Friday, July 2, 2010

My niece graduated from being homeschooled and earning her GED. I only had one stamp that said, "Happy Graduation." I did not want to use it. I decided to use my defining alphabet set to spell out the word "grad." I decided on stars too because she is a star that can go out and make a difference in our world. She was also the star of the day. I just guessed for colors. I hope that she liked how it turned out.


These are the supplies that I used to create this card.

Cardstock: concord crush, pretty in pink, basic gray, and very vanilla; Stamp set: defining alphabet; Classic ink: basic gray; Tools: scallop trim border, small star punch (retired), XL star punch, 1 1/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, 2 3/8" XL scallop circle punch, crop-o-dile, and 1/16" hole punch; Accessories: soft subtles brad (retired) and 5/8" very vanilla grosgrain ribbon.

This picture is not the best. The colors are much more vibrant than what this shows. You get the idea though.

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Now go-n-stamp!!

1 comment:

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Congrats to your niece :) Such a pretty card - I am sure she loved it!