Hi everyone! It's my day to post at Jaded Blossom and I am sharing this Graduation Centerpiece I made using all Jaded Blossom Dies.
I started this project with a clear mason jar that I added a ribbon to the rim and filled it with paper shred and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
I created the picks using paper straws and attached the different dies to them by taping them on the backsides.
I created the You Did It banner by cutting the bow die in half and adding the smallest Scallop Circle to the top.
Here is the list of Jaded Blossom supplies I used for this project:
Scallop Circle Dies
Stitched Circle Dies
I hope you all liked my project for today and thanks for visiting!
Have a great day!
Super cute treat!ReplyDelete
I found you through Pinterest and I am so glad! You are amazingly talented ! I love your graduation treat jar!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see what else you create! Thank you for creating and taking the time to post!
I love these shapes for my son's graduation, but I do not have a Cricut. Are these shapes something you would be willing to sell? My email is email@example.com. Could you please contact me?ReplyDelete
Your centerpiece is awesome! Thanks for posting!! Would you be willing to make this for my son?? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!!ReplyDelete
GiGi, I was wondering if you could make four of these for my daughter's graduation in red, black, and gold??and what the cost would be?? We live in Colorado and I would need them by May 16th could please get in touch with me and let me know if your willing to 3 these? My email isReplyDelete
email@example.com and my phone number is 303-521-4161
Your centerpiece is awesome!! Would you be willing to make four of these for my daughter's graduation party in red, black, and gold?? My email isReplyDelete
Your centerpiece is awesome!! I was wondering if you could make four of these for my daughter's graduation in red, black, and gold ?? My email isReplyDelete
I forgot to tell you if you can do these for me the Reese Peanut Butter Cups need to be sugar free I need you to let me know if you can do these ASAP or not and the cost so I know if I need to make other arrangements. Thanks, DebbieReplyDelete
Hello! Super cute centerpiece!! I am hosting my daughters graduation June 10th and was wondering if you would sell me a set of 12 die cuts? I can create everything else, I just do not have a cricut. How much would you charge? My email is firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
These are just what I have been looking for to decorate for my daughters graduation in May. Will you sell the die cuts? My email is email@example.comReplyDelete
I agree! These are stunning! Are these for purchase! Iff so I would like to purchase 10 for my sons graduation and 18th birthday party on May 12th. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
My Heartfelt Thanks, Terri
Just a heads up peeps...IF you own a Big Shot, Cuttlebug, Platinum, Vagabond, Big Shot Plus, DIY Die Cutting machine you CAN purchase the dies and die cut your own in graduate's school colors. If this IS a one shot graduation project...ask if they will sell you the number of sets of already die cut images. One can also free hand cut stars, circles, fish tails to create this centerpiece as well. Hand write 2018, You Did It, Congratulations or use store bought stencils or alpha numeric stickers. HAPPY CRAFTING! <3ReplyDelete
My daughter love these shapes, my daughter saw them on pinterest and wants them for her college graduation party, but we do not have a Cricut and I'm not very creative. Are these shapes something you would be willing to sell? My email is email@example.com. Could you please contact me? I hope to hear from you. Thanks.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love this idea. However, I do not own a Cricut. Would you be willing to make the paper cuts in royal blue and silver (instead of black and gold)? I would need like 10-12 of these? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact me and let me know. Thank you!ReplyDelete
These are perfect for my sons graduation party! Would you be willing to sell just the cricuts sticks in purple and white for 2019? And how much do you charge? I would need 15 sets by June 1. My email email@example.com. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Your centerpieces looks stunning! Would you be able to do 10 centerpieces for a graduation in theReplyDelete
colors above. Black & gold. How much would you charge? I need them by June 1st My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you be able to make 12 of these, with a view modifications, for grad party June 8th? School colors are green and yellow and he is a lacrosse player. Email is email@example.com. ThanksReplyDelete
I agree they are stunning! Would you be able to do 10 for a graduation party in the same colors above?ReplyDelete
These are so cute! I’m doing a graduation party in June and I would love to have this idea as my centerpieces. Would you be willing to make this for me to purchase? My email address is Rmelanie61@yahoo.com. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you!ReplyDelete
This graduation jar was just what I was looking for, for my granddaughters graduation from college. I filled the jar with cash instead of candy. She loved it.ReplyDelete
I would love to have this idea as my centerpieces. Would you be willing to make this for me to purchase? My email address is Cflores4359@att.com. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you!ReplyDelete
What size of mason jar did you use?ReplyDelete