Want to take your Grads graduation decor to the next level on a budget? In this post, you’ll find one “congrats grad” graduation banner printable and one picture graduation banner printable that you can easily put together yourself and/or print out as many as you’d like!
I created this DIY “congrats grad” graduation banner printable and the picture graduation banner printable for my son’s 5th-grade graduation and I am so happy with how they turned out! So I thought id share them with you all as free graduation banner printables so you can download and use as many as you need for your grad’s graduation party. Enjoy!
Although it’s not rocket science to create banners such as these, it is time-consuming. So I am very excited to share them with all of you and hope it makes decorating for your special grad a little less stressful!
This post is all about graduation banner printable.
Graduation Banner Printable
So here you go, hope these free graduation printables help you make your kiddos’ graduation one they will never forget!
Graduation Banner Printable Printing Instructions
- Print on letter-size paper. (8.5 X 11)
- Print on card stock semi-gloss cardstock paper for the best results. But you can print on regular printer paper too. You can also get these printed at places such as Staples, and Office Depot.
What You’ll Need
- Semi-Gloss – Cardstock Paper
- Clear Tape
- Single Hole Puncher
- Twine or String of Choice
“Congrats Grad” Graduation Banner Printable
- Step 1– Cut out the banner letters, following the lines carefully. (repeat for all banner letters)
- Step 2- Use a hole puncher to punch a hole on either side of the banner letters. (repeat for all banner letters)
- Step 3- Line up the banner images in order on a flat surface. String your twine (or whatever string you’re using) through the holes. String front to back. Once all letters are stringed, use clear tape to secure the twine from the back to secure the letters in place.
Make one long banner or two, as shown above.
Picture Graduation Printable
The printable is from Pre-k – to 12th grade, so you can use it for 5th, 8th, and 12th-grade graduations.
- Step 1- Cut out the banner images, following the lines carefully. (repeat for all banner images)
- Step 2- Use a hole puncher to punch a hole on either side of all the banner images.
- Step 3- Line up the banner images in order on a flat surface. String your twine (or whatever string you’re using) through the holes. String front to back. Once all banner images are stringed, clear tape from the back to secure the banner image in place.
- Step 4- Add photos per grade. Make sure photos are 5 X 7 or smaller, so they fit.
And there you have it! If you create either one of these graduation banners please make sure to come back and let me know how it turned out! I would love to hear about it!
Would you rather buy a graduation banner? Here are some great options from Amazon that are also budget-friendly and have great reviews.
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