Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Samantha Walker's May Creative Crafter's Team Blog Hop!

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This month the team has been given the theme "Graduation", so team is sharing projects with that theme.

I made this fun graduation card using Samantha's Silhouette files and Rough & Tumble Collection.
Files:
 Frames Rope Border
a2 Card Artisan Edge with Flap Closure
Back to School Banner
SW Swirl Dance Font







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12 comments:

Heather Thompson said...

I love the way that card looks and opens. very neat, great color choices.

Jamie Cripps said...

Love all the shapes you combined in this one! So cute!

DebbyP said...

Love all the details on the outside and inside of this card. Super cool.
TTFN

Tina Marie said...

Really cute and love the added diploma!

cghundley said...

Very nice!
Great idea.
Carla from Utah

TCahal said...

Beautiful card!! The diploma on the front is just too cute!

Joan A. said...

how clever! Love it!

Sue D said...

Fabulous idea for a graduate!

Tammy Malone said...

This is such a fun card. Perfect for a graduate :)

Robin B. said...

Fun cards, love the colors! Thanks for sharing.

WhoMom said...

The the mini book style you used here. The front is great and the card is fun. Could also be done in the school colors.

Anita said...

This is fabulous and I'm sure will get ooohs and aaahs.