Glittery Graduation Card

Glittery Graduation Card


(Inside: May you celebrate your graduation remembering special memories from your past and exciting dreams for your future.  Happy Graduation.)

My kids had quite a few graduation parties to attend this past spring/summer so I came up with a few designs that were easy to duplicate.  Most of the graduates were from their high school where the colors are red and white so I went with those colors for most of the cards I created.

This first design (of several) was made with glitter card stock along with fabric graduation cap stickers.

In addition to graduates from their school, there were a few graduates from different schools, with different colors, so I used different glitter card stock for theirs.  (It’s hard to see the shine on the  black and white sample.)  This design was very easy to customize!

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The red and black glitter card stock was by Recollections, and the blue was by DCWV.  The stickers were called “Black Graduation Caps” (#SPJBLG229) from Jolee’s Boutique.  I used a score board to emboss diagonal lines to frame my greeting which was by Rubber Stamped.  The stars were cut with 2 different star punches (#03-026386 and #03-026382) that were designed to cut thick materials by Fiskars.   The frame was created with my We R Memory Keepers Frame Punch Board.  The inside sentiment was a stamp by Northwoods Rubber Stamps.

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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One thought on “Glittery Graduation Card

  1. Gorgeous graduation cards. I have some glitter card stock too but am very stingy with using it. I got mine from SU and it was quite spendy. Not sure if I can find a cheaper source or not but they do dress up a card in a hurry.


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