Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Graduation from Columbia University

My friend's grandson-in-law received his phD from Columbia this week. His contribution to the world had something to do with salt. So, I used their colors (blue and white) and Dazzling Diamonds Glitter paper, Whisper White and Marina Mist to make his card. The stamps I used are from March 2016 Paper Pumpkin. The dots are from the Brights Enamel Dots. I am entering this in two challenges. SUO Challenge #161 - Celebrations of All Kinds! and the Try Stamping on Tuesday #296. TSOT or Not! #296. Here's their sketch...

  
and here's my version...

and for the inside...


I found this on Pinterest and changed it just a wee bit. Thanks for looking!





10 comments:

  1. Karen, this is a nice graduation card. I like the color because I think it would work for both a male or female grad. Thanks for joining us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday this week! Crystal

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    1. Thank you so much...I agree...both sexes!

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  2. Nice clean & simple take on this week's TSOT challenge #294, Karen. I like the way you curved the blue mat,,, makes your card really stand out!

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    1. Clean and simple is not usually easy for me...thank you!

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  3. Karen, what a perfect graduation card! Thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges :-)

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  4. Great card and so perfect for our challenge. So glad you joined the fun at SUO. Love the verse inside too!

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  5. Great CAS design and I love that message inside! Thanks for playing along with the Celebrations theme this time on SUO Challenges!

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  6. This card layout is fantastic. The poem inside makes the card extra special. Thanks for playing along with the SUO Challenge.

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  7. What a great graduation card!! Thanks for playing along in our SUO challenge!!

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  8. Karen, this is a great graduation card! I'm sure it was much appreciated! Thanks for sharing with us at TSOT.
    Sara H.

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