Sunday, April 10, 2011

Senior Week Locker Decorations



Senior Week has become a popular event at High Schools to celebrate their graduating students. Here is one that I made for my daughter, Mindy in 2003. The design was created on a template provided by the school and the locker company so the finished product fits exactly.The next one down is from my middle child, Hanna from 2008. The template was used but she wanted it created in parts to re-use, so it is made in 3 sections: Childhood, Sr pic and Sr year with College Choice. The last one in this post is from my son Kevin and he graduated 2011. He wanted something cram packed with details and that's what he got!

When making this ornament to honor your student be sure to include some details like:
*Student's Name
*Senior Portrait
*Baby Pictures
*Activities or Sports
*Favorites Colors
*Future Aspirations
*College Choice with Colors & Mascot
*Congratulations & Good Luck!

These are just a few examples of what could be incorporated. Think of it as a collage or a giant greeting card!


Utilize past yearbooks for ideas along with a scrapbook supplies! After the project is complete, take it to an office supply or school supply store and have it laminated. Call ahead to make sure the shop offers wide laminating on a roll. Some places only have it by the sheet and your decoration will not fit in that machine. Also, it may take a while for the processor to warm up, so let them know that you are coming.


At the school, just secure it to your locker with clear packing tape! Don't forget to leave some goodies in the locker too!

    Hope that helps! if you need anything else,
                           just  send me a note ....
                          cyndilouwho@bellsouth.net





Here are some Do's & Don'ts from Collins Hill High School:
http://www.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/CollinsHillHS/SeniorWeb/lockers.htm

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