Learn how to make beautiful DIY grad party decor using graphics and SVG files from Printable Cuttable Creatables. This is a sponsored post; all ideas and opinions are my own.
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DIY Grad Party Decor Supplies
- Congrats Grad Graduation Set
- Xyron Sticker Maker
- Transparent Glitter Vinyl
- Mylar Balloons
Start by creating 2 inch circles in your design program (I use Silhouette Studio). Import the graphics and add one image to each circle. Print and then cut the circles out.
Use a sticker maker to place adhesive on half the circles. Place the stickered circle image size down on the table, add a toothpick to the back, and sandwich the non-sticky circle image on the other side, being careful to line up the sides.
Now you have beautiful DIY cupcake toppers!
Use the disassembled cut files to make the decorated balloons. Cut the different elements out from the different colors, then use transfer tape to put the image together.
Use the transfer tape to place the vinyl graphics onto a mylar balloon. You can personalize these with the school colors. If you are inflating balloons, it’s easier to add the vinyl to the uninflated balloon first, but you can still add it to purchased inflated balloons, like I did with this one.
Have fun crafting and creating DIY grad party decor, and be sure to check out the other FUN projects:
My grandson doesn’t graduate high school until next year but these are some awesome designs.
I love the design on the mylar balloon! What an awesome way to personalize it. Thanks for sharing your inspiration and the savings code, you’re swell! 🙂
So neat, I have a grad pty to go to, may consider this for making a card!
These are just great.
So fun! I didn’t know you could use vinyl on balloons!
Cute graduate ideas!
I love that sparkle from the glitter vinyl on the mylar balloon!!
love the ideas. Going to try the balloons. Great Idea.
Great ideas! although my last child graduated in 2012 my grandson graduates in 3 years so I will TRY to remember this! Great job!
I would have never thought to use vinyl on a mylar balloon. This is genius! Great tutorial.
What a fun idea to add it to the balloon! It looks great, and the cupcakes look delicious! 🙂
Fun designs and
love the balloon
Carla from Arizona
WOW! What a wonderful set of graduation makes, showing how versatile the SVG’s are. I suspect the Grad was thrilled silly with them all.
Fun ideas. My oldest daughter graduated from high school 2 days ago and we have some parties coming up. I’ll keep these ideas in mind for those parties. Thanks for sharing these ideas.
Thank you for sharing the mylar balloon application.
First time visiting your site and can’t wait to explore more.
Wow! The balloon idea is unbelievable!! We can do this for any occasion. So exciting. I love the way you made the cupcake toppers, I never thought to try it like this. I always made the process way more complicated 🙂 The final set up with the balloon and the cupcakes, looks incredible! Thank you very much for sharing.
That’s a great idea! I just used the graduation design to make a card.
Great idea! Never thought of a sticker for a mylar balloon. This idea has so many possibilities!
After seeing how easy it is to make I will be decorating all of our future Mylar balloons. Love this and thank you!!
I have never thought of applying vinyl to a mar balloon! What an amazing idea!!!!
What a fun project!! I’ll need to save this for down the line!! Thanks for the inspiration!!
Adding vinyl to a mylar balloon is a great idea. Love that you can having matching decorations.