Monday, June 4, 2012

Whoot and holler

     The challenge this week at The Kraft Journal is "Graduation Celebration".  I won this cool Bugaboo Stamp a few weeks back and it's just perfect for the theme.  I started my card with a base of Light Kraft Cover Weight cardstock.  then I added a mat of black and a mat of Kraft and Black cardstock pad.  This is a new 6 x 6 paper pad being carried in the Specialty Papers section at Kraft Outlet.  The papers are a really nice thickness and there are lots of patterns in the pad.
     Next I added a panel of black across the center of the card wrapped with Black Bakers Twine.  The image was colored with Copics and the sentiment is computer generated and printed out on more of the Light Kraft.
     This card went to my nephew in Arizona, the last of my sister-in-laws boys to graduate.  Bet most of you  know a graduate this year too.  We'd love to see your creations so come play along.
     Happy Monday!


Kraft Outlet Supplies


Light Kraft Cover Weight cardstock
Kraft and Black cardstock pad
Black Bakers Twine


Other Supplies


Paper:  Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamp:  Bugaboo Stamps "Graduation Owl"
Ink:  Copics
Miscellaneous:  Recollections brads, Glossy Accents

22 comments:

  1. I like this! That black and kraft paper might be coming to live with me soon...

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  2. Fabulous!! ... Just love owls

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  3. HI Tracy,
    Gorgeous card,great image and papers :) x

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  4. Such a cute card!!!The owl is so adorable and I love the kraft and black combo =))

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  5. Beautiful card!
    Love the owl:)
    They are some amazing birds. I rescued an owl at work some years ago and brougth it home. After a while he got better and I could set him free again. A lovely experience, and I'll never forget him:)
    Hugs, Heidi:)

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  6. How very adorable! That owl is so cute! And really love the kraft and black color combo. The new paper pad is awesome. Always love me some polka dots!

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  7. So cute and such a wise choice for a graduation card :)

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  8. That owl is over-the-top ADORABLE!

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  9. Great graduate card! Perfect for a boy (or girl) Love it!

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  10. Fabolous card Tracy!!
    Hugs Heidy

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  11. Wonderful card, Tracy! A great one for mailing too. Love the owl! :o)

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  12. Hi Tracy! This is the perfect graduation card! I'll bet your nephew loved it! Hugs. Pat Frank

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  13. I'm in denial. I'll have one next year. He just celebrated his 17th birthday and when he got home I had the entire house decorated with first birthday EVERYTHING!! Hahaha, is that wrong? Next year he'll be celebrating his terrible twos. ;)

    Excellent graduation card H.
    hugs,
    Mom in denial aka T.

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  14. This is so cute, Tracy! Great design and coloring of the fun little owl! Terrific grad card!

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  15. Congratulations indeed Tracy for making such a wonderful card again! What a fabulous owl this is, wish I could graduate again, lol! Hugs, Ira

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  16. A perfect graduation card Tracy! Gorgeous! hugs, Marlies

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  17. How cute it this.. What a perfect grad card...

    Hugs~

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  18. Super card Tracy! Love the colours you used and the owl is so cute.
    Luv, Babs xo

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  19. Tracy
    I have to tell you I like this card and I really "want" ;) some of that Kraft Journal paper you used! Love it! I also watched your video on the "magic card" and loved it! I really hope to try that someday and I just loved those cards you made! Just beautiful. Take care and thanks so much for sharing! Hugs

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  20. This is a lovely card Tracy.

    Great colours, really compliment each other x

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz.blogspot.co.uk

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  21. Such a perfect graduation card! I love this cute image and the kraft tones are a really nice touch :)

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