Graduation Invitations

Creative Tips:

1. I created 50 of these for my oldest son’s college graduation. The More Mustard piece is a pullout revealing the graduation exercise information. The text is done using Adobe Illustrator where I set up the type and placement. It was printed directly to the card stock and then cut to size.

2. The Class of 2010 tab is attached on the right side only. This construction creates leverage to hold the flap down.

3. The left flap wraps the invite and is sealed using a gold foil sticker. I purchased these from a party store.

4. The photo is attached using Dotto adhesive. It can be easily removed if the receiver desires to keep it.

Then hit SHOP NOW

Card Recipe:
Stamps: Text done on the computer using Adobe Illustrator
Paper: Night of Navy (106547), More Mustard (100946), More Mustard DP (Retired)
Ink: Night of Navy (rgb formula)
Accessories: Circle Scissor Plus (112530), Bone Folder (102300), Paper Cutter (104152), Dotto Adhesive (103305), Sticky Strip (104294)

Dacia Smith

3 thoughts on “Graduation Invitations

  1. I agree, I have been trying to duplicate the measurements and are frustrated beyond belief after demolishing three sheets of paper. I would LOVE the dimensions and a little more explanation. It is a fantastic card!

  2. Hello, i am interested in the measurements that you used to make this card for my sons graduation as well.. I tried calling the number that you have on your site and I never got a return call.. So if you can please put the measurements and dimensions that you used to make this awesome card I would greatly appreciate and seems the lady who posted her question in 2011 would be aslo. Lol Thank You for your time and effort.. God bless you and your family.

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