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. fab card- it really stands out

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

  4. This is fantastic and good luck.

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

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

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

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


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