Saturday, May 14, 2011

"My Life as a Student" - Graduation card.

Yaaayyyyy !!!! Another graduation in the family !!! This time, it's my youngest daughter Diana, who finishes her Bachelor's Degree in Advertising and Film Production (actually, she is graduating with two degrees). She still does not know what she wants to do next, but she has already been admitted to Graduate School. Have you any idea how many graduations I have attended, being the mom of 5 children ??? LOL And yes, they all have gone to college to get their degrees. I still have a few more graduations to attend, believe it or not !!!

With this card (that is today's project), I tried to highlight some of the items that my daughter used the most while attending her four and a half years at the university; those are: the clock or watch, to always be on time; her white "Mac" computer; the clapperboard for her production of short films; fast food; oh, HER CAMERA!; books and, her constant companion, her "cel".
    • Cuttlebug embossing folder: Seeing Spots
    • Crystal Effects Stampin Up
    • Sakura Gel Pen in "Clear Star" to create the shine on the computer and phone screens.
    • Martha Stewart Circle Cutter
    • Circle punches
  • Print and cut all the shapes you will need. I cut them all at 1.2
  •  Put the "items" together



  •   Print pattern on 12x12 cardstock. Make the card base with it.
  • Cut and emboss a circle. Frame with foil. Place piece in center of card.
  •  Punch out circles and attach "items". Glue the circles on the round foil frame.
  •  Add golden stickers for the year:2011.

It has been an honor having you stop by. :)


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  2. Very Nice Martha! I know you are a proud mom! Congratulations to the graduate. Ra Ra Ra Ra. TFS.