Wednesday, May 16, 2012

2012 graduation subway art

do you have a 2012 graduate?

there are a lot of graduations that go on now days...
preschool graduations
kindergarten graduations
5th grade graduations
middle school graduations
high school graduations
and college graduations
(did i miss any?)

so hopefully a lot of you can put this subway art to good use! 

we have a few options for you...

you can download the black and white subway art (without the black borders)
or you can download the six cards on an 8x10
or you can change the colors, using this psd subway art
(if you'd like the directions for changing the colors, read this post. and yes, in the directions i misspelled tassel.. oops)


the graduation subway art will print perfectly as a 16x20 or 8x10
or
you can print it as a 5x7 (from a photo lab) like i did for this project.
you will lose the white space from the sides (which probably wouldn't work in a frame)
but it still works great here...


TO MAKE THIS PROJECT:  cut and fold black cardstock then attach the subway art to the front. trim a sheet of white cardstock for the inside. for some extra umph... i cut a scalloped frame out with the silhouette and wrapped black ribbon around my gift. 

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we'd love to see your eighteen25 inspired projects,
share with us on facebook or on instagram #eighteen25

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FIND THE 2013 SUBWAY ART HERE!!

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20 comments:

  1. Awesome! Thank you so much! I downloaded the cards and the psd file. That is so nice of you to include the different options!

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  2. Thanks for the graduation subway art. My 5 year old grandson is graduating from pre K and this will make a perfect card for him!

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  4. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies (please, notice the new url for my blog), under the Page 3 post on May. 17, 2012. Thanks again.

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  5. Thanks! My daughter is graduating from HS next week and I've been kinda looking for something just like this! I love that I can change the colors just for her. :)

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  6. Thanks so much!! My daughter graduated from HS this past week. This will make great graduation gifts for her friends!!

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  8. Try this again! I love this piece and used it on several graduation cards today. I'll send you a link when I get them posted. Thanks for the inspiration and artwork!

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  9. so cute... wish i knew a graduate this year!

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  10. Thank you for sharing this subway art -- I will put it to good use as I have siblings graduating this coming June... YAY! I am so proud of them and this will certainly make a BIG difference. Be Blessed!

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  11. Love this printable so much that I used it on my graduation gifts that I gave this weekend and just blogged about it today with a link to your post...thanks for the inspiration...

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  12. This is wonderful! Would you consider making another with 2013 on it?

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  13. Are you making one with 2013? I hope so!

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  14. Love all your subway art. I also would love a 2013 version.

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  15. Thank you so much for all these beautiful FREE art! By any chance will you be changing the 2012 on this to 2013??? I would soooooo use it for my son's graduation party!!!!

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  16. I love your subway art...I came here hoping you'd have one for 2013 graduation. My husband and I have five parties to go to this weekend...all former students that we taught. We can't afford to give them each money...well, enough money that we wouldn't look "cheap" as I keep telling my husband!

    Thanks for your awesome blog!!
    ~Donna

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  17. LOVE all your printables, I get so many comments on how cute my home looks. Will you be doing a 2013 Graduation printable?

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  18. Love these! Will you do a 2014 printable?

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