Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Congrats Graduate!

We asked our creative Crew Team Designers to create a graduate card using Raisin Boat stamp sets. Here's what they came up with...each one uniquely original and fun to share!

Linda took the challenge and ran with it (or should I say "drove" with it) using the car from "Off to Party." She added Pearl Pen in yellow to fill in the lights and back window. The license plate reads, "Go 4 It!" which is perfect for the graduate!

Other sets and products used include "Opportunity Knocks" and our fabulous BoatHouse Collection(TM) Cardstock and coordinating ribbon.

For a complete list of products used, go to our Idea Gallery at www.RaisinBoat.com. 


Katherine Schmitt used "Night Owl" and "Opportunity Knocks" for this next card. The rocket is dimensionalized using our Sticky Thumb Dimensional cushions. The set Opportunity Knocks includes a lot of great phrases and images for the graduate. It's a nice staple to have each year.  

For a complete list of products used, go to our Idea Gallery at www.RaisinBoat.com. 

Kendra Sand went bold and very graphic using some die cuts and the set, "Talking In Circles." With a little ribbon and some Sticky Thumb Dimensionals, Kendra pulled off a big statement with this card!

For a complete list of products used, go to our Idea Gallery at www.RaisinBoat.com. 

Lastly, Allison McCutcheon inspired us with her idea of the grad cap and note inside. Allison is a preschool teacher and graduation is a big deal at her school! She likes to quote the Dr. Seuss book, "The Places You'll Go." for her graduate cards. 

We used  Raisin Boat set, "High Five Grad" to make this card that could be given to any age graduate. 

For a complete list of products used, go to our Idea Gallery at www.RaisinBoat.com. 

Lift the graduate cap, and here's what the graduate will find:

For a complete list of products used, go to our Idea Gallery at www.RaisinBoat.com. 

To make the graduate cap, cut a 2" inch square for the cap itself. The note that is adhered underneath is made from a 3" square. Simply fold the opposite corners together and then fold in half to make the fold lines. Attach to the back side of the grad hat. It's very easy and fun to share! 

Now is the time to get your graduate cards made. The party invitations have already made it to our house! I need a few purple and black ones for our local high school colors. The great thing about stamping is that you can make any of these cards in any color combinations to fit the graduate. 

For a complete list of products used, visit our Idea Gallery at www.RaisinBoat.com. Enjoy! Smiles, Bobbi 


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