Saturday, May 25, 2019

Addicted to CAS #160

Angie is our host for this challenge at Addicted to CAS and she has chosen an appropriate word for this time of year.
Had I thought ahead I would have done my card in different colors but since I don't have any family graduates this year I ended up using the local high school colors. (my alma mater).
The images from Sunny Studios were randomly stamped and the panel cut with an MFT die.  A larger die was used to cut a second panel from vellum.  The sentiment from PTI was stamped on ribbon (one of the ones you get from ordering from Ellen Hutson) and wrapped around the die cut.  I'm pretty sure I will use this design again as I will have three college graduates in the family next year.  Hmm do I have any maroon ink?

The Design Team would love to show you their graduation cards and also to see yours. 




9 comments:

  1. A wonderful graduation card, Bobby. Love that touch of vellum and the satin ribbon which add a very special touch.

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  2. I love the satin ribbon on this Bobby. It adds a wonderful touch of elegance to your pretty card!

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  3. Fabulous grad card, Bobby! Love the red/black!
    hugs~c

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  4. Fun card -- LOVE the design and colors! Do tell how you stamped on ribbon without it "bleeding"?.... asking from experience here...

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  5. Really pretty! That vellum and ribbon add just the perfect finish to this beautiful card!

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  6. This is a perfect design for a graduation card, Bobby! Love how you stamped on the ribbon and the vellum layer. Lovely extra touches that make this special!

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  7. The random stamping of these fun images gives them such a great sense of energy, Bobby ... how perfect for a graduate looking to the future! Hugs, Anita :)

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  8. This is adorable!!! Love the random stamping and the embossed frame. Great design.

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