With a few simple cuts, you can turn an simple handmade Graduation card into a gift card holder for your favorite graduate! Follow these steps, and choose your paper colors based on the graduate’s high school colors, or the colors of their new college.
I made this card entirely from my Cricut Expression machine, using Plantin Schoolbook for the words, and my new favorite cartridge — Everyday Paper Dolls — for everything else. That cartridge cuts out so many things! See why I love it.
Are you looking for a unique graduation card for someone special? Thanks to designer papers, you can find a wide array of sentiments, designs, and colors that will make your card stand out from all the rest. See how I made this graduation card.
Do you need a card for a special person? Try this unique ‘name’ card to let someone know that you’re proud of them. I love making personalized cards for kids with uncommon names, and the sentiment inside can be for any occasion.
I hope this retirement scrapbook might inspire you to create one for the retiring teacher in your life. It could also be great as a year-end gift for a current teacher, perhaps sponsored by a talented class mom who is willing to be very hands-on with the project. Have fun with it — the possibilities are endless!
This is a graduation card for my 5-year old nephew who is graduating from pre-school. Obviously this card can be used for any type of graduation ceremony, and for graduates of any age.
I made a couple of graduation cards this year. This one feature’s the graduate’s name on the front cover. See how I made this graduation card, step-by-step.
You can make this star-shaped card with or without a Cricut machine. Here are directions for making the card both ways…
This card was for a colleague who is leaving for a new job. I have now been recruited to make a card for every event in my office! For this one, I used my Cricut machine and a Sharpie marker, in addition to colored papers.