Pride, Pomp, and Circumstance

Pride, Pomp, and Circumstance

Congrats to all those facing that big accomplishment in your life! Given my age, I only know of a few celebrating from high school and none from college.

However, my daughter graduates eighth grade. Whoa! She will be a high school freshman this fall. Not sure I am ready for that! My youngest “graduates” from Kindergarten. He says there is going to be a big party in his class!

Well, I am yet to make them their cards. However, I want to show you two graduation cards that I made. The base of the card, the shield, uses a cut file from The Cutting Cafe. The cap is built into my Pazzles software. I am really happy with how these turned out. I think they are fitting for a male graduate–even the one with the ribbon. I am entering these cards in the CutCardStock Blog Challenge for a Masculine Card. If you like these cards, I appreciate your time to vote for me at the CutCardStock challenge.

I also want to share a mortar board (graduate cap) box that I designed. This can be used as a party favor for treats or as a gift box. These are available for custom order in the colors of your choice. Contact me with the link above.

6 Responses to Pride, Pomp, and Circumstance

  1. krista, congrats to your children on their graduation day! and especially to the freshman to be since it is a start of many things.

    your cards are awesome! and the treat box adorable. you did so great on the design. good luck with the sales. lots of grad parties these days.

    i had my son’s last year and made all kind of banners and paper embellishments for the occasion. my backyard looked awesome.

    take care and i will be there voting for you.

    hugs!

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