Monday, April 23, 2012

Pomp & Circumstance

It's that time of year!  Graduations galore!

If you're looking for the perfect way to make the grads in your life feel special, I have just the project for you.  Come to my "Pomp & Circumstance" Stamp Camp and make three 3D gifts and two lovely graduation cards.  When you RSVP just leave the school colors you'd like to use to celebrate your grad.  I'll customize your kits just for you.

Here's a fun gift card holder that will be on the project list....




The purple and gold and the paw prints are for my favorite JMU Dukes.  I just happen to have a very special someone graduating from there in 2 short weeks!

So here are the details....

"Pomp & Circumstance" Stamp Camp
Wednesday, May 2nd
7-9 p.m. at my house

It's Graduation season and we're going to be making three 3D items and two grad cards. Please note the school colors you'd like to use when making your projects. The cost is $20 and all supplies are included. Please RSVP no late than Monday, April 30th. 


3 comments:

  1. I'm so glad I stumbled upon your blog, for many reasons! I, too, have two children with Autism. They are triplets, and originally all three were diagnosed in the spectrum. They will be fifteen next month, and are in their freshman year of high school. So much goes through your mind during this phase in your children's lives, no matter what challenges they have. When I read your post today, I completely understood everything you were feeling. Thanks for pouring your heart out to your readers. You totally touched my heart. I love paper crafting as well, and Stampin Up! Your projects are wonderful! Do you ever mail kits? Or tutorials? I love the grad cap! Thanks, Marlene B.

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  2. Hi! I found your blog through the stampin connection and I am now following you :)

    Ashley
    www.stampingwithashley.blogspot.com

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  3. Can you tell me, what is the name of the folding technique that you used to create this card? It looks like a square piece that you started with - what size is the square? This is such a cute idea for a graduation card, I would like to try my hand at it. Thanks for any info you can pass on.

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