Friday, October 3, 2008

Cuttlebug Graduation card


I made this graduation card for our son. He graduated from college last spring and the family is celebrating soon, so I thought I better get it ready. We have all been trying to get together since spring, but with work schedules it's been difficult. I made several of these in different colors, depending on the school colors. The directions for the tassel are here:http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=254195. I made a lot of these and I am almost out again. I made them for a swap for a card group I belong too also . I haven't used my cuttlebug for awhile and I really like the texture it adds to a card. I was over on Rebecca's blog lookin' at her cards{http://thereisastampforthat.blogspot.com/ } and saw she had participated in a cuttlebug card challenge on a new blog all about cards made using a cuttlebug. I think it will be fun to follow, see how others are using their bug, and maybe participate in some challenges. Here's the site: http://thecuttlebugspot.blogspot.com/ .
  • RECIPE

  • Paper: bravo burgundy, black, river rock

  • Accessories: black brad, gold floss, cuttlebug folders, slit punch

  • Ink: none





1 comment:

  1. I love the idea of the graduation cap. And being able to switch to anybody's school colors is great, too! Have fun celebrating the graduation...that's a super big deal!

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