Hot Off the Press: Graduation Cards and More

I remember my high school graduation announcements. They were gaudily embossed and used an illegible script font. They were also extremely expensive. Times have changed, and more and more people are taking the more personalized, DIY route when it comes to weddings, parties and graduations. With grad season upon us, the PsPrint presses are rolling out sheets of announcements and invitations. A customized graduation card is much more likely to be displayed for a while and then be a keepsake for years. It gives faraway friends and relatives a chance to see the evolution of the grad, whether through a photo or accomplishments. In order to provide inspiration, this week’s “Hot Off the Press” includes invitations to graduation ceremonies and parties as well as announcements. For even more inspiration for your printing and design projects, be sure to check out last week’s edition. If you’ve recently printed any graduation materials with PsPrint, please let me know in the Comments below!

Graduation invitation card design by A Little Treasure

Poster for Great Lakes Cigar Co.

Postcard for California State University East Bay’s Associated Students

Flyer ticket for Niners basketball

Graduation postcard

Sticker for Green City Market

Graduation invitation

Business card for Santa Barbara Zoo

Postcard for Blue hair studio

Brochure for Indie Wed

Sticker for Midnight’s Farm

Die-cut sticker for Wyoming NFA Shooters Club

Invitation for Call of the Sea

Magnet for San Ramon Farmers Market

Postcard for Oakland Indie Awards

Sticker for SkyDogCon

Business card for Santa Cruz Naturopathic Medical Center

Vinyl banner for No Worries Filipino vegan cuisine

About the Author:

Jennifer Moline writes for the PsPrint Blog as well as maintains its Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus and Pinterest presence. She also guest blogs for such notable graphic design blogs as Fuel Your Creativity and Inspiredology. She’s previously written about technology and small business for news websites, magazines and newspapers. In her off-hours, Jennifer can be found roughing it in the mountains or tucked away in a movie theater.

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