Friday, May 15, 2020

Cut It Up #200 Shoot for the Stars - Congratulations with stars

For the challenge at Cut It Up this week, it's Shoot for the Stars/Congratulations projects with stars. I made a graduation card for someone who will graduate from high school June 5th. But do to the Coronavirus, his graduation was put on hold until further notice. So now we wait ...

I used this awesome sentiment digital image by DRS Designs. I stamped the stars using Versamark ink onto this rectangle die cardstock by Gina Marie Designs. I applied WOW embossing powder to the stars. The graduation boy and girl die cuts are by Impression Obsession. They are my "go to" for graduation cards every single year. They are great!! 

I can't wait to see what you create this week at Cut It Up. Please don't forget to use a die cut on your project. 

Stars by Stampabilities
Sentiment by DRS Designs
Graduation boy/girl die cuts by Impression Obsession
Overall die cut by Gina Marie Designs
(Big & Little Pierced Chain Rectangle)
Embossing powder by WOW


Vicki said...

Fantastic card, Sherri! I like how the die cut are figures jumping up toward the stars. The framed border design is awesome!

Rachelle Oltean said...

Hey Sherri! This a such a fun graduation card! I love the magenta stars and the pierced pattern on the background die. Which die is that - let me know on FB! : )
Take care - Rachelle : )

meg said...

brilliant graduation card love the die cuts and sentiment

ScrappyHorses said...

Great card perfect for the graduate! These silhouettes are so fun and the stars make for a festive celebration!

CA Scrapper said...

That is a fantastic graduation card! Love all the stars. Have a great weekend.


Dawn Phillips said...

Lovely Sherri. It's going to be really odd for my son. He graduates from university this year. Love Dawn x

Claudia's kaartjes said...

Dit is echt een kunstwerkje. Zo mooi!!!!!!
This is awesome.

Claudia's kaartjes said...

Dit is echt een kunstwerkje. Zo mooi!!!!!!
This is awesome.

Treva said...

What a fun card, great design I like what you did with the stars!