Monday, June 10, 2013

Graduation Cards

Sharing a feminine and masculine graduation card made with my own homemade clipboards!
Here's the card with the mini clipboard pulled out.
To make the clipboards I simply copied a clipart clipboard to Word and then re-sized the top part to fit my need. After printing it out I used it as a pattern to make my own clipboards without dies!
The board part is simply kraft cardstock with rounded corners. 
Supplies used:
  • Dictionary pages
  • Brown ink
  • Tattered Floral Die (Tim Holtz)
  • Flower Soft
  • Crinkle Ribbon
  • Graduation Stamp Set (Hampton Art)
  • Yellow Embossing Powder
BTW - here's another cute way to use the mini clipboards -- to write a little note:
This post linked to:
Word Art Wednesday

8 comments:

Helen said...

both cards are lovely!

Stephanie said...

Both cards are fantastic! Thanks for sharing :)

Have a beautiful week.

Kathy said...

Both of these are super cute! Thanks so much for your comment on my OSW cards! Blessings! Kathy

Karen Letchworth said...

Awesome cards, Esther. Thanks SO MUCH for stopping by to share them with us. It's always such a treat to have you join us. Hope you're having a blessed week.
Thanks again for playing along!
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Carole Robb Bisson said...

Dictionary pages, pockets and stars really make a beautiful card.
Thank you for sharing this fabulous art with us. Your participation this week at WAW is greatly appreciated.
Abundant Blessings,
Carole Robb Bisson
Word Art Wednesday
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Pam said...

Both of your cards are wonderful!
Pam
scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

Winnie said...

Just awesome! I love that you made your own clipboard with a die! I have been wanting the die for quite some time! Love how you made smiliar cards look so different for a girl and a boy. I make a grad card last night for one nephew and have to do another ne tonight for his brother.

Stephanie said...

How creative!! I really like your clipboards - thanks so much for sharing how you made them. Your graduation cards are fantastic! I'm sure the recipients loved them. Thanks so much for joining us at Word Art Wednesday.

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