Thursday, June 5, 2014

Congratulations Class of 2014

Your families are extremely proud of you. You can’t imagine the sense of relief they are experiencing. This would be a most opportune time to ask for money. ~Gary Bolding

CARD #1: In honor of the graduates of 2014, parents and educators. My first card is dedicated to the High School Graduates and those of you whom will receive hundreds of dollars and Visa gift cards.

The $1 was a nice touch and it matched the quote
Supplies Used
Patterned paper: Paper Studio
Solid Cardstock: Paper Studio
and DCWV
Ribbon: Paper Studio
Rhinstones: Recollections
Card and Envelope: Recollections
Cricut Cartridge: Cricut Classic Font
Money: Uncle Sam
Embossing Folder: Darice

Graduates, The money and Visa gift cards that you receive as gifts are to HELP you with some of the things you will need for college. Things like decorations for your dorm room, class supplies, books, and snacks for your dorm. You parents have financed your educations for 12+ years. Please use your money wisely and help mom and dad by helping yourself just a little bit. My son; class of 2009 received over $1,000 in cash and gift cards.  What did he do with it; purchase a PS2 and losts of games.

CARD #2: In honor of the parents and guardians of the Class of 2014. 

Supplies Used
Patterned paper : Paper Studio
Solid Cardstock: Paper Studio
Pearls: Stampin Up!
Ink: Walnut Close to My Heart
Cricut Cartridge: ?? 
Embossing Folder: Darice
 Mom and Dad, Wish them well and allow them to fly and follow their dreams.

Inside of the card is a continuation of the quite from the front of the card.

Card #3: For the 2014 College Graduate

Supplies Used
Patterned Cardstock: DCWV
Patterned: ??
Stickers: Sticko
Cricut Cartridges: Cricut Classics 

It takes a special person to teach young adults who think they know it all. You did it! You are sending another young adult out into the world; not as a child but as one of your peers. Hats off to you and to the new college graduates.

I'm really beginning to like banners. This card was easy and was inspired by my upcoming college graduate. My son fill be graduating in December 2014 from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville!



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