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A cute elephant graduation card

Hi Crafty Friends,

Alix here backing to the BRI Blog showing a cute card I made using today's Pretty Pink Posh new release products.

To begin with my card, I stamped the images from Elephant Friends Stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto  piece of Neenah solar white 80 lbs card stock paper, and die cut with Elephant Friends Coordinating Dies. I also stamped some accessory images from Congrats Grad Stamp set and die cut with Coordinating Dies. Once I gathered all elements I need for this card, I colored them using my copic markers and set aside for later use.

To prepare my background, I grabbed a piece of A2 sized watercolor paper and cut the center window piece with Decorative Dies 2. I layered Pretty Pink Posh Graduation Stencil over the outer frame and blended Tim holtz Distress oxide ink in Tumbled Glass and Salty Ocean to create my background pattern. Then I use the same color combo to ink blended the center piece lightly to match the whole scene. 

I arranged all colored images to the centerpiece and stamped the sentiment "You did it!) that comes from Congrats Grad Stamp set. I added 4 mm Sparkling Clear sequins and 6 mm Sparkling Clear sequins to embellish. At last, I attached the centerpiece using Foam tape to create the focus.

I hope you are inspired by my card. Don't forget to head to Butterfly Reflections Ink to grab some new goodies!


  1. I wish I was talented and patient like u. You can get more patterns about graduation pop up cards on the website. View more designs from them.


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