Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Congrats Grad!

Hello and happy Wednesday everyone! Can't believe it is June already!  Rosemary here today with a slimline card that I made for my nephew who is a high school graduate this year.  I used the Headline Type alpha die set and the graduation cap from the Spring Birdie die set to make my card.


Slimline cards are kind of the rage right now and this is my third time making one.  I think the hardest part about making one is getting the dimensions right when you cut the cardstock!  Because this card is for a guy I decided to keep it super simple.  I used his school colors of red, navy and white with a little touch of silver.  Now as you look at the card you don't see the silver, but it is there.  Before adhering the die cut letters to the white cardstock I foiled 'congrats grad' in silver using all the letters.  Below is a photo that shows you the silver foiling.  It is just a fun little detail that you will notice if you look at the card closely.   Once I had all the foiling and adhering of letters done I simply finished the card by adding the graduations caps in blue and red to the O and D.  I cut some navy cardstock to mat the white piece and then adhered it to a white cardstock base.  I hope my nephew likes his card!

photo showing foiling detail
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Rosemary

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5 comments:

Daffodil Cards said...

What a wonderful card Rosemary.
Faith x

Greta said...

Absolutely perfect card for your nephew! I love using school colors for grad cards & this combo is great anyway! Would never have thought to do the silver foiling like that--fabulous little touch of artistry!

Lisa Elton said...

The red and black are striking, what a great card! That thin black border is everything!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

I love slimline cards and you made a terrific one for a guy, Rosemary! The jumbo letters look great with the grad caps!!

TK said...

Wow! Great card for a male, and the foiling is a fantastic detail! Love the little grad caps :o)