Monday, May 25, 2015

Con "Grad"ulations

I need a couple of graduation cards this week so this is one of the more simple ones I made.  It is a one layer, CAS card that only took me five minutes to make.  My kind of card.  LOL
Both the image and sentiment are from Memory Box and I've had them for several years.  I just embossed one half of the face of the card with some hearts and that was it.  The person that is receiving this one is a no frills type of person, so I thought this would work great for her.  Thanks for taking a peek here today.  Hopefully I'll get my second card made this afternoon and if so I'll be back.
Enjoy your afternoon.

10 comments:

  1. Donna, this is cute, cute, CUTE! Love all that white space and having just part of the card embossed. Precious image too! It'll be a wonderful card for the graduate.
    Lynn

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  2. Those tiny embossed hearts win me over every time! This is so cute with that precious image, and sure to bring smiles to the graduate! I hope you're enjoying a nice weekend!

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  3. It's absolutely adorable, and it would have taken me at least an hour to just find the elements! Love the texture of the embossing and that darling little graduate. As Carol said above, it is just precious as can be. Love it! TFS & Hugs

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  4. So super cute, Donna! I really like the way you embossed just part of it! :o)

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  5. A fabulous Graduation card Donna, such a brilliant CAS design.
    Pauline
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  6. I think this is a fabulous no frills grad card Donna! I love that cute grad image and the embossed really dresses this CAS card up perfectly!! Hugs, Brenda

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  7. Cute quick grad card! Darling image. Hugz

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  8. Donna, this is such a great Grad card! I love the simp,e design! We all need some quick cards at times!

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  9. Simply wonderful Grad card, Donna. Love the image and the dotted embossing on one side, clever girl!

    Hugs
    Sue

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  10. Oh, Donna, this is just delightful ! I love "git 'er done" cards -- learned them from you and Lynn. :-D

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