I’m a huge fan of graduations and they are definitely one of the most important days of my life.
This year I wanted to create a unique gift for my family, friends and students who will be graduating in the coming months.
I chose a custom wall mounted “graduation” decor and it worked so well.
The decorations are unique and so well thought out and look great.
I think they are a great way to celebrate the end of a school year, as well as a way to make some extra cash!
It took a few months to get everything in place, but the end result is something I am truly proud of.
I am so excited to share this with you.
I love my graduations!
They have become such a part of my everyday life and they make me feel like a big part of the family!
I love them and I can’t wait to share more with you!
I am really proud of my decor and am very happy with how well it turned out.
I just wanted to share my tips for making your own personalized decor.
I will show you how I used different materials to create my wall mounted decorations, aswell as some tips and tricks for creating custom wall mount graduations.
Graduation decorations and graduations are a staple of the home decor industry, so I knew I had to create something that I could wear to my graduation.
My goal was to create this gift for them and my family.
So I made my graduation decorations as simple as possible.
The only real step was cutting out the foam and placing it in a plastic bag.
The next step was to glue the foam on.
I used a cheap adhesive that is very easy to work with and doesn’t need a lot of glue.
I also used a clear tape to cover up the edges of the foam to make sure it was secure.
After the foam was attached, I used tape to hold it in place and glued it on.
Next, I wanted something to hold the decorations in place.
This was a difficult task, because I wanted them to be able to be easily moved around.
The easiest way was to use a piece of cardboard or a piece that is flat and fold out to create the frame.
I was lucky to find a piece I could fold and glue on, so that I didn’t have to make any new mistakes.
I wanted the decorations to be easy to remove.
To do this, I just taped them to the cardboard, so they could easily be removed.
Next I added some decorative beads to the bottom of the decorations.
The beads are the perfect accent to the decor, and they help to accentuate the wall and accentuate a particular part of your decor.
To finish off the decor I glued some tape around the edges to make the decoration look more like a book.
I then added some small stickers to the top of the decor to add a touch of style.
The last step was the most time consuming part.
I glued a few extra small pieces of fabric around the decorations, so when I put them on the wall, they would look like I was attaching them to a bookmark.
I did this with the most basic of decorations, the graduation decorations, because that is the most versatile part of them all.
Here are some of the tips I found to help make your graduation decor even more unique.
Use a different decor to accent your home.
When it comes to decorating your home, there are a lot more options than you think.
It is important to consider different types of furniture and accessories for each decor.
If you plan to be putting the decorations on your walls, make sure you use something that is not going to get damaged by the cold.
A desk is a good option, because you don’t have much space to put the decorations and you don-t want the rug to be damaged.
If the decor is going to be on your kitchen, it is a great idea to consider making a table or counter instead.
A bed, which I did, is a perfect option because you can attach the decorations directly to the bed frame.
The final tip is to make your decorations as small as possible so you don’ t need a ton of glue to attach them.
If your decor is for a room that you have already decorated, it makes it so much easier to find something you can use.
For me, this meant creating a table that would fit the space of my bedroom, because it is just too much room for two pieces of furniture.
I have already shared my favorite graduations decor pieces, so you can learn more about how to make yours too.