Graduation season is upon us so I dusted off the long retired Pure Gumption stamp set from Stampin Up to create this masculine graduation card. Hats off to all grads!
Category Archives: Graduation
I absolutely love this card Cammie made to showcase her masterful brayering skills and features the Beautiful You #143004 stamp set from Stampin Up. I consider this Cammie’s celebration of her upcoming move from Tulsa to beach life in Galveston TX. However; the card can be used for any life celebration and I think it is appropriate this time of year for college graduation. As a matter of fact our niece Alexandra graduates from Radford University today. Congratulations to both Cammie and Alexandra!
Today’s post is another one of Cammie’s brayered masterpieces featuring the Stampin Up From Land and Sea #138720 stamp set. The main panel is mounted on Elegant Eggplant Cardstock and then onto a textured piece of Sahara Sand cardstock.
Today is a bittersweet day for our family. My niece, Elizabeth, is being inducted into the 3rd Company at the United States Naval Academy class of 2020. I- day is the first day of her plebe summer and to honor the naval tradition, I am posting a nautical card featuring the Guy Greetings stamp set #138825 from Stampin Up. For the background paper I layered several pieces of the now retired Going Places DSP from Stampin Up. To complete the nautical look, I added a knot from twine.
Anchors Away Elizabeth!
Today’s post is a simple layout featuring the Stampin Up Balloon Celebration #140675 on the main panel that Cammie brayered for the sky. The balloon was stamped and then punched using the coordinating Balloon Bouquet punch #140609 The sentiment is also from the Balloon Celebration stamp set/
I wanted to clear out some of my old and retired kiwi kiss paper so I decided to use the now retired The Sky is the Limit stamp set from Stampin Up to randomly stamp the planes all over the card front. The sentiment was stamped and then cut it out using a Chalk Talk Framelits die #129983. Perfect almost one layer masculine card which is rare for me but the USPS will be happy!