June is one of the biggest months for graduations. But, it's the one occasion that I do not own a single stamp set for. I don't make nearly enough graduation cards to warrant owning a stamp set. And, that is prime real estate that could be well used for the bazillion flower stamps that I do use! I also have found that many a graduation stamp sets are year specific - 2016, 2015, 2014, etc., which can be very limiting. I would much rather make use of all my other stamp sets that include sayings such as, "Congratulations, Woohoo or Way-to-Go" type sentiments.
Lord knows we all have plenty of those stamps.
With a simple "bravo" and the large number framelit dies in gold glimmer paper, PLUS a sequin filled shaker star, this card screams "Congrats, Lydia!"
But, no, not just a card will do for this graduate (who will be attending Tufts this fall).
She needs a matching gold glimmer purse - filled with cash of course.
See, you don't need to have graduation stamps to make graduation projects.
It just takes a little creative ingenuity and sparkle.
Sparkle is like butter, it makes everything better.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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