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April 24, 2013

Whether it’s from kindergarten, high school or college, graduation is a milestone to celebrate! We congratulate achievement and recognize the end of one stage of life and the progression into another.

Do you have a graduate to congratulate and honor this year? Or perhaps you have some graduation photos hiding away on a hard drive or in a shoebox? From graduations past to graduations present, we’ve got some great templates that will inspire and help you celebrate and remember those special achievements! Type “graduation” into the Template Gallery search box, and you’ll see over 100 graduation-themed projects.

Let’s start with word art! Check out this fantastic 11 x 14 print designed by Lynda Angelatsro. It’s the perfect way to honor a graduate and so easy to customize with a grad’s name and school colors. Display it in a frame to give it an extra special touch! And don’t forget, projects like this are easy to modify to fit other products using the “import page” tool in Studio. For example, this print would also make a wonderful 5 x 7 invitation or greeting card! “Graduate Subway Gift” is template 84423, and it’s just waiting for your personal touch!

What graduate wouldn’t love a book commemorating his educational journey and highlighting his strengths, attributes and achievements? This 12 x 12 storybook, simply titled, “You,” does just that. With plenty of room for photos, this project is a wonderful way to tell a child just how proud you are of who they are. It’s also a great way to preserve many of the photos, events and memories from a graduate’s years at school. “You,” was designed by Sandra Dovre and is template 87712.

Keep in mind that all of our templates are completely customizable—so if you like the concept of a template and the basic placement of photos and text, but aren’t particularly fond of the art and color choices, no problem! Just exchange for art and colors that better fit the look and style you prefer!

Graduates need graduation announcements, and we’ve got plenty of those to share. Here are a few of our favorites:

“Graduation” 4 x 8 photo card designed by Adrianne Page, template 106401

“2013 Grad” 7 x 5 invitation designed by Kelly Barquin, template 104837

“Chalked Up Graduation” 7 x 5 invitation designed by Roxanne Buchholz, template 106182

“Playful Chalk Graduation” 7 x 5 invitation designed by Roxanne Buchholz, template 106183

“Classy Graduation” 7 x 5 invitation designed by Roxanne Buchholz, template 106181

If you’d like to create a coordinating set of graduation projects, consider using these templates designed by Cynthia Coulon.

“Girl-Grad Announcement”  4 x 6 invitation, template 106455

“Girl-Grad Gift” ornamental keepsake, template 106453

“Girl-Grad Mug” love mug, template 106452

“Girl-Grad Table Décor” 12 x 12 scrap page, template 106454

(Above: “table decor” pieces cut out and scattered across a table top, along with candy bars wrapped in customized address lables. Use table decor pieces as cupcake toppers, tags, or other clever and creative ways!)

“Graduation Candy Bar Wrapper” address labels, template 106451

Cynthia also designed a similar set of graduation projects for boys that are available in the Template Gallery.

We hope you’ve found these graduation templates interesting and inspiring! Remember, there are plenty more where these came from, in the Template Gallery