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You know, I still have a hard time believing I have two graduated kids. The next one–who just got her permit (yikes!)–will graduate in two more years.

What the french toast???

Time goes by too quickly. Believe you me.

Since it’s that time of year and all, I thought perhaps there might be a few of you at the same time of life as me. And no, we’re not old! :)

(Comes in SVG/STUDIO/DXF/AIv8/PNG)
Price: $8

This kit includes class years between 2008 and 2015 in all designs that include a year . . . a few before this year and a few after. The “congratulations on your graduation” is actually all separate words. You know me and variety. I liked having two options for each of the words and then I put them together and liked that too and threw in the “on your”. So you can mix and match or just use them individually.


And still with the “variety” thing, I liked the word “senior” in the word montage, but wanted it to be applicable for kindergarten, sixth grade, college . . . whatever. Same with “these friends”. Maybe you don’t want the foo foo. Something for everyone. :)

There’s also a couple of choices of graduation hats. I have them “hanging” on the titles in the example above.

These titles can actually be used for much more than just graduation too!

So, just how many of you have seniors that just graduated or will be graduating this coming year? It’s crazy, isn’t it???

Rhadonda - June 14, 2011 - 4:51 pm

My twin girls are heading into their senior year at college. Seriously? Didn't they just drive away leaving me crying? Kind of freaky how fast live is moving these days and when they were little it seemed some days would never end ( : Trying to enjoy each day, each hour, each minuet.

Becky Handforth - June 14, 2011 - 5:25 pm

I have a son who will be a Senior next year and one who graduated in 2007. Then I have my little one who will be in fifth grade next year. Time does fly.

Lee Ann - June 15, 2011 - 2:32 am

My daughter just graduated 8th grade which is a really big deal as she had been at the same school since preschool. Our graduation activities, which I was in charge of or assisted with all of them, rival many of the high schools here.

dawnaclark - June 15, 2011 - 5:44 pm

Thank you for this! My "baby" is a senior in high school next year and I can see this set coming in very handy! I just bought it and then downloaded all the wonderful freebies you offer. I figured $8 is a STEAL for all the free stuff and tutorials you give! Great blog!

Ellie A. - June 15, 2011 - 5:58 pm

This will be perfect for me for Next year my oldest son will be graduating 8th grade. Another awesome kit!

Beth - June 16, 2011 - 1:41 pm

Yep, my baby graduated from HS two weeks ago! She'll join her brother at Purdue in the fall. I get teary eyed every time I think about it!

Kerri, I just love your designs!

Kerri - June 16, 2011 - 2:10 pm

It's totally crazy, isn't it? And I've had the occasion to have them all gone for a week or two during the past couple of summers. It's really weird having it just be Dan and I. I don't know how to cook for two. lol

And Lee Ann? Sounds like you have quite the shindig for your 8th grader. Wow!

And thanks for all your kind words about the kit! Glad you like it. :)

Stacy Milford - June 19, 2011 - 3:31 am

Yep…just had my oldest son graduate from high school in May! What a crazy ride! I'm very tempted to to get this kit! I just got my Silhouette…so I'm a newbie. Right now, I'm having trouble getting my software to launch on my PC…it initializes, starts to open, & then nothing…so bummed :(

Kerri - June 20, 2011 - 3:50 am

Hey Stacy! Have fun with your new toy! And give those boys at Silhouette a call or email. They are wonderful to work with and will get you going in no time!

Stacy Milford - June 21, 2011 - 3:50 am

Thanks Kerri! I tried the email route over the weekend & haven't heard anything back yet…think I will give them a call tomorrow! LOVE your project life post today :) That's another of your kits that I have my eye on!

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