Monday, May 21, 2012

Graduation Projects

We're back! We hope you had a crafty weekend. Our Designers are busy working up new projects and ideas using our stickers, tubes, and calendars. Today we have a selection of graduation items to share. Amy Kidd put together a layout to document her son's graduation.  Click on photos for a larger view;

Amy says, "There was a sticker sentiment for all of the feelings I wanted to convey to my son. My favorite stickers were these hanging 2012 tags from the Year of Memories #48004 2012 sheet. I used them on cream patterned paper then trimmed the sticker around the edges. I punched a hole in the tops and tied them together using some twine. So easy!"


Amy Duff created a graduation card and coordinating mini album Amy says, "I made the card using Express Yourself Graduation sheet #42019 and Quick Cards #52038 Class of 2012. I stuck with the blue, black, and white theme and kept everything to minimum so this set could be used for a boy or girl. I added a brad to the center of the graduation cap and did a zig zag stitch on the front.
The mini album has a large oval to include a picture. Again, keeping it simple, a zig zag stitch and two brads to embellish. Inside are mini index cards pages to add messages of encouragement for the future grad, tickets, and pictures from the special event. Stickers used: Say it Stickers #51006 Thinking of You and Express Yourself #42019 Graduation. A simple way to say congrats to that student and provide a way to keep memories from that day forever."


We're sharing a fantastic layout by Corrie Jones tomorrow, come back and join us!


~jan said...

Terrific grad projects!

Cindy Groh said...

Love that layout using the grad stickers. Fabulous projects:)