I shared THIS single layer card last week and when I made it, I liked it so much and it took so much time that I figured I should get the most for all those hours I spent agonizing over the design and use it again to finish up the last couple graduation cards I needed to get sent out.
I made two identical cards just like this and it was so, so easy. This time! ;)
The only changesI made to the graduation cards were the addtion of the stamped and embossed numbers for the graduation year (as opposed to the stamped/embossed stars on the birthday card HERE) and I changed up the colors and greeting, of course.
If you're wanting to see how I created this card, please click HERE.
I also wanted to share this quick teacher thank you card I created for my youngest son's first grade teacher...
... unfortunately I was in a hurry last Thursday and didn't get a better photo than this instagram one but I wanted to share anyway since I really like how it turned out plus I used my favorite greeting stamp set again!
I created a rainbow sunburst on a small square card using an array of bright Hero Arts Shadow and Mid-Tone Inks, layered a stamped sunburst and stamped circle, then the die cut and stamped apple. I used the Sakura Glitter Pen on the rainbow sun rays and apple for subtle sparkle.
I stamped the greeting on vellum, scored the strip on each side using the Martha Stewart scoring board and attached it to the card with the Tiny Attacher.
Be sure to come back Friday for a Simon Says Stamp Blog Hop!