Thursday, June 15, 2017

Celebrate At Dies R Us Challenge Blog

Can you figure out by the post title the next theme for the challenge
at the Dies R Us challenge blog?

Yes, you are correct, it is CELEBRATIONS.....
anyway you want, birthdays, anniversary's holidays,
well you get the picture...easy peasy!

I decided with the time of year it is, that a graduation card
was a great way to go.

I used a confetti embossing folder background
and used the Tutti Designs Owl Family.
I had some already made little grad caps
and placed on the owl heads and 'tossed' the other two in the air!

one in white and one in black and offset them.
By typing in either of these two words Grad or Graduation
(or use the links provided)
you can see all the graduation dies in store to choose from.

Now I have a card all ready to just add a little gift inside!

Make sure to visit the Dies R Us challenge blog to see all
the different takes and inspiration on the challenge from my teammates
and while there, why not join in with us for your chance to win a
gift certificate to the store!!


Lisa said...

This is so fabulous!! I love the grad hats on the owls!! So fun!! Beautiful card, my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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laurie said...

So creative! I love the hats on the festive!

Leslie Miller said...

Those owls are so cute! Love the two hats tossed into the air. The confetti embossing is perfect, too!

Maria said...

Love those owls with the fun caps! Great card!!

Sherri said...

Never would have thought of the owls for a graduation card but this is fantastic! The hats are the perfect size and I love that embossed background!

Donna Phelan said...

Oh this is a wicked smaht design! (lol) Love the owl die cuts and the grad caps! Perfect!

Migdalia said...

Love the fun caps!! Awesome card!!
Have a wonderful day,
Crafting With Creative M

Darnell said...

I think your timely graduation card is a hoot, Diane! Sorry, I HAD to say it!! Love the embossing and the scholarly owls all lined up to celebrate!! Have a great weekend! Hugs, Darnell