Decorate your cap for graduation

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Decorate your cap for graduation

This is an example of a finished, decorated cap.

This is an example of a finished, decorated cap.

This is an example of a finished, decorated cap.

This is an example of a finished, decorated cap.

By Makayla Miles

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When it comes close to graduation and you receive your cap and gown, it may look a little bare. Luckily, decorating caps for graduation is a tradition not only at Jefferson High School, but at high schools across the country. This is a chance for graduates to show off their style in front of their fellow classmates, teachers and parents. Some caps are decorated with flowers, lights or patterns. Others may have quotes, sayings, or college swag on them.

But how do you decide how to decorate your own cap for graduation?

When you think about what to decorate your cap with, think about your own personal style. It’s important to choose a design that you like, not just what everyone else is doing. Your design will likely appear in many graduation photos, and you may keep your cap as a momentum.

Start by thinking about your interests. Are you excited for your future? Does a specific quote really speak to you? Use these things! Use what’s important to you and your future after graduation.

Second, you’ll need to find or buy supplies, such as paper, stencils and glue. Then, you’ll want to arrange your decoration in a way that will be well-seen when wearing the cap.

Lastly, you should secure all pieces from falling off. Then, try it on! Does it fit your style? Are you happy with the design? If the design is perfect, wear it. If not, maybe try another, or find some new ideas.

Your decorated cap should reflect your excitement for your future.

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