Tis’ the season for all things graduation! With high school and college graduations in full swing, it seems like an appropriate time to share a fun and trendy DIY emoji graduation card and gift tag idea. By using coordinating products, these cute crafts go together in mere minutes!
- Blank White Card and Envelope
- Core’dinations Blank Tags
- Patterned Emoji Paper
- Emoji Die-cut Shapes
- Emoji Sticker Sheets
- 2 inch Circle Punch
- Permanent Glue Runner
- Sharpie Pen
DIY Emoji Graduation Card:
Cut a strip of the emoji patterned card stock to 1.25″ x 4.25″. Use the permanent glue runner to affix the strip to the front of the folded blank card. Press firmly to make sure it stays in place.
Use the permanent glue runner to affix the emoji die-cut pieces to the card as well. Press firmly again to secure the pieces in place.
No card is complete without a coordinating envelope! Use the emoji stickers to create a fun layered look.
I always use a Sharpie pen to write on the inside of the card because it offers nice, even ink that doesn’t bleed through the card stock.
DIY Emoji Graduation Tag:
Punch a circle of emoji patterned card stock with the two inch circle punch. Try to line up the circle to get the best use of the words on the page.
Use the permanent glue runner to affix the circle to the front of a blank tag. Press firmly to make sure the circle stays in place.
Trim the excess edges of the circle off with scissors.
Layer emoji stickers on top of the tag to create the final product. Have fun with the phrases you choose to use!
You’re all set to gift something awesome to your favorite grad!
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Katie is the writer and creator at Sweet Rose Studio, a blog dedicated to sharing the best crafts, recipes, DIY/home tutorials, and anything else that promotes a happy home. She is so blessed to be a wife to her high school sweetheart and mother to their three sweet, crazy kids. In her past life she was an elementary school teacher, but now is a stay-at-home-momma by trade and absolutely adores it. Katie has a passion for party planning and styling and can regularly be found with a sippy cup in one hand and a glue gun in the other with her camera hanging around her neck.