Announcement Create lasting memories of your new Eagle Scout’s medal presentation ceremony from start to finish with a personalized Eagle Court of Honor invitation and printables. Customized and emailed to you as a digital file to print on your home computer or at your favorite print shop. USUAL HOURS M-F 5:00-8:00PM Eastern (CLOSED WEEKENDS)
Create lasting memories of your new Eagle Scout’s medal presentation ceremony from start to finish with a personalized Eagle Court of Honor invitation and printables. Customized and emailed to you as a digital file to print on your home computer or at your favorite print shop. USUAL HOURS M-F 5:00-8:00PM Eastern (CLOSED WEEKENDS)
Michelle on Jan 6, 20235 out of 5 stars
Super cute and she customized it quickly. She confirmed that everything was correct before she completed the transaction. They were easy to print, cut, and wrap about the utensils/napkins. They look great for my son's COH tomorrow!
Sadiebay on Oct 12, 20225 out of 5 stars
Easy to print and they look great. I used sticky dots to apply. Adds a nice detail to the Eagle reception.
Sandra Haddox on Aug 15, 20225 out of 5 stars
I had an urgent need and she fulfilled my request by the end of day after ordered. Very thankful for the quick turnaround. High quality work, within my urgent timeframe. Highly recommend.
risaalonso on Jan 27, 20235 out of 5 stars
Excellent! Just as described, emailed 2 days later, easy to download. I printed through Walgreens online and picked up the same day!
Celebrating the Eagle
“This Tiger Always Dreamed of Becoming an Eagle...” that was where it all began. My oldest son had just earned his Eagle and was preparing for his Eagle Scout Court of Honor, but he did not want anything red, white, and blue. He wanted something more earthy and woodsy – more his personality. He was dreaming of greens, beiges and blacks with just a hint of red. Good luck finding that. We decided that since I was a graphic designer anyway, we’d build our look ourselves. He wanted to include a photo, but not a recent one – one from his early years. I’m a camera freak and take pictures of everything! So I had a photo from his very first day of Tiger Cubs. That became the centerpiece of the invitation. The rest just fell into place. We used the same phrase and photo on his program booklet. For centerpiece decorations, we covered several very large tin cans with labels we made ourselves (with old Scout photos of him) and filled them with flowers, greenery, and pinecones. The tablecloths were a sage green with bright red table runners. It was just what he had hoped for. It was so much fun putting it all together. I didn’t want it to end. So it didn’t. I continued to create invitations. After all, my next son was already a Life Scout and it would just be a matter of time before we were doing it again! Invitation after invitation I showed them to him. Nothing seemed to fit his personality or desires. But I knew they would be a match for somebody! Shortly after the first 5 or so cards were created, I opened up my Etsy shop in hopes of helping other Eagles celebrate their great accomplishment. I used my older son’s name (Alexander) on all my samples (since he was already an Eagle). Sometimes I used his Court of Honor date on the samples, and sometimes I used random dates. Later on, I began using the date and time I created the new design just as my little quirky thing to do. I made more and more designs, but little did I know that it would take 5 years for my younger Life Scout to reach Eagle! But he did it – and he found the perfect design for him (he picked "Always an Eagle in Wood"). Now I can use his name (Nicholas) on my samples, too. Along the way I began adding other printables to my portfolio and shop: water bottle labels, candy bar wrappers, treat bag toppers, guest book pages, napkin wraps… and there is still more to come. It’s all about celebrating the Eagle!
Visit my website at www.DigileachDesigns.com for samples and ideas for your own Eagle celebration.
I'm a designer who is also the wife, daughter-in-law, & mom of Eagle Scouts. I've attended a variety of Court of Honors and have served on many Eagle Board of Reviews. It's only natural that my designing has been geared toward celebrating the Eagle.
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