Sunday, July 2, 2017

The Paper Players Class of 2017


Hi everyone!

Here's the challenge from Joanne over at The Paper Players:


I only had one graduation this year, so I didn't need to make as many cards as I usually do each spring. This one went together quickly too!


I used some paper from Doodlebugs, " Let the Journey Begin."  The pack is all in shiny silver, white and black. I didn't add a sentiment, as there was already one on the paper!

The stitched rectangles are from Cheery Lynn, and the grad hat....well..... I don't know where I got that. It was in my container of die cuts. I think I may have gotten it from a friend. I added one red enamel dot.


Be sure to check out the rest of the design team here:

The Paper Players Design Team


I hope you will join us!


Paper: SU, Doodlebug
Dies: Cheery Lynn pierced rectangles
Other: enamel dot






14 comments:

  1. Super graduation card Laurie..really striking...and it days it all!

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  2. This is a beautiful graduation card design.

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  3. Pretty card! I'm partial to red and black, too. 👍😊

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  4. Super card, Laurie, great design. I love the combination of red, white and black, the colours always look so striking together. xx

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  5. Love that starry background paper.......wonderful colors. Great graduation card, Laurie.

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  6. What an awesome card..I love it when the paper does all the work! This is fabulous!

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  7. One of the best grad cards I've seen for either gender! You are so good!

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  8. Love that paper Laurie - along with the red frame it really makes your card! I must confess I thought you'd patiently stamped that fabulous repeat pattern - love it when the paper does all the work! A perfect graduation card for my challenge this week.

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  9. Laurie, these papers are fabulous! I love the red and black color combo and the mix of patterns! Hope you are enjoying the holiday week! XX

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  10. Silver, black, white and a pop of red - that's a hard combination to beat! It looks very stylish and I like the way the words and pattern work together.

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  11. Hi Laurie! This is my absolute fave color combination and the papers really make it pop! Great grad card!

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  12. Awesome card, Laurie! I love when the paper does some of the work for you, and you always have the perfect die cut :)

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  13. Beautiful! Very elegant and classy!

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