Thursday, June 4, 2009

A Hand-stamped Graduation....

Kelsey graduated on Wednesday, May 27th from Pinnacle High School. We had an Open House Celebration on Saturday, May 30th. Then went to a local resort for a few days to relax.
As promised last week, I want to share the many items I made for Kelsey's graduation and open house celebration. Today I will show you the invitations and party favors that we made.

First, the enclosure invitation that was sent with the graduation announcements.



















I typed the wording on the computer and printed it onto Whisper White cardstock. The images are from a retired SU! set - Tassle Time & Sketch an Event.
Paper: Rose Red, Night of Navy, Whisper White
Ink: Night of Navy
Access: Red Stickles

Kelsey wanted the other invitation to have pink on it. So here is the invitation we sent out for the Open House. This one was sent to her friends and families that did not get the actual graduation announcement.



















I typed the wording on the computer and printed it onto Whisper White cardstock. It included a senior picture and a senior name card.
Stamps: Celebrate Everything, Polka Dot
Paper: Pink Pirouette, Night of Navy, Whisper White
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Night of Navy
Access: Navy Organdy Ribbon (retired SU!), Dimensionals, Paper Snips, Blue Stickles

We made these favors as a way to say thank you to each person that came to the Graduation Open House. These adorable matchboxes had chocolates inside and a message about the graduate.














here it is open:














Stamps: Retired SU!
Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy, Pink Pirouette
Ink: White Craft Ink, Night of Navy
Access: White Brads, 1/16" Hole Punch, Dimensionals, Paper Snips, Big Shot, Matchbox Die, Sticky Strip

I am so glad you stopped by today, please check back tomorrow as I will be posting the decorations I made for the party.
Live, Laugh, Love and Stamp!
~Barbara

2 comments:

Connie said...

Such fun graduation card, Barb! Love them all!

Melissa Sunde said...

super cute! Great job I bet they took a while to make! But I think they are always worth it!!!

Melissa Sunde
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