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Happy Graduation 2012

Hello.  I thought I'd post another card since Eva's probably busy working like a madwoman getting all her end of year gifts made.  I thought I was supposed to be taking a break from making stuff, but I figure one or two cards a month is reasonable, especially when there's so many occasions that could use a card!

Anyhow, here's Amelia from the Little Dreamer Greeting Farm set.
Sort of went with the same idea of my previous Oliver card.  Mostly monochromatic and butterflies in place of stars.  Used a Tim Holtz die cut butterfly, PTI Love Lives Here die cut butterfly, tiny Martha Stewart punch butterfly, and the little butterflies from a Spellbinders circle butterfly die.  Cut the 2012 from Kerri Bradford's twenty-twelve set.  I originally bought those files thinking I was going to use them for Project Life, but that has fallen by the wayside.  Mounted it on an angled label from PTI.  Cut the mats using my Perfect Layers rulers.  Added stickles to the butterflies.

Have a great day!  Bye!

Comments

This is cute Cheryl - love all the pinks going on....
eva said…
this is super cute!! the mats look great too! yes, i'm totally crazy. almost done with everything but still a few more pinwheels to go. i have learned my lesson to start earlier but i know by next year i will forget. hehe.
Leanne said…
Aw, super cute Cheryl! Love the monochromatic colors and the cute subject. Fabulous!
;)
Arabella said…
This is so sweet Cheryl! I love the pinks and the butterflies and the 2012 down the bottom looks fab!

Arabella
Cheryl this is so sweet. Love the mats and those butterflies are just so sweet :)
RiNNE said…
So sweet! Digging all the pink!
Lorraine said…
EEK - so cute, Cheryl! (er, don't ask - I haven't inked this image up yet either, ack) I love your coloring, the colors and the die cut details!

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