May 192022

Perhaps the greatest joy in life is to watch your children and then your grandchildren grow and thrive. Well my twin granddaughters have done just that!

They started out so tiny. But they were fierce.

They have both always had such kind and loving hearts towards their family, their peers and all creatures great and small.

Now they are graduating from high school and are off to college in a couple of months.

They’ve worked so hard. In fact, K is her class’s Valedictorian! Wow! Right!!

Both girls are so smart and talented. (And I’m not at all bias! lol)

I’ve added lots of layers and dimension to their cards. Since I will be hand delivering them, I didn’t have to be concerned with mailing issues. Even added some metal flowers and large rhinestones. Now that was fun!

Inside the card, the sentiment panel was popped up with foam tape on three sides. One side was left open to form a pocket for the ever important graduation reward.

Congratulatons, girls! Love you and am so proud of the beautiful young women you have become.

Challenges:

Addicted to Stamps and More: “Challenge #429 – Any Occasion”

Crafting Happiness Challenges: “#123 May: Always Anything Goes”

Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge: “May 2022: Use Patterned Paper”

Love To Craft Challenge Blog: “LTCCB #68 Anything Goes”

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog: “Layer It Up”

Happy Crafting!
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Stamps: Unity Stamp Company “Graduation Wishes”

Papers: PTI Select White and True Black; We R Memoroy Keepers “Indian Summer” Designer Paper; Basic Grey “Little Black Dress” Designer Paper

Inks: Printer; Copics:


Accessories: Ric Rak Ribbon; Basic Grey “Metal Flowers”

6 Responses to “Graduation”

  1. Your granddaughters are adorable. Not only wer they so cute when they were little, they grew up into beautiful young women and seem to be absolutely lovely.

    Congratulations to all of you.

  2. Oh wow it seems like just yesterday you were introducing your new grandbabies to us and now they are all grown up, time goes by way too fast. They are such beautiful women and a big Congrats to them both. Your cards for them are fantastic, such pretty coloring and papers to go with them!

  3. The cards are gorgeous and the girls are too! I can’t believe how grown up they are! Congratulations to them both!

  4. Congratulations to your grand-daughters!!! They’re both beautiful. I cannot believe they are graduating already. Wow! Time flies. The cards are fabulous as always too.

  5. I remember the photos you posted of them as young girls and thinking how adorable they were back then! They’ve grown into beautiful young women and I know they’ll be successful wherever life leads them! Where have all those years gone? Time flies! Congrats to them both and I love the sentiment you put into their great graduation cards! I can see your smile from here 🙂

  6. Such a gorgeous card! The colors are so breath taking. Thank you for joining CraftyHazelnut’s Patterned Paper challenge. Congratuations to the graduates!

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