We have another Monday Montage Blog Hop for you. There are nine of us participating, so just click on the buttons at the bottom of each post to work your way through.
I was in need of a couple of graduation cards. I like to personalize them a little bit by using school colors and the year of graduation. Since the only graduation-themed stamp that I have is a small stamp in the Blue Ribbon stamp set, I didn’t have to spend much time on deciding what to use.
I used several different punches on these cards — circles, banner, and a new star punch. The numbers are from the Typeset Alphabet Bigz dies, which are on the retiring list.
Both of these cards are for young men, so I wanted to keep them free of any buttons and frills. But I couldn’t help but use some rhinestones. Hopefully, that won’t appear girly to them.
Now you’re ready to jump on over to Breelin Renwick’s amazing blog. If you’d rather work your way backwards, you hop on over to Wendy Weixler’s blog to check our her creative project. Either way, work your way through all of the posts because you won’t want to miss any of it.
Enjoy your Sunday evening! Thanks for stopping by!
4 thoughts on “Graduation Cards — Monday Montage #20”
Oh my gosh I love these Amy, they are perfect grad cards! So pinning this right now for future CASing! TFS!
Great graduation cards! I’m always looking for masculine cards-thanks for the inspiration!
Wow, these cards are great! There is so much strength, pop and “wow!” to them! They feel very hopeful and “successful” for someone forward-moving! I love them, TFS!
Wonderful graduation cards….may just borrow your design as I need two of them next month!