Thursday, April 28, 2011

Graduation Cards

First off - thank you to all you blog visitors who were just as upset as I was about the Dog Wars App and clicked on the link to report the App.  There are some reports that Google disabled the App, but at the time I'm writing this...I don't think it's been officially cancelled yet.  ( I will keep checking the headlines though)

It's the season for graduation cards - these are two quick ones I put together last week using an old Studio G stamp and a  new Studio G cling set I got a Michael's.

Clean and simple and..........simple!!!  Other than the Studio G...I used a Tim Holtz embossing folder.

I hope you have a good day and those blogging friends in the south are safe with all these terrible storms and tornados!

I have a SEWING lesson today!!!  My mom found me a sewing machine at a tag sale this winter and brought it home and got it tuned up at a machine store.  The guy who refurbished it offered me a free some point in the future....I'll be sewing on my cards! Yippee!!!

Thanks for your visit!


Kathy and Lucky said...

What great cards! I love the CAS, you should check out Less is More. I love these, and the colors can be set up for the school, love it. Congrats on your weight loss and your first sewing lesson.

Audrey Pettit said...

What great graduation cards, Maria! I love the stamping and the clean designs. Really eye catching. And how fun about the sewing machine. You are going to love stitching on your cards. I'm addicted to it! :)

MiamiKel said...

Now this is one neat card! So simple yet it is so elegant and the perfect for a graduate's special milestone! What a creative idea! YAY on the sewing machine, lesson and future sewn cards - can't wait to see :)

jimlynn said...

OMG!!! You'll be making clothes for everyone in the neighborhood AND all the pets...I can already see it coming!!! LOL! Serious though...excited for you about the sewing class. Know it'll be fun. Sewing is really very easy. I think threading the machine is the hardest part! Can't wait to see the sewing on your cards now!
LOVE the graduation cards...CAS and just right!

Cheryl said...

Wonderful gradutation cards! I love the clean lines on both. The scoring on the 2nd makes it so elegant.

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