Saturday, June 1, 2019

Hello and Some Graduation Cards

Happy Saturday everyone!! Just a quick pop in today.

I have been suffering from some intestinal issues the last couple days and have not had any time to play in my craft room. I ate bread for the first time yesterday since February to try to get my stomach back in order and I am craving vegetables right now. I realized I have not missed bread at all!!

I had scheduled a personal day from work yesterday and had to spend the whole day in bed. So disappointed because I planned on going to a scrapbook/stamp store that is about an hour from here to browse and then go to the outlets for some summer clothes. I have been on an "eating plan" and need to get some clothes that FIT!!

Below are some cards I created last weekend for some HS graduations. I am not going to list supplies or anything as I don't have the energy but wanted to post them before I forgot.

This one I created for my nephew. I combined a bunch of different companies for this card.

I usually try to get the colors right for the school but didn't get these right. However, I needed to send it out so it was too late.

This card I created with some retired sets from CAS-ual Fridays Stamps. The hat is from a PTI stamp set.

I like this design for simple graduation cards. It is quick and easy and you could make a TON!! I am entering this card into the Addicted to CAS Challenge #160: Graduation.

I created this for my cousin's son that is going to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in the fall. I used the college colors as my inspiration.

 The stamps are from PTI and the die cut letters are Pinkfresh Studio.

I am entering this card into Watercooler Wednesdays Challenge #223: Anything Goes.

My last card I used the stamp set from PTI for my card.

The ink got a little runny on the sentiment but I fixed it after I took these photos with a rough eraser.

The colors were inspired by the college that another cousin's son is going to.

Well, that is all from me today. I hope you all have a FABULOUS day!! Thanks for stopping by!!