Tip: Be sure to press your photos down on all edges to ensure it’s attached well.
Step 4: Punch holes and run string to hang your banner.
Use a hole punch to punch a hole in each side of the banner above the photos.
Use ribbon or twine to string the banner pieces on in order from Kindergarten to 12th grade.
I like to run the twine behind the banner as shown, but you can do whatever you prefer.
Display your DIY High School Graduation Banner behind your food table, on the front of the gifts table, or anywhere you want to add a bit of personal touch!
Want some more DIY graduation ideas?
- Graduation Candle Gift – This Graduation Candle makes a great last-minute gift idea for the graduate in your life!
- DIY Graduation Candy Bouquet – I’ve given this DIY Graduation Candy Bouquet as a gift many times, and it’s always met with excitement!
- Graduation Money Cake – This is an easy and thoughtful gift you can make yourself!
- Ferrero Rocher Graduation Treats – these are the perfect addition to any grad party food table – OR they work great as party favors too!
Celebrate the grad in your life with this free printable DIY High School graduation Banner! It’s simple and will be the perfect walk down memory lane!