More Graduation Announcement Samples at Your Disposal
With a lot of the samples we provide here for you, it’s easy to tweak and customize the template to suit your needs. Just because one of the examples or templates we highlight here is specified as an invitation doesn’t mean it can’t be used as an announcement. In fact, despite what we’ve mentioned earlier, some would argue that they’re fundamentally the same thing, especially if you’re not inclined to stand on ceremony.
The themes in the designs of these are all graduation-related with the tasseled hats or rolled diploma display prominently or subtly on the announcement as you see in the above examples. Graduation templates on a budget is an article that provides more sources for announcements in different styles, fonts, colors, sizes and more. Plus many of them are free which is why you may be taking on this DIY project in the first place. You’ll be linked there to all that is available for graduation announcement templates at Microsoft Office Online. From corny to formal, you’ve got several options.
Finally, if you want some more creative layout options and some more stylistic leeway, perhaps taking a gander at Make Your Own Save the Date Announcements would be a worthwhile read for you. But first off, be advised that these methods pertain to creating and designing using the DTP software known as Serif CraftArtist Compact. Obviously, that article is about a slightly different type of project customary for weddings, but the theme is very similar and you can easily get more elaborate in how you want to adopt the techniques mentioned there to give your announcements a great deal of verve.
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