There are so many graduation ceremonies and celebrations going on this and next month. It’s a proud moment for the graduate, the parents, grandparents and the rest of the family and friends.
I’m very proud of my great-nephew Christopher who recently graduated from Boone High School. He’s my sister’s first grandchild to graduate and also my niece’s first child. He’s taking a few gap months before he decides his future, he’ll be actually visiting some national parks with his cousin an other fellow graduate.
I made this graduation card for him in his school colors.
The finished card measures 4-1/4″ x 7-1/2″
- Card Base 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, score and fold each side at 2-1/8” for the gatefold
- Mortar Board 3”x 3”
- Neck Piece 3” x 3”, cut in half diagonally
- Inside pieces, 2 at 1-7/8” x 5-14” for the side panels and 4” x 5-14” for the center piece
- A scrap piece 1-1/2” x 2” to attach the mortar board
Here is the video where I learned how to make it. I added and modified a few measurements for a taller card.
Enjoy a photo gallery of the graduation celebration. Unfortunately I was unable to attend but I was there in spirit!
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