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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Graduation card made.

I made a card for my husbands oldest grandson yesterday. He is graduating from High School this weekend!

used a combination of parts of the invitation which was sent to us, Mariposa card stock for the front background, and a package of embellishments by Life's Little Occasions (sold at JoAnn Fabrics).

It may be hard to see (I'm posting this from my camera so tiny screen), but I placed his name (I covered his last name for privacy) that I cut out that little name card that is stuck in the invitation, and  added the graduation cap, stars, and CONGRATULATIONS embellishments. 

Then the inside left:
I took the vellum sheet that says Class of 2004 from the invitation, taped it in using double sided sticky tape, then added the embellishments. 

(I covered the inside right since we had already written our messages to the graduate).

The card cost was way less than a store bought one. The embellishments were under 2 dollars, and the stuff I took from the invitation, which personalized it beautifully, were free. The card itself and card stock were just pennies!

Making beautiful cards, are so economical, and really fun, and much more thoughtful.  I think this one turned out gorgeous!

10 comments:

Simone Felic said...

E ficou lindo , adorei seu talento para customizar cartões.
bjs
http://eueminhasplantinhas.blogspot.com.br/

Julie said...

Gracias, Simone!

Serena Lewis said...

WOW! What a lovely card! Well done, Julie! Congratulations to the High School graduate! :)

Bobbie Lynn said...

Beautiful ! Love the way you used the label on the paper and incorporating the invitation. I need to remember that for next years graduation.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a great weekend.
Blessings,
Bobbie Lynn

Candice Suter.....Sweetstuff said...

Your cards are outstanding girlie! Oh my and on the post before. You are one talented girl. Thanks for the visit to my blog and video of silly me. It is fun to do! So glad you like it.

Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

Amazing job Julie!!!!

Simone Felic said...

Assisti e adorei , fiquei sabendo da telinha ni fundo do vaso,
para não escoar a terra, valeu pela dica de video.
beijos.
http://eueminhasplantinhas.blogspot.com.br/

Willow said...

What a perfect card for the occasion and made with creative intent and love !

shirley said...

Thia is wonderful julie. You have so many talents. I am so proud of you. Congratulations to the young man on graduating.

Purificacion Diaz said...

beautiful project...