Sunday, July 2, 2017

The Paper Players Class of 2017


Hi everyone!

Here's the challenge from Joanne over at The Paper Players:


I only had one graduation this year, so I didn't need to make as many cards as I usually do each spring. This one went together quickly too!


I used some paper from Doodlebugs, " Let the Journey Begin."  The pack is all in shiny silver, white and black. I didn't add a sentiment, as there was already one on the paper!

The stitched rectangles are from Cheery Lynn, and the grad hat....well..... I don't know where I got that. It was in my container of die cuts. I think I may have gotten it from a friend. I added one red enamel dot.


Be sure to check out the rest of the design team here:

The Paper Players Design Team


I hope you will join us!


Paper: SU, Doodlebug
Dies: Cheery Lynn pierced rectangles
Other: enamel dot






14 comments:

Carole said...

Super graduation card Laurie..really striking...and it days it all!

Verna Angerhofer said...

This is a beautiful graduation card design.

Flo said...

Pretty card! I'm partial to red and black, too. 👍😊

Liz said...

Super card, Laurie, great design. I love the combination of red, white and black, the colours always look so striking together. xx

Ann Greenspan's Crafts said...

Love that starry background paper.......wonderful colors. Great graduation card, Laurie.

LeAnne said...

What an awesome card..I love it when the paper does all the work! This is fabulous!

Stampingcountry said...

Striking Graduation Card!

Leslie Miller said...

One of the best grad cards I've seen for either gender! You are so good!

Joanne James said...

Love that paper Laurie - along with the red frame it really makes your card! I must confess I thought you'd patiently stamped that fabulous repeat pattern - love it when the paper does all the work! A perfect graduation card for my challenge this week.

Claire Broadwater said...

Laurie, these papers are fabulous! I love the red and black color combo and the mix of patterns! Hope you are enjoying the holiday week! XX

Jan Clothier said...

Silver, black, white and a pop of red - that's a hard combination to beat! It looks very stylish and I like the way the words and pattern work together.

Ann Abrahamson said...

Hi Laurie! This is my absolute fave color combination and the papers really make it pop! Great grad card!

stampwithsandy said...

Awesome card, Laurie! I love when the paper does some of the work for you, and you always have the perfect die cut :)

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Beautiful! Very elegant and classy!