It's hard to believe, but the school year is coming to an end. The seniors are finishing their final year, and are preparing to move onto the next stage of their lives. These three free graduation printables would make a nice framed gift, display at a graduation party, or a card for a special graduate in your life.
Hello readers! It's Molly from Just a Little Creativity, and if you're like me, you're in awe (and a little happy) that it's the end of the school year already. My oldest graduated high school last year and just finished her first year of college 500 miles away from home, and my next in line will be a junior next year. Time is flying by, that's for sure. Graduation is exciting and scary, and one of the most unique times in both the child and parents lives. It's sad and happy all at once. There will be a lot of tears shed and smiles shared as you see your graduate walk across that stage, so grown and so proud, and you'll wonder when they grew up. Weren't they just a baby yesterday?
We want to give them just the right words to carry into their futures. There's so much you all of a sudden feel like you have to impart. You'll wonder whether there was more you could have done, and pray they'll remember all you've taught them as they go into the next season of their lives.
I'm sharing these three free printables that I created for you to use as you'd like. They're ready to print on an 11x14 page, and are perfect for framing. Or, you can download and size them to whatever you'd like to suit your needs.
I've recently learned how to digitally watercolor my own photos, and it's so, so fun!
This cherry blossom image for the "Always Stay Humble & Kind" printable was photographed in Nashville, Tennessee this past spring.
The "All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them" by Walt Disney was photographed on the Natchez Trace Parkway in Franklin, Tennessee.
And finally, this quote from John F. Kennedy "Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try" was photographed on a nature trail in Pensacola, Florida.
So yeah, hug those big kids really tight before they walk across that stage.