It's spring again, and with every spring comes graduation! My husband and I are just entering the phase of life where our friends kids are graduating, so I've been doing some research online to see what kind of fun gift ideas I can find. I'd love to share some of my favorites with you today in hopes that they might help you find a fun, creative way to give a gift to that high school or college graduate. I found all of these on Pinterest!
Candy Gram Pail:
This would be a cute, inexpensive gift to give to those grads who you know, but aren't particularly close too. Open the link below for instructions and to read the cute little poem that is attached to the front of this. http://funmomonthego.blogspot.com/2011/05/graduation-gift.html
2-liter filled with cash:
Here's a fun little gift that any graduate would enjoy. You could decorate the bottle with their high school colors or their college of choice colors. See the link below for instructions on this cute and easy gift. http://nancyscraftspot.blogspot.com/2010/06/graduation-gift.html
Shower Bucket with a twist:
This is a cute idea for the high school grad who is college bound. Be sure and check out the link below to see all the creative little ideas that were tagged to each gift in the bucket!
A Favorite Verse as Wall Art:
Why not paint or print an encouraging verse and either frame it up or put it on wood like this one? Then they can take it and hang it in their dorm room or house as a reminder of what's truly most important. Not feeling like you are crafty? Then you can buy this one at the link below.
Now share with us your favorite ideas to give as graduation gifts!
(Gena Sego lives in Edmond, OK. She has been married to the love of her life, Bart, for 17 years. They have two teenage daughters. Besides being a Keeper of her home full time, she also works part time for a management-consulting firm as an executive assistant. A former Keepers team member, Gena teaches the Household Management Skill Session in the newly updated Keeper DVDs and facilitates Called to be a Keeper Bible studies in her local church.)