You Did It Graduation Card

Project by Lynn


1)    Green flocked dot card blank with window and matching envelope (Heidi Grace)

2)    Graduation rubber stamp (3) set

     (All Night Media)

3)    Flower Additions (brads) orchard flowers light and dark (Heidi Grace)

4)    Missy Adhesive green ribbon (5/8” width) with stitching (DCWV)

5)    2-1/2”x 4”Adhesive Paper Print sheet (DCWV)

6)    4”x 1-1/4” scrap turquoise cardstock

7)    4-1/4”x 1-1/2” scrap two-sided lime green cardstock

8)    Flocked green dot stickers (Heidi Grace)

9)    Paper glue or double stick tape

10) Green tea ink pad (Versa Magic)

11) Jumbo Java ink pad (Versa Magic)

12) Iridescent crystal embossing powder (optional)



1)     1/8” round hole punch

2)     Paper trimmer

3)     Pencil and eraser

4)     Heat tool for embossing (optional)



1)     Use the pencil to mark where the ‘You Did I’ design should be stamped in the card window.

2)     Open the card and using the green ink stamp the word in the marked area and emboss if desired. (Erase pencil lines.)

3)     Stamp the ‘Congrats’ with brown ink onto the turquoise scrap paper.

4)     Glue or tape the turquoise paper to the two-sided green paper. 

5)     Punch two holes in the left hand corners of the  “congrats” rectangle.

6)     Attach the flower brads through the punched holes and place a flocked dot sticker onto each flower center.

7)     Cut a 4’ length of ribbon and adhere it to the printed paper.

8)     Attach the flowered “Congrats” rectangle to the card blank with tape or glue, being careful not to put any adhesive where it will show through the card window.


© 2007 Ben Franklin Crafts, Inc.


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