Monday, May 12, 2014

CASE Study: Class of 2014

I sat down today to make a bunch of graduation cards and I don't like doing multiples of the same card - so I needed some inspiration.  I thought Wida's card at CASE Study was about perfect.  I knew that I could use the grays to make it elegant and I saw some stenciled stars in the center.  Even the golden color worked since one of the recipient's school colors is green and gold.  Here's Wida's card.

And here's how I was inspired.

Class of 2014

OK - only five more to go!  (Actually my husband has requested three for his lacrosse players who are graduating and he very specifically wants a lacrosse stick with a graduation cap.  I'm going to give it a whirl but don't be surprised if I don't show them on my blog!)
  • Stamps: none
  • Paper: Simon Says Stamp Smoke and Fog, Stampin' Up Crushed Curry, Black
  • Ink: none
  • Accessories: My Favorite Things Graduation Accents die, Bright Lights Numbers & Symbols die, Fishtail Layers dies, Heidi Swapp Confetti stencil, glossy embossing paste, misc. enamel dots


  1. TERRIFIC grad card Kim, love the pop of green!!

  2. This card is great, and I'm sure you can pull off the other ones, too. :)

  3. Awesome!! I have a request to make six...need to get started, and you've provided wonderful inspiration! Thank you!

  4. Love it , perfect for making more than just a few.

  5. Your card is so perfect. Edgy. Cool with spot on colors!!

  6. Fab card and a great take on wida's card - good luck with the lacrosse cards!


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