Saturday, May 18, 2013

Congratulations - a graduation card

Happy Saturday!  It's been a busy one full of laundry, planting and weeding.  Ick, weeding!
So, after all of that was done I rewarded myself with a little crafting time.  You know I deserved it :)

I created a graduation card for CASE Study Challenge #141.  Maile's cards are just so beautiful AND so much fun to CASE!  Take a look at this weeks creation from Maile.

Here is my take.

I needed a masculine graduation card.  So...no hearts on my card!  Banners were my choice.  I used my double ended banner dies, but trimmed them down to work on this card.  That patterned paper is from the Dewey Decimal pad from Lawn Fawn.  Just perfect for a graduation card, I think.

Thanks so much for taking a look today!  I hope you'll leave a comment :o)




Supplies list:
Card stock: pool party, crumb cake (SU), white (PTI)
Ink: early espresso (SU)
Stamps: sentimental swirls (Avery Elle)
Patterned paper: petite paper pack Dewey Decimal Collection (Lawn Fawn)
Other: linen thread (SU), mini key (7Gypsies), woodgrain impression plate, double ended banner die (PTI), foam tape (3M), scor-tape (Sookwang), glue dots (Zots)

11 comments:

  1. I really love this card, Susie! I find cards for boys almost impossible, and yet you've made it look effortless!

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  2. Susie I love all the banners in the patterned paper.

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  3. Wonderful Susie. The embossed background and the layered banners work perfectly in this design!

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  4. Man, I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this card. I have no other words. :)

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  5. Susie this is gorgeous! I love love that woodgrain!!

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  6. Oh, Susie...I think this may be one of my favorites of yours!!!! Beautiful design and colors!!!

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  7. Woodgrain looks fabulous with all those banners!! LOVE!!

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  8. Yep, perfect papers for a graduation! Thanks for joining us at CASE Study this week :)

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  9. This is lovely! Gorgeous embossing! Thanks for playing with us at CASE Study Challenge! :)

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  10. Perfect guy and graduation card! It is so different. Thank you for sharing!

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  11. What a super cool card design :)

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