How to Make Mizzou Virtual Celebration Posts

Using the fun graphics Mizzou created, you can take any photo of a Mizzou Made grad to add some extra flair.

The Family and Friends and the Students sections have many stickers and graphics to add to your social media while you participate in the virtual celebration. Between May 15 and 16, post your creations on social media using the hashtag #MizzouMade, share the images by email, or print them out to decorate your home or even send them in the mail.

If you don’t have a photo editing tool and you’d like to give it a try, here are a few free tools available online you can use.

Canva (mobile version)

PicMonkey (mobile version)

Spark (iOs version) (Android version)

In most editing programs, you can upload your photo of choice and then add the extras Mizzou created for you. Here’s an example:

We uploaded this photo of a tiger on campus wearing a graduation cap to Canva.

A photo of the bronze tiger on Canahan Quad with a graduation cap on top. Behind you can see Jesse Hall.

Most tools let you pick the size or social media service where you want to post your photo. Let’s say we want to post to Instagram. The editing tool will resize the image to the correct size for Instagram.

A photo of the bronze tiger on Canahan Quad with a graduation cap on top. Behind you can see Jesse Hall. The image is placed on a white staging area shaped as a square.

Fill the space up with the image.

A photo of the bronze tiger on Canahan Quad with a graduation cap on top. Behind you can see Jesse Hall. The image fills up a staging area shaped as a square.

Download some Mizzou graphics or stickers from the Virtual Celebration website and upload them to the editing tool. You can now place them on top in any way you would like.

A photo of the bronze tiger on Canahan Quad with a graduation cap on top. Behind you can see Jesse Hall. The image is square shaped with hand drawn gold flowers and confetti along with a hand drawn gold "Mizzou" and black "Made" below the first word. A black graduation cap is on top of the "o" with confetti shooting out.

Save and download the image to your computer or phone and post it to your social media! Don’t forget to include the hashtag #MizzouMade so everyone can follow along during the virtual celebration.