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Great page ideas for Grad's today...

It is getting to that time of year for us to celebrate the 
accomplishments of our kids and watch them go through 
that wonderful timed honored tradition of their Graduation Ceremonies.
And it doesn't matter what age they are because these days we
have our kids graduating as early as preschool and going all the
way up to College.  And no matter what age they are we still we 
are the proudest parents sitting in the audience on the planet.  

So be sure and get lots of photos to remember that special day
 and today we have a few ideas for you for pages to scrap
that very special day in their lives. 

"Preschool Grad" by Julie Walton

supplies: basic glitter dot BGP 206, Glitter cardstock GCS 033,
graduation papers, GB391, CP153, and Pink Paislee letters

"Congrats Grad" by Debbie Sherman
supplies: grad papers GP386, 391, 396, 394, stickers ESG002,
and chipboard EC002, flowers and pop dots.

"Oh the Places You'll Go" by Karen Thind"

supplies:  GP153, 396, 985, gold and black glitter cardstock
AC Thickers letters and Jolee's Graduation tassel.
Karen handcut tiny stars and layered them across the page
to make it more glitzy and special...

"Together We Can" by Liz Chidester
Kim said she created this page for when her daughter
won 1st place for an art project contest called "Together we Can"
She layered lots of the Graduation papers and fussy cut a few
of the images from the papers and layered them with Best Creation
foam tape to add dimension. She added the banner in the corner
to fill the space and give it character.

supplies needed: GP 385, 396, 386, 391, 395, GCS014
basic glitter dot #206 and ESG002 stickers.

"Grad Party" Layout by Kim Holmes
supplies:  GP385, GP390, black glitter cardstock, letters

Kindergarten Graduation by Sarah Mullanix
Masters by Julie Walton

Be sure and check back on Wednesday for more great
Grad ideas for cards and some really gorgeous decorations!

Have a great day!!


  1. Totally fabulous creations ladies!!

  2. Great line of paper for those special moments!!! Love all the layouts :)


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