Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Dream Big


Time to move into serious graduation card making!  I love the in laid dies and the grey/white combination in the MUSE inspiration this week.  I am also inspired by this gorgeous card from Maureen. The 2015 was cut out with my Cricut in both white and grey and finished off with a Verve sentiment and a pop of orange as a nod to our school colors of orange and black.  I'll be back tomorrow with another graduation card!

20 comments:

  1. Fabulous grad card Lynn, love how you accented it with the orange for school colours!

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  2. Oh, do I ever love that card, Lynn! Fantastic design for a grad card! Well done!

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  3. Great design Lynn and love the pop of orange x

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  4. This is a great graduation card, Lynn. I love the stripes and pops of orange.

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  5. So sweet Lynn. Love how you've taken Marion's design and put your own twist to it. Great graduation card. The orange dots are the perfect accent, too. Love it! Bev

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  6. oh, I love your take on it! It's my favourite and easy enough to change the year, school colours, and school name! Is this for the grad in the house? ox

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  7. Lynn, this is one of my favorite graduation cards EVER! LOVE it!

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  8. I just love the clean linear design of this card, Lynn! I also love that it would work for either guys or gals! Pinning! Hugs, Darnell

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  9. Such a classy design Lynn, love those big numbers :)

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  10. And I am inspired by your design. I need a bunch of graduation cards this year!

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  11. Love how you've translated this into a grad card, Lynn! Those pops of orange are really fun as well as being meaningful! So glad you joined us at Muse this week!

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  12. Love your case of Moe's card :)

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  13. Cool, crisp and fabulous, Lynn ... love that tiny pop of orange against the grey and white! Anita :)

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  14. what a beautiful interpretation of Marion's card. Crisp and clean

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  15. Love your card! Great interpretation of the muse.

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