Since it is Blair’s daughters graduation party today, I decided to do 2 posts to celebrate! We love to create and give fun and creative gifts and this year Blair (thanks to Pinterest) made these money boxes for her graduation gifts this year. The box itself is cute and who does not love money as a gift? Look closely at how the money is rolled to make 2015!!! Yep a $20 bill, a $10 bill, a $1 bill and a $5 bill make the perfect gift for the 2015 grad!!
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Well today is the graduation party for my niece Elizabeth. She graduated from Hickory High School last week and todays post is the card that I made her for gradation that I also incorporated in the scrapbook that I made her for her graduation. Hickory High schools colors are Teal and Black and the mascot is the Hawk. Elizabeth is full of school spirit, was an athlete and also was the Hawk during the boys high school home games.
So in order to match school colors, I pulled Tempting Teal cardstock out from my Stampin Up archived paper and textured it with the Chevron Textured Impressions Embossing Folder #127749. I then cut away part of the card to create the graduation cap and tied a piece of black ribbon for the tassel.
When the card is opened it revealed a plethora of Big and Bold congratulatory greetings from the Stampin Up Bravo #135380 stamp set.
HAWK YEAH!! The tassel was worth the hassle. Good Luck at the College of Charleston Sissy!
Today’s post is a quick graduation thank you card that I made in MDS for my niece’s graduation. I used the Embark Grad digital download and then used the coloring tool in MDS to highlight the GRAD letters and her school colors. I then took advantage of the 25% off digital printing from Stampin Up (thru 15 June) and had the thank-you cards printed. So easy and cute.
I used the Embark Graduate digital download from Stampin Up as the starting point for the graduation invitation and customized it with her school colors. Speaking of downloads, today is digital download day at Stampin Up be sure to check out the newest downloads page to see all the latest and greatest downloads.
I took advantage of the 25 % off digital sale on select downloads and digital products now through June 15th to get the invites printed.
Congrats Ali! The best is yet to be.
Subway Art has gotten super popular and this year for my graduation cards I decided to use Stampin Up’s My Digital Studio, MDS, a try to create my Subway Art. I am really pleased with how it turned out and will change out the colors for the graduates school colors before I send it off to Stampin Up to print. As a bonus, during the month of May, most My Digital Studio print products are on sale for 25 percent off. So now is a good time to finish up your digital projects!
Just when Cammie thought she was done with making cards for the graduation season, she was called upon to make a couple more cards for a special graduation. I think this card is a true wowzer because it looks great and is super simple to make. The hardest part is making the super cute tassle. All you need is cardstock, the Bigshot and the Stampin Up Perfect Pennants Bigz L die #123126 to create the realistic gown. Imagine using the school colors of the graduate to personalize it even more. I am definately going to bookmark this card for next years grads.
Today’s post features a hybrid card using the MDS card front that I designed and then uploaded to staples to print. Turned out great. Then I customized each card to match the school colors. Love how it turned out but cannot believe how many graduations we have this year. Cha Ching.
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Happy graduation from UK to my dear friend Debbie’s daughter, Lauren. This card was designed with a retired stampset called Go Graduate and is my favorite graduation set. I only own 1 graduation stamp set and this is it. The great thing is the card can be designed with the school colors and therefore it is so versatile.
Congratulations Lauren and good luck finding a job!