Monday, May 9, 2011

Congratulations Graduate

Hi there, I told you I would have something else to post for you today. :) If you would like to see what I posted earlier just scroll down.

I wanted to participate in some challenges so I created a card that I will be giving to my son later this month. He will be graduating high school. I hope he doesn't think it is too juvenile but I really don't have many cartridges with cuts for an older graduate. Besides I got to do some fun things on this card and using Peachy Keen Faces always brings a smile.

I am entering this card into My Pink Stampers National Scrapbooking Challenges. This is for Challenge #9 Glitz, Glam, Glitter.

Another challenge that I am entering this in is Peachy Keen Stamps Let's Face It Challenge ~ Banner Up. Make a banner or use a banner on your project and as always for this particular challenge use a Peachy Keen Face stamp.

And the last challenge that I will be entering is over at My Craft Spot. This a Monday challenge and the challenge is to Bling It Up! If you haven't played in this challenge yet you should give it a try. Kimberly has great products that she is giving away not to mention that she sells the most gorgeous Crinkle Ribbon and so much more.

Now onto my card:

Just a bit of a close up! :)

Here is what I did:

Cricut Cartridges ~ Everyday Paper Doll Dress Up for the boy graduate, Birthday Bash for the banner
Peachy Keen Stamps ~ PK-450 Wide Eyed Kid Assortment
Rcollections Cardstock
Silver Embossing Powder ~ I heat embossed the background. I would consider this my bling or glitz
Studio G stamp for the background
Versa Marker ~ I used this to edge some of my cuts and also add 2011 to my banner so I could heat emboss with more of the silver embossing powder
Baker's Twine
White Gelly Roll Pen

That's it for now. I am going to see if I can get a few more projects done today. Hope to see you soon!

Happy Crafting!

12 comments:

Sandra 365 Days Of Cricut said...

How cute is he!?! Love the embossing!

Ruthie said...

Hi Saundra!

This is the cutest grad card! I love it! I love how you added the numbers to the banner!

Thanks so much for playing along with us at LFIF!

Ruthie :)

Cuttin' and Stampin' Cards said...

WOW!! I love your card. Like you I also have a son graduating from High School this year. I've already received a dozen announcements that I will need to make cards for. Hope you don't mind but I do believe I will be borrowing your idea of the banner and boy. Thanks so much for the insperation.

Kate said...

Two in one day! It's wonderful to see your projects again! (And I'm so glad that all is well.)
What a fun card! I'm sure your son will love it. Great job with the heat embossed background. That looks fantastic!
Thanks for playing along at My Craft Spot!

Joy said...

So cute !! Love the banner and that sweet lil face! Great job on the heat embossing too...it looks wonderful! Thanks for playing along this week at My Craft Spot !!
xoxo Joy

Faith Abigail Designs said...

This is really cute! I love the paper you've used and that banner is adorable.

Glora said...

Awesome job like always. I love that banner for the graduation year. Inspired! I think he will LOVE this card, I know that I do! Hugs- Glora

Sentimental Scrapper said...

Sooooo cute!! Love the embossing and the sweet face on the little boy! Thanks for joining the fun at My Craft Spot!

Kimberly

jennyplace2 said...

Such a cute Grad Card! Love the little banner and the embossing. Thanks for joining in the fun at My Craft Spot.

Sandy S. said...

Great card! Found you through your entry on My Craft spot. Following now and look forward to seeing more of your creations!

Sandy
http://thecraftycreationspot.blogspot.com/

Amber said...

This is such a fun graduate card! I love what you did with the paper doll! He looks great and that banner is such an eye catcher on that embossed background! Congrats to your son! Thanks for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

Amy C said...

Awesome grad card!! You did a great job with the embossing. Thanks for joining us this week at My Craft Spot!!

Hugs,
Amy