More graduation cards! :)
These fun and easy cards were made very similarly to the cards in my last post, with a few differences.
I purchased an SVG cut file from an Etsy shop called Digital Trove (link below). With the Brother Canvas Workspace, I converted the SVG file to FCM format so it worked with my Brother Scan N' Cut. Using a flashdrive, I put the design on the machine and adjusted it to fit onto an A2 sized card.
For the patterned paper, I used the Simon Says Stamp Ornate background stamp with Versamark ink and heat embossed some gold tinsel embossing powder by Ranger on the cardstock.
Once I cut the design, I used contact paper to keep on the pieces in place. I cut another A2 sized piece of cardstock in the same colors to layer underneath. I then used Fabri-Tac glue, as it that it doesn't warp the paper, to attach the two pieces together. Finally, I removed the cut out, leaving the negative image behind.
I then used Lawn Fawn's stitched rectangle stackables for the stitched edge.
Once the front panel was complete, I attached it to a 110 lb. cardbase with my ATG gun.
For this last card, I used the positive image left behind from the other card and layered it onto a black stitched panel.
Inside, each card is stamped with the sentiment "Congratulations, You Did It!"
Thanks for stopping by! :)