Stationery A-Z: More Graduation Cards

If you saw our post on graduation cards last week, you know that commencement season is in high gear. Before donning that classic polyester robe and mortarboard, take the time to pen a meaningful message of congratulations to celebrate hard-earned success. From food puns to neon typography, we’ve rounded up a wide assortment of cards to congratulate, celebrate and encourage any newly minted graduate on your list. Check out a few more of our selections below! Shauna

Graduation Card Round Up!

From top right:

1. I’m not sure exactly what ‘adulting’ entails, but I’m guessing it starts somewhere between paying bills and eating cookies for breakfast. From Orlando-based The Paper Cub.

2. Go places with this letterpress printed travel inspired graduation design from Wolf & Wren.

3. Animals in sunglasses. (Glitterati illustrated dog courtesy of Alice Bowsher for Wrap Magazine).

4. Saying it with bold typography and bright neon is the definitive way to get any point across. At least, according to Fig. 2 Design.

5. For those who are unfamiliar with letterpress printing, each individual color requires another run through the press. Which means this Parrot Design Studio card is a downright steal at $5 a pop.

6. Share with your hard-working graduate an encouraging message of posterior strength with this watercolor illustration from Antiquaria.

7. Present this diploma inspired greeting to the now legitimately certified college graduate (as well as some petty cash to get their new adult life going). Illustrated and designed by Idlewild Co.

8. If you know me, you know I literally never tire of a good food pun. This seasonally appropriate, BBQ-inspired design by Amy Heitman in no exception.

9. If your graduate is headed into the workforce, business casual will most likely be a part of their sartorial future. Share a precursor with this plaid greeting from One Canoe Two.

10. Your future IS so bright! Please note this card is the perfect size for a generous check (c’mon – they earned it!). From Hartland Brooklyn.

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