Just finished graduation cards for four gals at our church who are completing high school. We've known one since she was a baby, so it seems a little weird that she's old enough to graduate - yet another example of how time flies. I'm totally excited with how much money I just saved myself by not having to buy graduation cards from the store! I used the same pattern for all the cards (Winning Combination from Originals), but I wanted each one to be a little different since these girls all know each other and might see the others' cards. I was inspired by the little bird stamp from the June Word Puzzle stamp set, and I took it from there. All the patterned paper is from the same kit: Boom-Di-Ada Level 2. Isn't it cool how you can get so many different looks using the same color palette? The inside of the cards says, "Happy graduation."
June Word Puzzle, Party Invitation, Rustic Flowers, Hodge Podge Alphabet & Tiny Typewriter Alphabet stamp sets
Boom-Di-Ada Level 2 paper pack
Buttercup, Olive, Barn Red & Colonial White cardstock
Buttercup, Olive, Barn Red, Autumn Terracotta, Hollyhock, Sweet Leaf & Blush ink
White Grosgrain Ribbon
Pink & Green Grosgrain ribbon (from Michaels)
Circle Punch (CM)