Graduation Card

See how to make this homemade graduation card in this simple tutorial.

Someone very special is going to get this card in about two weeks!!
I can’t believe graduation time has come already – where did the year go?! In no time at all I’ll be watching my daughter enter kindergarten, and then *gulp* graduate high school!
For now, I’m just happy to make a graduation card for my beautiful niece :) 

This simp[le graduation card was made using Close to My Heart materials.

I used all Close to My Heart products for this card, because I love the products they sell. Everything coordinates SO easily!

Here’s what I used:

White Card and Envelope
Diploma Day Stamp
Sparkly pink cardstock (Recollections)
Black & white cardstock
Black Ink
Chalk Marker

And of course, I used my favourite crafting tool: My Cricut Explore Air 2!

Pieces for this graduation card were cut using my Cricut Explore.

I started by cutting out a white shape big enough to fit my stamp on the Cricut Explore Air 2. Once I had the cardstock cut, I stamped the hat, and the wording onto the cardstock using the black ink. Then I cut the black and pink cardstock to fit (just 1/2″ smaller than the card height and width). Finally, I added a cute little border detail with my chalk marker.

I’m SO happy with how it turned out!
One more reason to be excited about graduation day :)

This finished graduation card is all ready to be signed for that special grad in your life!

For more great card and Close to My Heart inspiration here’s the Father’s Day Footprint card I designed this year :)

Father's Day Footprint Card


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8 thoughts on “Graduation Card

  1. I would totally buy that from a store! Looks so amazing, I’m sure your niece is happy to have such a creative and talented aunt!!

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