• Taunya Butler

    Awesome cards to congratulate any graduate!!!

  • ionabunny

    Love that starry starry background and the graduate border is such fun. My favourite graduation memory is taking my hat off. That sucker was tight!! And it was such fun to throw it in the air. Hugz

  • Vivian C.

    My graduation memory is giving the commencement speech. It was a proud day shared with family. Great graduation cards. Love adding the graduation cap to the congrats.

  • Gilda (McStamper)

    A great memory (not necessarily favorite) was my own college graduation. I was 47 and pretty proud. Thanks for your giveaway.

  • KathleenR

    Beautiful cards, thanks for sharing them


  • Janet Ingraham

    This is a die group I have to have on hand. My eighth grade graduation must have been quite the challenge for my mom. I insisted I had to have an up-do for my hair. So off we went to the beauty school who hemmed and hawed about what to do with my waist long hair. Then the minute I was to go to graduation I took it all down and mom patiently fixed it down.

  • Jen Petersen

    My brother is graduating from Dental school in about a month. What a fun graduation card ideas!

  • Jean Boyko

    Oh it’s so hard to choose between my son and daughters high school graduations. But my sons is most recent and in a year he’ll graduate from college. Wow!
    A dear family friend made him a ribbon lei in his high school colors. He treasures it. So we’ve asked her to make on for his college graduation next year. So fun and exciting.
    I’d love to make some beautiful graduation cards for his friends like the lovely ones on this blog.
    Thank you!!

  • Carey Nusbaum

    I am a Pre-K teacher, so I am emotional at graduation every year because it is bittersweet. I love both of your graduation cards! Thanks for the inspiration and for the opportunity to win!

  • Mary-Anne V.

    Great cards to celebrate such an important milestone. I remember fondly my high school grad and my kids preschool graduations.

  • lisa808

    My favorite graduation memory is my graduation party when I graduated high school at 16. It was a fun party with family and friends.

  • Jean Bullock

    My favorite graduation memory is watching my Marine Corps veteran son graduate college. So proud of him.


    My favorite graduation memory is my graduation from college. I took several attempts to get my degree so when I graduated my parents and family made a huge deal out of it. We had a party and had great times with my family. I loved both cards and would love to have this stuff. Thank you for the chance.

  • sharla~

    Fabulous cards! I have a niece graduating this year and would love to send her an amazing card! My favorite gradution memories are of my kids, my son graduated from the Police Academy and his dad who is also an officer got to pin his badge on, and when my daughter graduated high school she wore her high top converse sneakers peeking under her gown! So fun! 🙂

  • Joan VanCourt

    Love those dies and cards. Thanks for the inspiration. I have been blessed with two college grads, happily working in their fields of study. Congrats to all those parents that made it through the challenge years.

  • Jan Elmore

    Everyone had on their swimsuits under their gowns and as soon as the ceremony was over, it was off to the lake with our ski boats and ice chests! I remember it being the best party ever!

  • Kathy J in Ellicott City

    My youngest graduates from High School this year. I love the cards the dt made and may have to copy one for his card, which I have not made yet, and he graduates at the end of the month.

  • Kathy D

    Lovely cards! My son is graduating from college this month – so proud of him, can’t wait to see what his bright future holds for him!

  • stampnk

    My favorite graduation was my grandson’s preschool graduation. I had never even heard of a preschool graduation but I went along to see what it was all about. What a sweet surprise to see him in a tiny cap and gown, and then for him to give a little speech as part of the ceremony. He was so proud of himself that I couldn’t help but smile…and tear up. That was just the first in a long line of graduations for him, all the way through college and grad school.

  • Arianna Barbara

    Wow! Great sets and cards! Beautiful! My most memorable graduation is when I graduated from college, almost 3 years ago. I worked really hard but I feel so proud of myself.

  • Denise Bryant

    Great cards! Love the use of these dies!
    My favorite graduation story… my daughter graduated from Chico State with a double major. Very proud of her!

  • cathy d

    Great cards, thanks for sharing them. Also, thanks for a chance to win.

  • Rebecca Ednie

    My middle son’s SK grad was very memorable. They sang a song so sweet it make me cry!

  • Rae Ann

    Our youngest daughter will be graduating from college on the 21st. She is graduating with honors and we couldn’t be more proud! Thank you for the chance to win.

  • Teresa Doyle

    Beautiful cards and a great prize. I already have a fantastic idea for a card using ALL of these goodies. My best grad. memory was when my daughter (not the valedictorian) ASKED to address her fellow grads with a special parting message! We were SO PROUD of her!

  • Wahnita Hammond

    AMAZING cards ladies!! What a wonderful way to celebrate such a huge success! My daughter will be the first in our house to graduate college. Although we are business owners, we were not so fortunate to have the support growing up. She has been successful, hard working, and dedicated throughout school. I could never be more proud of her! These dies would be perfect for celebrating her huge accomplishments & success. 🙂

  • TracyM #6773

    I’m seeing stars and LOVING IT!!!
    YAY – I’m SO PROUD to say that our nephew has just graduated with degree in Graphic Design and I would love to make a starry card to help him celebrate 🙂
    THANK YOU for the INSPIRATION and the chance to win!!!

  • Tona

    Love these dies!
    I went to college at the ripe old age of 40 so that graduation was my most memorable.

  • MargeryC

    My nephew is graduatiing this year and my son next year. I could use the graduation goodies to make that special card. Love the Eventful die cut.

  • Beverly Perdue

    My niece will be graduating in about 3 weeks. She is the last in our family to graduate. My sister has planned a big graduation party for her. I haven’t made her card yet! I want it to be special. I love the helpful hints on these cards — cutting a part of the graduation border and using several layers of cardstock to create dimension with the “Congrats” die!

  • Janet Sisk

    My niece is graduating this year. I can’t believe she is already old enough to graduate. Where does the time go? I need to make her a very special card and these graduation giveaways are perfect. Thanks for a chance to win! 😀

  • Connie Wine

    Our foreign exchange student from Sweden receives her certificate this coming Sunday. Very special for her. She will actually go home to graduate. Graduations are just wonderful!!!

  • Christy Q

    Lovely projects – so inspiring! My brother is a soon to be graduate and he’s so inspiring to me as he went back to school while working full-time and is pursuing a degree in secondary education. So extremely proud of him!!

  • Gloria

    My kids kindergarten graduation was the best. The whole class was adorable.

  • Kris B

    What wonderful graduation cards! I am needing to make quite a few cards this year, so I love the inspiration! My daughter will be graduating high school in just a few weeks! She is my youngest, so it is going to be bittersweet!

  • Gina

    Just attended my son’s college graduation this past Friday. I am so very proud of him. Now, I’m looking forward to watching my daughter graduate this December. So lucky to have both of these wonderful children! Thanks for the chance to win this great prize package! Would be great to have to make a card for my girl!

  • Laraine R

    Fabulous cards! My graduate would be my son. He graduated with honors from high school & college! We are so proud of him! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Phyllis Freese

    Our most recent graduate will be our oldest grand son who is graduating from pre-school next week. Such great ideas to choose from in making his card.

  • Becca Yahrling

    My oldest nephew, Nic, is going to graduate on May 20th! He’s been home schooled, he loves debate and wants to be a lawyer. We’re very proud of him. And I need to make him a card! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize pack.
    (Cute cards by Lisa and Amy!).

  • Tracy

    My daughter is a junior in high school and we have many family friends that have seniors graduating soon, so I have many graduation cards to send, these would be great to have!

  • Ree Donnelly

    My favorite graduation was my own! I had dropped out of h.s. back in ’75, got my GED in ’77 and went to hairdressing school! After having 2 of my 3 kids, went back and graduated with the class of 1990!!!It was awesome!!!!
    Thanx for the chance!!! <3

  • karenladd

    My most memorable graduation memory is of my son’s high school graduation. I was a scrapbooker so I had big plans for a multi-page layout and had instructed my son to watch for me as they filed past…and give me a big smile and wave. I muscled my way to the front of the crowd of excited parents and family, camera ready, eyes peeled for my son. As all the grads filed past, he was no where to be seen. I stood on tip-toe, craned my neck….no son anywhere. As that sea of blue graduation gowns flowed past, I suddenly saw a hand shoot up out of the middle of the crowd….but no face to go with it. It was my son! That was the sole photo of the event….one hand popping up out of a mass of strangers. I went ahead and scrapped that crazy photo anyway, along with the story and his official graduation photo from the school. Everytime I see that layout, I can’t help but laugh. College graduation was almost as bad, when he left in the middle of the ceremony and the only photo I got was of him crossing the lawn, alone, while the rest of the graduates sat and listened to speeches. Yes…I scrapped that one too!

  • Linsey

    My favorite graduation memory is a recent one–that of my baby brother, Tyson, who graduated with honors from the University of Nevada, Reno with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. What a profoundly moving moment it was to watch him walk up and receive that diploma…I thought I might burst with pride and joy that day. Graduating from college is not something that happens a lot in my immediate family and my parents are not rich people. My brother worked so hard for that degree and my parents did everything they could to make it possible too. After 4 long and difficult years, to see all that hard work pay off and come to fruition was very special indeed. Thanks for the opportunity to share and for these darling cards from Lisa and Amy! I love them both and the delightful “Congrats” script and border dies are wonderful!!!

  • Andrea1702

    I had just gotten engaged to my husband the week I graduated from law school. It was a special time celebrating my achievement and the start of our life together.

  • Amy McCue

    Those graduation cards are so cute!!

  • R Hill

    My favorite graduation memory is when my son graduated army boot camp (now basic training I guess!) in South Carolina. My daughter and I flew out from California to see the ceremony. Very moving! We got to spend the day with him before he took off for Virginia for training. What an adventure!

  • Amy Cooley

    I love these products and would get a lot of use out of them. Love the samples!

  • Lavonne Sylvester

    My youngest daughter is graduating from high school this June. I’m not sure how I feel about it since she want nothing to do with any of the ceremony or even the banquet. Yes, it would save a lot of money, but I really wanted to have her go through this milestone. Anyway, these are awesome die sets. Thanks so much for the chance to win. 🙂

  • shartl

    My favorite memory is of my college graduation. Not only did I graduate with friends who I had shared so many ups and downs with, but also with my boyfriend, who is now my husband of 8 years. When I graduated I had dreams of the life I hoped to live and it all came true! I feel so lucky to have a wonderful marriage, two beautiful little girls and even a home-based job that lets me be creative and spend time with amazing people. That graduation border pretty much expresses how I feel about life right now, Yay!

  • Janis in ID

    My favorite graduation memory was graduating from college. Biology was a challenging major, but I felt like I had really accomplished something.
    Thanks for the chance to win these goodies. I don’t have very many grad things in my stash so I could really use these. all my friends kids are either graduating, getting married, or having babies!! 🙂
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  • Kristina CraftyPaws

    Graduating from a masters programs in England, my parents flew in from Seattle Washington and we’re so in awe of the pomp and circumstance. Even compared to my college graduation where a commencement address was given in Latin, it was so amazingly embued with history. I love graduations, because they mark the completion of something big with the beginning of something else wonderful. Hugs, Kristina

  • Jean Marmo

    We are past the days of graduations! I think my favorite memory is from 4 years ago when our daughter received her PhD. Her picture was one of a few to be highlighted on the scoreboard and she got to carry a department flag!

  • Sandra Warthen

    My son graduated from college this past Saturday. I am so very proud of him. He paid his way as he went and graduated without any college debt.

  • Leanne S

    Beautiful graduation cards & dies. Really love them. My daughter is going to graduate next year & besides the graduation border, all other TE graduation themed products are in my wishlist.

  • Alice H

    My nephew is graduating from high school this June. He was born with normal hearing but as a very young boy, he lost his hearing completely. With wonderful training and education and the implementation of a Coclear implant, he speaks very clearly and his hearing has improved immensely! We’re all very proud of him!

  • Kitty

    Great graduation cards! They are one of my favorites to make! So much promise and high goals…

  • Sue D

    Great cards. My favorite memory is how proud we were when my son received his doctorate.

  • Lynne Jardine

    Cool Grad cards!
    Back in my day, we didn’t have graduation from High School or pre-school, and due to family circumstances, I didn’t get to finish University, so I’ve never graduated 🙁

  • Cynthia Clark

    My oldest grandson’s high school graduation, last year. My youngest son is graduating next month with a master’s in psychology .

  • Janet

    I was very proud when my husband graduated from medical school. It was tough because he didn’t begin med school until he was in his thirties and we had already started a family. What great cards!

  • Lisa K

    Cute cards! My favorite graduation memory, well one of them, was watching my sister graduate with her masters degree. We sat on the bleachers with her husband, boys, best friend and family, and my girls. She spend many a night at my house over a few years completing this hard earned degree. I was very proud of her.

  • Sue McRae

    Very fun cards! Love the grad silhouettes! My graduation was such a long time ago but I do remember the fun we had, so many laughs and we were excited to be finished high school!

  • susan hatfield

    These cards are too cute! My graduation memory was my daughter graduating from college. She was the first in our family to do so and we were so proud of her! She went on to get her Master’s degree.

  • Helen Gullett

    My favorite graduate is my daugther. She was super cute in her kindergarten graduation rope and hat ❤️

  • Karen B.

    Amazing celebratory cards ladies! I remember my high school graduation fondly…my twin sister was the valedictorian and I was so proud! Her speech was so inspiring.

  • Niki Jorgensen

    We had a “streaker” at my high school graduation…!! I’m dating myself, because streaking was kind of a big deal in the ’70’s, and it certainly made for a memorable graduation!
    Great cards – love these as ideas. Thanks design team – you’re very inspiring.

  • Brenda T.

    What fun graduation cards! Several young adults graduating in the next few years. These would be great addition to my caRd making supplies.

  • LizD

    My most memorable graduation is when I graduated from college. Even though it’s been a “few” years, I worked really hard going nights, weekends while raising my 4 daughters and being married to a hard working husband. I did it in 5 years! I felt so proud walking across that stage. I love the border of the graduates.

  • Michele K. Henderson

    I would love to wish my brother a happy congratulations on his tech class! He would love a masculine card!
    Take Care!

  • Monika/buzsy

    Fantastic cards Ladies. Love both. The water color background looks great Lisa! My oldest is graduation from 8th grade. I am shocked and can’t believe he’s that old! I will need graduation cards this year. 🙂

  • Joan Matis

    We have a beautiful special needs granddaughter. It has taken her longer than most to complete college, but she graduated last weekend. We are so pleased and proud.

  • Christine Dring

    Wow! These cards are spectacular! One of my nieces just graduated from college this past Saturday. We are so very proud of her!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • KT Fit Kitty

    I love Lisa’s and Amy’s cards – so cute! I guess I should get started on a card for my niece who will soon be graduating! Thanks for the inspiration and awesome giveaway!

  • Liz McAllister

    My daughter will be graduating soon. She has a group of 7 wonderful girlfriends. They come to our house nearly every weekend to make cards! The girls will make cards for one another that are so unique to each girl. They even build “walls” on that table top so their work is hidden! I’d love to have graduation supplies for them to use

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