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April 8, 2012

A cheesy play on words! April to June is pretty much graduation season so I’m stocking up on graduation cards this year. Since my cards are designed to be smaller than the standard A2 card sizes, fitting all the letters on there pretty much took up the whole card.

I randomly stamped the stars around the border using Ashley Cannon-Newell’s generational stamping again and I’m glad I did. I tried it without the generational stamping and the cardstock letters blended in with the stars, so I had to stamp off one or two times before stamping again on the card.

Used: Papertrey Ink (Terra Cotta cardstock, Orange Zest cardstock, Enchanted Evening cardstock, Simply Chartreuse cardstock, Smokey Shadow Ink, Simply Chartreuse Ink) | Market Street Stamps (Blast Off!) | Stampin ‘Up (dimensionals, Ruby Red ink, Brilliant Blue ink) | Others (rinestones)

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6 Responses to “Congradulations”

  1. Kathy V. Says:

    Oh what a fun, clever, puny take on the typical graduation card! Love it!

  2. taheerah Says:

    I saw this card get a mention from PTI on FaceBook – and with good reason!! Simply amazing work, such a clever idea, colours, generational stamping – all perfect!! This card rocks!!!

  3. taheerah Says:

    I saw this card get a mention from PTI on FaceBook – and with good reason!! Simply amazing work, such a clever idea, colours, generational stamping – all perfect!! This card rocks!!!

  4. Carol S Says:

    Oh this is so eye catching and fun. A great design so well executed!

  5. Jen Adcock Says:

    Oh my stars yourself! This is too fun! Well done. Stellar (pun possibly intended) die work. Great job!

  6. scrappydeb Says:

    Very pretty! I love the bright and fun color scheme.


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