Here’s a graduation card idea that is easy to copy.
Since we don’t have the Large Letter Alphabet anymore (which we are keeping), this new Hand-Lettered Prose set of dies was perfect.
Now, we had a little discussion on my Facebook page because when Ann grabbed the layers that were embossed with the ruffles embossing folder that we didn’t notice was retired the beginning of this month, she accidentally put them upside down. Maybe that’s why it’s retired.
I told her to use the Tufted one or the Tin Tile, but as usual, she went on her own way and got in trouble. (NOTE: 3-D Embossing Folders that are not new to this catalog may or may not be available when you read this as they are doing some manufacturing changes.)
I don’t know that you can see it here, but she was in a time crunch and used it anyway.
You’d think she would’ve notice when she put the letters on, but she didn’t see it until she was done.
Of course, the inside has a personal bark of encouragement to this young lady, but I can tell you that we used the Praiseworthy Prose stamp set inside. Remember that you save 10% when you bundle the stamp set and letters together.
What I Like Best About Making Graduations Cards
If you read my barks, you know I love that you can make graduation cards, baby cards, wedding cards and just about any card idea in the color combination of the event.
The Yuba City Honkers (yes, their mascot is a type of duck), is brown and gold. Because of that, we used Early Espresso and Crushed Curry.
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This new set of dies is completely affordable and another great one to add to your collection. It’s so trendy due to the fact that fonts are so popular!
Hope you enjoyed this graduation card idea.