I missed another graduation party of a very special young man named Luke.
I think he was born grown up just like his older brother. He has a bright future ahead of him.
I made him this graduation card using the same Four Panel Screen Template as my last post!
You can see it HERE.
I used the Large Letters and the retired Large Numbers on this card along with the sentiments
from Treehouse with the balloon die cuts from the Candles and Confetti Framelits.
Luke’s school colors are Red, Black and White but you could make any color combination with this design.
Adding in some Glimmer Paper of any color jazzes up the card, don’t you think?
I have a fresh colorful card using our new purples for you today.
I used the Abstract Impressions Bundle on this card with the Highland Heather and Gorgeous Grape ink and cardstock. My greens are delicious, too- Lemon Lime Twist and Granny Apple Green. I popped on the scrap of Polka Dot ribbon that was lying on my desk, too:)
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Remembering picking those pretty dandelion bouquets as a kid…
and then being told they were just weeds? LOL.
Well, they must be special with all the ways they are displayed…
in photos, on clothing, home decor, and of course, on stamps!
I have a video for you showing how to make a tri-panel image as the focal point on a card.
Here is the finished card from the video:
Now here is the same card that has all the layers run through the Big Shot using
the Subtle Embossing Folder.
Quite a different effect that Subltle Embossing Folder makes, huh?
Soft Suede Card Base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, Focal panel border 3″ x 4-1/4″, 2-1/2″ square for sentiment
Very Vanilla outside and inside: 4″ x 5-1/4″, Tri-panel 2-3/4″ x 3-3/4″ cut into (3) 1-1/4″ pieces on the 3-3/4″ side, 2-1/2″ square for sentiment
I just love black and white as a design element and adding in a pop of any color just makes me happy! Adding in red is even better!
I was playing around with my SU Floral Frames Bundle and came up with this:
Simply stamp the foliage image and run it through the Big Shot with the NEW Tufted Embossing Folder. Stamp some posies with the returning color Poppy Parade ink and pop them up with some stamping dimensionals. Oh, and I used the Layering Circles to accent the sentiment.
The leaves could have been colored in any of our great greens but I chose to keep in simple with just the three colors. I love the Poppy Parade color- such a lovely bright red so different from Real Red which is one of my faves. Red is an important color to have on hand and having two beautiful Stampin’ Up reds is super!
I just used a marker to dot in the middle of the flowers to mimic the front.
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