Flowers Recital Certificate – Fill in by hand
Last week I posted a new cover for a folded recital program. I thought it would be nice to have a recital certificate to match! I know what you’re thinking; the flowers will be great for some students, but for other students, this is not a good fit. Well, I’ve made several different styles over the years so that you can print certificates for different students.
You can see all my recital certificates on this page. You find it by clicking “Free”, then select “Teaching Aids.” When the “Teaching Aids” page opens, scroll down until you find this header: One Minute Club, Certificates, Recital Covers, Magnetic White Board Music Symbols. There are so many different items in the Teaching Aids category that this was the best I could do, organization-wise.
As you can see in the picture above, I made one certificate editable so that you can type in your own words. You might be having a violin recital instead of a piano recital!
It is really easy to fill in the blank certificate. If you haven’t tried it, here are the instructions. Open the editable file in Adobe Reader DC. (It is a free program.) After you open the file, move your cursor to the spot you need to fill in. Click on the page. Light blue boxes will appear to help you to know where to type. Start typing on the blinking cursor. Your text will automatically be in the center of the page. Move to the other boxes to complete the certificate. The blue boxes will not be visible when you print. If the blue boxes don’t pop up for you, put your cursor in the middle of the typing area and click until you see the blinking cursor. Before you actually print your certificate, make sure your printer is set to “landscape.”
For those of you on a Mac, this also works in Preview.
I hope you enjoy this recital certificate. Sometimes it’s nice to have something new!