My little cousin Kacey is graduating high school in just 10 days.
Y’all have no IDEA how old this makes me feel.
My Aunt Laurie is my Mom’s youngest sister and is 15 years younger than my Mom. So Laurie’s kids came along WAY after me and my other cousins.
It’s been really fun to watch the girls grow up (Kacey and her sister)
The great thing about both Kacey and Kelsy is they have been excellent role models for my kiddo. That has been a huge blessing to me.
I absolutely love how this graduation card turned out. It’s perfect for Kacey because she loves cars.
She has a really cool Mustang and she adds all kinds of cool stuff to it.
While this isn’t a traditional graduation card I felt like it fit Kacey perfectly.
I am going to throw $100 in this card along with a little gift of some sort. She’s gotten straight A’s all the way through school and she deserves some serious recognition for all her hard work.
TIPS & INSTRUCTIONS:
+ Classic Garage Designer Series Paper pieces: One cut at 4″ x 5-1/4″, one cut at 3-3/4″ x 5″ and one cut at 3-1/4″ x 3-1/4″
+ Foil paper cut at 1″ x 4-3/4″
+ Hand cut out the car image from the designer series paper
+ Whisper White thick card stock cut out with the Stitched Shapes dies
Supplies used to create this card are listed below the video. Click on any of the images to purchase them in my online store.
Debra Walker says
Cute, cute card!
What a great idea for a graduation card – both male and female can appreciate this card!!! Nice job and congrats and good luck to your cuz, Kacey!!!!
Connie Cox says
Wendy, I think your idea of supporting causes…may I suggest a Veterans Organization? I appreciate that the overhead of these organizations is very low compared to the more popular organizations.
BTW, this card is very cute. Congratulations to your nieces!
I commented earlier just when I saw the card! I love it! Now after watching the video, I love that you are asking for other organizations to donate to when doing one of your classes! I applauded your want and need to help others!