SU Perfect Pennants with Positively Chevron


The last week has been a whirlwind with my daughter’s graduation from college with a nursing degree (in the middle with the medal), two kids moving back in for the summer to a “downsized” home with their older brother visiting who has lost his room (he is sleeping in my stamping room!), and getting ready to head to my son’s girlfriend’s law school graduation in Florida this Saturday. BUSY but totally blessed by the chaos. But…I could not neglect my blog any longer so I played along with the Colour Q # 241 challenge.


 I used the shiny gold from this year’s Sale-a-Bration Good as Gold card kit- it is really sharp looking but acts like a mirror when you are photographing it! It took quite some time to get a photo without my reflection in it (you can see a tad on the lower right tip of the pennant)…

SU Perfect Pennants Chevrons Gold

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Positively Chevron Background stamp, SU Perfect Pennants
INK: SU Pool Party, SU Tempting Turquoise, SU Chocolate Chip
PAPER: SU Pool Party, SU Tempting Turquoise, SU Chocolate Chip, SU Whisper White, Gold from SAB ’14 Good as Gold Kit
TOOLS: SU Banner Dies

Happy Day! I was picked as a ColourQ Courtier:)


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  1. Congratulations to your daughter on her graduation.
    Your card is beautiful. Love the colors.

  2. Wow, just reading your post about all your activities made my head spin! But I have to say your daughter is beautiful! Congrats & blessings to her! MEANWHILE, this card is just super dandy…love the clean, crisp look to it!!! Thanks for playing with our CQC colors this week! Have a safe trip to FL too!

  3. Cindy, Congratulations to your daughter! She is beautiful and I know you are so proud of her! Your family is truly on a whirlwind with all the graduations! Your card is super and love the simplicity of it! The colors are great! XX

  4. This is TERRIFIC! I love the sprinkling of stars and the gold framing your sentiment banner. Thanks so much for joining us at the ColourQ!

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