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 Text Elements

1. Title
Usually at the top of the certificate, the title is the main headline that usually reflects
the type of document. It may be as simple as the word Award or Certificate of
Achievement. Longer titles might incorporate the name of the organization giving
the award or some catchy title such as Johnson Tileworks Employee of the Month
Award or Award to the Wise Spelling Bee Certificate of Participation.

2. Presentation Line
This short line of text usually follows the title and may say is awarded to, is hereby
presented to or some other variation, followed by the recipient. Alternately, it may
read something like: This certificate is presented on [DATE] by [FROM] to
[RECIPIENT].

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3. Recipient
Simply the name of the person, persons, or group receiving the award. In some
cases the recipient's name is enlarged or made to stand out as much as or even
more than the title.

4. From
This is the name of the person or organization presenting the award. It may be
explicitly stated in the text of the certificate or implied by the signature at the bottom
or perhaps by having a company logo on the certificate.

5. Description
The reason for the certificate is explained here. This could be a simple statement
(such as a high score in a bowling tournament) or a lengthier paragraph outlining
specific characteristics or achievements of the award recipient. The best award
certificates are personalized to reflect exactly why the recipient is receiving the
recognition.

6. Date
The date when the certificate was earned or presented is usually written out before,
within, or after the description. Typically the date is spelled out as in 31st Day of
Octoberor Fifth Day of May, 2015.

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7. Signature
Most certificates have a space near the bottom where the certificate is signed by a
representative of the organization handing out the award. The name or title of the
signatory may also be included below the signature. Sometimes there may be
space for two signatories, such as the company president and the recipient's
immediate supervisor.
 Graphic Elements

1. Border
Not every certificate has a frame or border around it, but it's a common component.
Fancy borders, as seen in the illustration on this page, are typical for a traditional
looking certificate. Other certificates may have an all-over background pattern
instead of a border.

2. Logo
Some organizations may include their logo or some other image related to the
organization or subject of the certificate. For example, a school might include their
mascot, a club might use a picture of a golf ball for a golf club award or a picture of
a book for a summer reading program participation certificate.

3. Seal
A certificate might have a seal affixed (such as stick-on gold starburst seal) or have
an image of a seal printed directly on the certificate.

4. Lines
Some certificates may include blank spaces while others will have lines, like a fill-
in-the-blank form where the name, description, date, and signature go (to be either
typed or handwritten).