#6. Now that it's time for your graduate to enter the working field, it's time to get her/him organized for networking.
Help them do that by creating a business card holder for their new office.
#7. Folding bills into origami grad caps is a unique and creative way to gift a graduate money.
Attach different colored tassels to each one so they pop out more!
#8. Now that they're finally done with the big textbooks they're never going to use again, turn one of them into a safe they can hide items inside of.
#9. If you have a small/simple gift like money or a gift card, try recreating this fast and easy "surprise in a can" to put the gift into.
#10. Create adorable magnets with your favorite memories of you and the graduate.
#11. If your graduate plans on moving away after graduation, gift them with a suitcase that's decorated to match their flare.
#12. For the graduate who is still a kid at heart (and feels like he's growing too fast), recreate him these playful lego cufflinks.
#13. Create a collection of handmade mini cards and fill them out with various reasons of why you are so proud of him/her.
You can gift them these cards alone or attach them to other gifts.
#14. If your graduate was one of those social butterflies that joined various clubs, try surprising them with one big quilt made out of all their old t-shirts for a big trip down memory lane.
#15. You can never go wrong with a big photo collage.
Ask family members and close friends to provide you with photos of them and the graduate beforehand!
#16. Top a mason jar off with a homemade grad cap out of black construction paper and fill the jar up with your graduate's favorite treats.
#17. Make a journal for the graduate to jot down his or her exciting adventures in the oncoming years.
#18. Help your graduate remember his or her origins by making them their very own personalized state frame.
#19. If they don't already have one, sew them a unique looking sleeve to store and/or carry their laptop around.
#20. If your graduate isn't that good with money management yet, make them this money jar that'll help them save money.
#21. Create a decorative whiteboard for the graduate to keep track of their agendas and to-do lists.
#22. Recreate this low profile organizer for the graduate with upcoming travel plans.
#23. If your graduate had a specific quote that they held onto and help get them through their years in school, paint that exact quote onto a canvas for them to hang in their new work office or first independent home.
#24. If you've got a lady graduate in the creative field, make her this cute lace briefcase to get her ready for the working world.
#25. And of course who doesn't love a big money lei?
It is after all, money.