I can't believe it's that time of year again--graduation! Our school graduation is tomorrow afternoon, so Q and I will be participating in it. We've got our caps, gowns and hoods hanging up ready to be worn. Here are a few cards I've made in the past that are both fun and simple to make.
This 3x3-inch card is stamped in two colors (blue and silver). Then a stamped image of a cap is cut out and placed on top of the card. I used foam tape so that the cap appears to pop out! Our school's colors are blue, silver and white, so this card went to those graduates.
This larger card was made for a young man who I baby sat when I was a teen! His school colors were black and red. I used a different stamp to make this card for him. After stamping the image with red ink, I outlined it with a black archival pen. The black paper was cut out using decorative edge scissors. Before gluing everything on, I sponge-painted red right onto the front of the card.
Stay tuned--next I'll be showing the small gift I assembled for this year's graduates.