Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Congratulations Card


Love those shadows, LOL! I made this card for a high school graduation last year. It actually came together pretty fast, which was great because I am a slow crafter and a card usually takes me a minimum of two hours!

Supplies:
Stamps: Star Prints--Papertrey Ink; Round Congrats--Clear Dollar Stamps (I think); Lined Paper Backgrounder--Cornish Heritage Farms
Ribbon: Michaels
Ink: Broken China--Ranger Industries; Pure Poppy--Papertrey Ink; Yellow--VersaMark, I think, Black--VersaFine
Paper: Stash

17 comments:

Teresa said...

Great card, Jill! Love the bright colors!!!

megspaulding said...

(sorry about the double post earlier)This card is so cute! Star Prints is one of my faves! Love what you did with it!

Brenda said...

this is a great card for a grad! I love the stars and the notebook paper.

Lorraine said...

I like it! Am loving the bright colors! nice touch with the notebook paper.

Karen said...

What a great card! I love notebook paper and Star Prints is one of my favorite PTI stamp sets.

Sherry said...

Really darling card!!

Carol's Ink Spot said...

Very nice card! Grad cards are fun to make and yours is really super!

Karen from PA said...

Lovely card! I love the way you used the lined paper background and lined up the congrats stamps. The stars are the perfect touch!

Nadine said...

What a fun card, just perfect for a grad! Absolutely love your lined paper and how you stamped the front! Great job and thanks for sharing!

Laurie said...

How fun! Love that paper stamp! Cute!

Jennifer Carter said...

This is a fun card!! Great job!

Michelle said...

I love those punched stars - the primary colors are fantastic...with the little notebook paper; really cute.

Christi said...

love the way you combined stamps for this card!

Caryn said...

Great card Jill - love the stars, that set is just so useful!!

Hugs,
Caryn xxx

Diane Jaquay said...

This is really cute Jill! I've always loved primary colors and you used them really well here. Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging!

Karen H. said...

Ooooh, I love this! The whole writing on the paper is one of my favorite things.

Janis said...

I can so relate to taking two hours to make a card. I always say I need to speed up the process. Love the colours in this card by the way!