Graduation Shaker

Hello again!

Catching up on some posting.  I made a couple graduation cards for my son and daughter inlaw.  My son got his Master's in History and my daugther inlaw got her BA in History two weeks ago.  The hubs and I flew out to Oklahoma to attend the ceremonies and to spend some time with them afterwards.  I am so proud of both of them!  They've worked really hard!  And they're not done yet.  My daughter inlaw is going on to get her Master's and my son is going to be teaching at the university they just graduated while she gets her Master's.  Then my son will go on for his Ph.D. in Sports History once his wife has her Master's.

This is the card I made our daughter-in-law, Helen ---

Inside of Card

Stamps: Front sentiment - Grad Class (Lil Inker Designs); Inside sentiment (DRS Designs); Tassel stamp (DRS Designs).
Paper: White and navy cardstock.  Gold glitter patterned paper (stash); gold glitter paper (stash).
Ink: Black Onyx (Versafine); Green Grass (Catherine Pooler).
Extras: Wonky square die (Lil Inker Designs); Stitched rectangle dies (Lil Inker Designs); Rounded rectangle stitched die (Lil Inker Designs); Stitched Number Dies (Lil Inker Designs); stars from star cutting plate (Hero Arts); Fuser tool and sleeves (We R Memory Keepers); white sequins (stash); green embroidery yarn; blue brad.

For Following Challenges:
CAS on Sunday - #108 Shaker

Graduation Blessings!
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Leanne said...

She would love it, so pretty, and love shaker cards. Very nicely done!

Bonnie said...

What a creative way to make a graduation cap, Nance! Love the shakers and the wonderful sentiments! I think she knows how proud you are of her!

Melissa Bove said...

Fabulous shaker card!! Such a wonderful design!! Love this! Both inside and out!!

Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!


Mariken said...

Lovely shaker card! Thank you for joining our challenge at Cas on Sunday!

Tamie said...

Your graduation card is simply amazing!