A co-worker asked me if I would make some invitations for her daughter's graduation from Xavier University. I made three samples for her to choose from. Of course I used Xavier's colors: dark blue, silver, gray and white.
The first one is non-traditional as it doesn't scream graduation. I stamped the stars from Star Prints in Versamark on navy card stock, and embossed them with silver. I fussy cut the stars.(Usually, I use my Wishblade to cut the stars, but since I only had 3 to cut out, it was easier to hand cut them vs setting up my machine)
The second card is more traditional bearing a mortarboard & diploma.This was their choice. I used my daughter's Cricut machine to make the cap. I doctored it up to make it 3D. The diploma stamp is a PSX rubber stamp I purchased back in 1999. It has seen many graduations.
An up close shot of the graduation items.
The last one is my favorite. I love the oval limitless layer die on this one.
These should be pretty easy to make. Besides I only need to make ten. Thanks for stopping by.