Thursday, May 21, 2009

Graduation Centerpieces

For Christian's Graduation

Meg's Graduation Centerpiece - for main table

Ten centerpieces for Meg's Graduation Party

37 comments:

Stephanie said...

these are too cute. what carts did you use? I havent seen the cap. My son graduates in June, and we are throwing a party what a great centerpiece idea...any suggestions you want to share would be wonderful.
Steph
queenof2@sbcglobal.net

Wendy said...

Visiting from Cricut site. I love these they are so creative! Great Job!

blanchy said...

Love it.... I'm knew to the cricut world. What cartridge did you use for the graduation hat and what size font??? Thank you <3

Anonymous said...

Beautiful Work!! Thanks for sharing your idea!

Cristina - Texas

Bren said...

Love the centerpieces. Which cartridge did you use for the diploma? Not finding it on Locker Talk...

Mucho gracias!!!
Brenda

Bren said...

Thanks for the quick response! Once I see something I like I get a little obsessed about finding all the right things. It's easy to use a different font for the letters if I have to, but not so much with the diploma. I'm told I have a severe case of CDO (OCD, but alpha'd correctly). LOL...

Rachel said...

Hello... oh my God these are sooooo cute, and unfortunately I haven't been fortunate enough to buy the cricut. Is there any way you would be willing to sell these to me?

Tia Yvette said...

I would love to help you out, Rachel! I'll try to email you or email me when you get a chance. :)

Sheri said...

hi! i am in absolute love with these... what an awesome idea! My daughter is graduating in 2 wks and I'd really like to make something similiar. I am not aware of what "circuit" is.... is there any way you can help me figure out how to create these myself.

Tia Yvette said...

Thank you Sheri! Would love to help you out! You can email me at Txspicers@aol.com. A Cricut is a personal cutting machine that is made by Provo Craft. There are several cartridges with tons of images that can be cut with this tool. Once the images are cut, the rest is a piece of cake to put together. Would love to hear back from you!

thea said...

I love these!!! I recently decided to throw a graduation party for my nephew. I've been looking for centerpieces and came across yours. I do not own a cricut and well i've never heard of one. Would you be willing to sell them?
-tmblackie@hotmail.com

Tia Yvette said...

Thea, I tried to send you an email, but it was returned to me. Let me know if there is another way to get in touch with you, I would love to help you out!

Anonymous said...

I really love these table centerpieces and would love to make them but i dont have a cricut but im thinking about buying one but would rather wait awhile so would you be intrested in selling them?
-Katelynashlee@msn.com.

Anonymous said...

I love these graduation ideas, I came across them when I was looking for ideas for my daughter's grad party next week. I do have the cricut and many cartridges, my question is where did you purchase the tin pais?
thanks, Angel

JustYolie said...

Hi just a quick note to tell you I loved your idea so much, I used it to create the centerpieces for my Godson's graduation.

I posted a picture on my blog.
http://justyolie.blogspot.com/

sonyayoung06 said...

I was looking for a centerpiece for my son's grad & saw your work. These centerpieces are so nice. I don't have the circut wld you consider selling needed items? Where did you get the sticks? Thks Sonya

Tia Yvette said...

Thank you so much Sonya, for taking the time to leave a comment. I would absolutely love to help you with your son's graduation favors. You can email me at Txspicers@aol.com, I look forward to hearing from you! =)

Anonymous said...

I love these centerpieces! I graduate in May and was searching for ideas, these are perfect! What cricut cartridge did you use for these?

Anonymous said...

Hello. Like you, I am a proud tia to several nieces and nephews (24 total). My nephew graduates this May and my sister asked me to be in charge of the centerpieces. I came across yours and they are perfect. I don't have a cricket and was wondering if theres any way of doing these without one? If you can help me out, I would appreciate it so much. My email address is lora_toscano@yahoo.com.

meliza said...

Hi I am an event planner and came across your centerpieces in my search for some for a Graduation party I am doing in June of this year. From the comments I learned what a "cricket" is. I don't own one would it be possible for you to make them for me? my email address is melizapizarro@gmail.com
Thanks

Wendie said...

Hello Yvette! I sent you an email to the address you listed to another comment, but thought I would post here also! I love love love these centerpieces. Not clear if you sell them or not or if I could just buy the cut outs from you...my sone is graduating the first week of June and these would be awesome. (my sons colors are the same too) if you are willing to sell Please please please contact me at wendie@bwydevelopment.com
I thank you so much for your time, help and sharing these amazing creations!!

Anonymous said...

Hello! Thank you so much for this wonderful idea! My son graduates in 2 weeks and Im starting to get things ready for his centerpieces! I think Im more excited then he is!!
I would really like to know where did you find the cutouts on the letters and the diploma? Is there a website that I could go to? Please email me with this information at salsanoral@aol.com

Muchas Gracias!!
Nora

tweety said...
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Anonymous said...

Hi Tia!
I'm in the same boat as Tweety. I don't own a cricut. Is there anywhere I can order the goodies for the little tins? Graduation is coming SOON and I really want these as my centerpiece.
Thanks!
Rhonda

putz said...

Love the graduation centerpiece ideas, was wondering if I could get you to make me some for next year?

Anonymous said...

Love your graduation centerpieces. Do you sell them? Or do you just provide the imagination? I am having a graduation party for my daughter and would love to either buy or make them.

Patty from NY

ckillintime said...

Hey Tia Yvette, Desperately looking for inexpensive ways to decorate for a graduation party. Absolutely love these ideas! Can you give me details on how you did this?

Sonia M. said...

Hi Tia,
Love your ideas! Is there another way that I can create these centerpieces without a cricket? I would appreciate any help you can give me :)My email address is sonia@mcallenlawfirm.com Thanks!

Sonia

Denise Mitchell said...

Good afternoon, I love these centerpieces they are great. If you could let me know which cartridge you use for them? Great job. If you could email me at mitchda@med.umich.edu with information and instructions. thank you so much. My daughter is graduating June 1st I want to get going on them now. thanks a bunch Denise

Joyce said...

Hi Tia, I wanted to let you know that I scraplifted your idea, giving you full credit and a link back to this page of course. Thank you so much for allowing me to share your creations with others: http://www.squidoo.com/graduation-centerpieces

Anonymous said...

How did you outline the letters? luv it

J said...

OMG, this is a cute idea. So what's the secret for the cap and diploma. Are there templates? I was appointed to make graduation centerpieces for my cousin. I would love to use this idea. Can you share your secret?

april said...

My son is graduating in may and I'm looking for centerpieces for his party it is grad/18th bday I love thses cut outs can you email me on how you did these! Thank you
aprilsyhowers@yahoo.com

Christina Gonzalez said...

Hi I was wondering where you got the large silver pails for the centerpieces ?

Anonymous said...

Hi Tia,

Very creative work, thanks for sharing these fabulous ideas.

Do you sell them too and what's the price?
Please respond to mkghai35@gmail.com.

Thanks

kim said...

Just searching for centerpieces for my daughters graduation in june and we love these? i read other comments and am confused as to what people were referring to as to cri-cuts? can you help me out? thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Would love to find the cartridge for this idea. Can you give me the number or link me to it?? I cannot find it on the provocraft site. Thanks so much!
Chris from Boston MA