As you can see, except for the first card, I just used plain cardstock. I made use of my Cricut to cut letters, numbers, stars, and the award ribbon. The sentiments were generated on the computer. Then I used brads, self-stick gems, photo corners, and the gorgeous K & Company butterfly sticker to finish out the cards.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Recent conversation between Mother and Daughter:
Mom: Do you want me to make a graduation card for Nicole to go with the tote that you asked me to make for her gift from you?
Joy: Oh, that would be great! Mmmmmm...I'm going to need some more graduation cards besides for her.
Mom: How many do you need?
Joy: Well, let's see. I need for..., and for...., oh, and also for...three more, all for boys.
Mom: OK, so you need four cards.
Joy: Yeah, that's right.
So Mom spend this morning and part of the afternoon making graduation cards for Joy to give. Thankfully, this week's Scrapbooks Etc Scrapbooking Weekly Update that I get had a link to some neat graduation cards and I scrap lifted/card lifted some designs from them. Here are the four cards that I made.
Hope everyone has a wonderful rest of the weekend.
Luck, love and laughter,