Surprise! Graduation Thank You Card

Surprise! Graduation Thank You Card


Here is the third of the three designs I came up with for graduation thank you notes for my kids.  For this one, the front is deceivingly simple, but when the card is opened, a decorated cube jumps right out of the card!

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How fun is that?!

There is a panel inside for a handwritten message that is seen after the cube pops out.


The greeting was downloaded and printed from a file called “Free Wedding Text Digital Stamps” I found online at Digital Doodling.  This same “thank you” was on the front and on two of the sides of the cube.  The “class of 2017” on the other two sides of the cube was a digital image I found at (although I am no longer seeing it there).  I found the same image on etsy (for 2018) HERE by createsvg4you.

Black and white card stock was used, along with a rubberband inside the cube that allows it to fold flat and pop open.

The cube is from a Silhouette cut file called “Insta-Cube Card Graduation” (design id #198862) which was designed by Lori Whitlock.  In addition to the cube base (and a box that holds the cube which I did not use here), the file contains graduation elements with which to decorate the cube, but I did not use them for this project.  I think the cube is meant to be the card, but I needed mine to have more space for writing, so I just put the cube inside another card.  Here is a video showing how to assemble the cube along with other themed sets that are available.


Thanks for checking out my card post!

One thought on “Surprise! Graduation Thank You Card

  1. That is super amazing and I am sure if I opened it up I would jump at the startling but wonderful box that jumps out. I am sure this will certainly be a hit for anyone receiving it.


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