Monday, May 9, 2016

Let's Make a Graduation Scene! - KSS

In two short weeks my youngest granddaughter will be graduating from high school with honors. Last week I finished party invitations for her, and today I am using my Let's Make a Scene design sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps to create a special graduation card for her very special day. She is a crafter like her gram so I know she will appreciate it.

For this scene, I started with the bowl of carnations and stamped them directly on the wallpaper background. I colored the water with Copic Marker B0000. The cap and diploma were stamped on white cardstock, cut out, and glued to the cardfront along with the table and hatrack.

Kitchen Sink Stamps used

3 Step Bitty Tulip Bouquet

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  1. Lynn, this is such a creative/unique... and beautiful graduation card!

  2. OMG Lynn......Love the hat rack and the table!! You have such creative ideas! I LOVE THIS!!!!

  3. Congrats to your granddaughter! She sounds like a very special young lady.
    Fabulous scene for your card and so pretty. She's going to treasure it always.

  4. Just a wonderful graduation card design Lynn.

    Hugs Diane

  5. Lynn, I just love this grad scene you've created!! It's so unique and a great idea for a grad card! Congrats to the grad! :)

  6. What a clever graduation scene you created here. It's not the run of the mill card, which I really like!

  7. What a gorgeous graduation card Lynn, I love the beautiful scene you've created! Your granddaughter is going to love this!!
    Hugs, Tammy

  8. Splendid card, LYnn! How sweet she is a crafter like gramma! :) I'm sure this will be loved for years and years ♥

  9. Congrats- your Granddaughter sounds like a bright and creative young lady! (Takes after your side of the family, right : ) hehehe). Love your card- and the cool scene- she will cherish it forever!

  10. Such a fun scene! I have lots of grad cards to make still...I better get going!


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