It’s time for the Silhouette project monthly post again! This month I’m sharing a graduation gift idea. I know it’s probably a little past graduation season, but maybe you can tuck the idea away for next year.
I also love that this gift is affordable, which is especially helpful when you need to give a lot of graduation gifts.
I bought a black 8 by 10 frame from Family Dollar for $2 (regular price). Then I just took a normal piece of blue 8.5 by 11 cardstock and trimmed the side a little to fit in the frame.
I cut the globe image out of white vinyl. The image was straight from the Silhouette store. I then cut the quote out of black vinyl. Again, the quote was from the Silhouette store. I just add the name and class at the bottom in Bebas Neue font. I used to transfer tape to put the world on the blue paper and put that inside the frame.
I then put the quote on top of the glass. I think that gives the project a little more dimension.
That’s all there is to it! The whole project is less than $5, and it probably took me 20 minutes to make.
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