Friday, May 23, 2014

Graduate, You're A Star! MOJO346 & CTD293



Greetings! Sorry if I've been a bit MIA lately, Stampers. DH is recovoring from knee replacement surgury, Oreo had a tail injury, middle son has moved accross country and we are helping him pack. Agh! There has been very little stamping time available, but I must say I treasure every moment!  It's the best therapy when you are otherwised stressed out! 


DH and I have a niece and nephew graduating this year, one from college and one from high school. This card is for our niece. The layout is from MOJO Monday. Love it!


I love these colors from Color Throwdown, too! Yumm!  I could totally settle myself into the inspiration room photo! So tropical!


Inside of card...


Card and envelope... I should add that both of the stamp sets I used here are retiring on June 4. You can check out the SU retiring products by clicking here, and many now have reduced prices.



Stampin' Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Simply Stars, Delightful Dozen
Card Stock: Whisper White, Soft Sky
DSP: Brights Stack
Ink Pads: Versamark, Tangerine Tango,  Soft Sky,  Pear Pizzazz
Tools: Big Shot, Circles Framelits, Heat Tool
Accessories: Silver Embossing Powder, Rhinestones

Thanks for visiting and please leave a comment!




8 comments:

  1. Sandy, hope everyone is recovering well :-) I love this card. The colors feel like summer and I love the use of circles and stars. I know your niece will really appreciate it!
    Hugs
    Jaydee

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  2. Hi Sandy, Great Graduation card. Love the stars. I like the non-traditional look, no black cap. Hope you have a great, relaxing, Memorial Day weekend. :)

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  3. Wow, you have had a lot going on! Love your card and the use of the colours...it is really perfect and the stamping inside just makes it!

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  4. Busy...stressed...busy! Wonderful card! Love how you used the sketch and colors! Thxs for joining us at CTD!

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  5. Cute card... the stars are great! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown.

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  6. what stamp set did you use for the inside?

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