Graduation Card

A special time in one’s life is graduation day.  The preparation leading up to this event is enjoyable by all families.  Ava here to share a card for my niece who will be graduating and the school colors are red, white and black.

graduation endGraduation Card Supplies: 


Step 1.  Die cut a few labels from Spellbinders, emboss, ink and you have a multi-layered card.

Step 2.  Tearing Core’dinations Cardstock for a distressed edge is my favorite technique.  Here I used Tim Holtz and  Ranger Distress Collection,  Fire Brick Red Cardstock.

Step 3.  Heat embossed my sentiment in black ink and stamped my star’s in Red, Clearsnap Colorbox Ink.

Step 4.  Layer the label die cuts with foam squares from Tombow, add some rhinestones and a bow.

I am ready from Graduation, are you?



Happy Graduation!

June 9, 2010 by  
Filed under Core Blog

Graduation is in full force right now and we wanted to share some awesome projects from our Guest Designer, Charlotte Dobson. She made the most amazing graduation projects for us.

First up is this cool card using Core’dinations Black Magic with a white core:

And check out the inside. It holds the perfect place for your gift card.

Next, check out these fabulous cupcakes!!! Not only do these look delicious but they are totally cute and fun, too.

Check out the one in the middle dressed up in the tuxedo!

Grey cupcake wrappers: Core Essentials, sanding
Black cupcake wrappers: Vintage, edge distressing
Tuxedo cupcake wrapper: Core Essentials

Cupcake picks: Core Essentials, Black Magic, sanding,  Nestabilities regular and scalloped circles

And Next is this COOL banner! Perfect for any Grad. The Black Magic Cardstock is so versatile because you can mix & match it with any color to match your graduation theme and School colors.

Triangle: Black Magic, scored on a Scor-Board and sanded
Scalloped trim: Core Essentials,  sanding
Letters: Core Essentials

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