Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Graduation Card

I'm hopping on for another quick "drive by" post, this time featuring a graduation card.  There's no doubt about it, the grads got gypped this year but hopefully it's just a minor blip in the radar of their new adventures.

I created this card for the daughter of a good friend using our local high school colors. 

I try to mix up my designs each year as many of my cards go to siblings of different graduation years and I like to keep them unique.  This one was really simple to do using a set from CZ Designs and Simon Says Stamp.  I truly love Cathy's style and still have a copy of her first book on scrapbook design.  I used four stamps from her set to create my focal image. 

It's hard to see in the full photo but I heat embossed in clear over top of the stamped images to give it a bit of shine.  The stars add a bit of flair to the very, very simple design.   

CZDesign/Simon Says Stamp - Grad Rad stamp set
Honeybee Stamps - tiny stars

Stay safe and healthy my friends!  

Thank you for visiting my little crevice of the crafty blogosphere.  Your time, comments and friendship are much appreciated.  

Happy Crafting!



  1. I have this set and love what you've done with it here!

  2. I like! I have an elementary school grad card to make... this could provide a fine inspiration!

  3. It's cute, Jules! Gosh I do feel bad for them missing out on the pomp and circumstance of such a momentous time... I can't imagine it! All the cards and gifts are going to be that much more appreciated!

  4. Such a great card! I've saved it into my inspiration files for upcoming graduations!!