Grab these cut files to celebrate the class of 2020! This graduation cut files bundle includes 2020 graduation files for mom, dad, and student so everyone can show how proud they are of their 2020 graduate!
Let’s hear it for the class of 2020! While their senior year was far from conventional, we still want to make sure we celebrate them in a big way and recognize all the hard work that they did!
I’ll be thinking of some unconventional ways that we can celebrate the class of 2020, especially if social distancing measures are still in effect. In the meantime, you can use these graduation cut files to make a hat, t-shirt, or coffee mug to celebrate the graduate!
Make a DIY gift for the grad using The Tassel was Worth the Hassle SVG, or make something for yourself as a proud mom or dad of a graduate!
Download the Free Graduation SVG Here
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Get the Complete 2020 Graduation Cut Files Bundle Here
Grab the whole bundle here. You can make custom gifts for the graduate as well as yourself using these graduation cut files!
You’ll get all four files in the bundle, including:
- The Tassel was Worth the Hassle
- Proud Mom of A 2020 Graduate
- Proud Dad of A 2020 Graduate
- Class of Twenty Twenty
These files can work for graduates of all ages—high school, college, middle school, even preschool. My boys are graduating preschool this year and I’m planning on making my own proud mom graduate shirt!
How to Use These Files
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Use these files to make custom gifts for the grad as well as a grad mom or dad!
And congratulations to the class of 2020! I truly hope you get some sort of graduation ceremony or celebration, even in the midst of all this!
Let me know some of the ways you still plan to make graduation special for your 2020 grad!