Giveaway :: Sarah Anne Watson Design

I’m really excited about this giveaway!  It’s perfect for any graduating college senior (like me) or even a high schooler!
Sarah Watson is a 2011 graduate of the University of Florida, where she studied Journalism and News Design; she now works in South Tampa as a graphic designer at a local marketing agency.   After doing countless invitations, Christmas cards, business cards and graduation announcements for friends and family members, she decided to extend her craft to friends-of-friends and new friends, alike.  This is where YOU come in!   If you are a graduating senior, she wants to help you commemorate the momentous occasion!
3 lucky College Prep readers and soon-to-be graduates will win a custom graduation announcement by Sarah Anne Watson Design.  (You must be graduating from high school, college or a graduate program in Spring 2012 to enter). 
Winners will receive the artwork for a custom one-sided, any shape graduation announcement.  Value is $25.  (You handle the printing in your city! So convenient, and no shipping costs! Sarah is happy to consult on printing, paper and envelope choices.) 

Here are some samples of designs Sarah has designed.  How cute!
(Designs showed have a watermark, but will not include the watermark in the final design.)

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Carly, what a wonderful giveaway! My mom and I were just talking yesterday about how I needed to find some cute ones- I love that last one!


Love these!!!! I'm graduating from college in May and was wondering if it was "classy" to send out announcements. Some people I have talked to only send them out for high school graduation and others liked the thought of sending them after college. What do you ladies think?


I think it's a momentous occasion that deserves to be recognized! I had countless family members and friends tell me that they were glad to receive notification of what I'd been doing and where I was moving to. (I included an insert that told about my new job and where I'd be living) It's a lovely gesture that includes your family and friends on the celebration of a major accomplishment — and it's certainly not a request for a gift as some say!