Cards for Your Favorite Graduate!

We love May and June. It makes us hopeful to think about the thousands and thousands of young people who are launching their adult lives.

So many of them are already rooted in kindness, compassion, and fairness. And, despite the urgency out there, they maintain a sense of joy and optimism. It’s inspiring.

Send your favorite graduate off with a paper embrace and best wishes with one of our graduation cards.

Can’t decide? These are some of our favorites:

little boats on the water - graduation greeting card

New Horizons

“Throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore! Dream! Discover!" — Mark Twain

On the Move

Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So...get on your way!" — Dr. Seuss


“Go into the world and do well. But more importantly, go into the world and do good.” —Minor Myers

Ready To Go

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” — Dr. Seuss


girl walking in a park carrying a flower - graduation greeting card

Transitional times call for perseverance, collectivity, hope, and beauty.

At Stonehenge, we’ve been thinking a lot about transitions over the past few weeks.

Transitions that signal a new, exciting phase in our lives, like graduating or retiring.

Transitions that tear at our hearts, like loss or tough times in our personal lives.

Transitions that defy categorization, like the loss of autonomy or stability on a personal or public scale.

As women who operate our own small business, we sometimes feel like we’re in tune with all of these transitions at once. As if transition is a state of being instead of an exceptional circumstance.

Women are leaders, caregivers, workers, parents, guides, cooks, listeners, shoppers, planners, cleaners, meditators, mediators, problem-solvers, friends, visionaries, and more, more, more. We will always support women, the things they pursue, and the decisions they make every day to live and to thrive.

If you know a woman going through some kind of transition today, send her a note of encouragement, congratulations, or support to let her know you love her and have her back. We certainly have yours.

With love and solidarity and joy,

Jacquie & Sarah