A year ago, nearly to the day, Boo was getting ready for college commencement. The "big march" is one of the most exciting parts of graduation – and of course, the party afterwards!
From the end of April through the middle of May, many schools will be celebrating their graduates. Perhaps you know a family member or friend that will be celebrating a graduation.
There's no better way to commend a graduate for their tenacity and hard work than with a hand stamped card! If you tuck a few bucks inside, it's even better, right? ((wink))
Today's quick tip video will teach you how to make a tassel – perfect for graduation cards – or any card. Tassels are really popular right now. I've included cutting I've also included a picture tutorial on how to make the graduation cap that's featured on this card. Be sure to scroll down so you don't miss it.
Graduation Card Cutting Dimensions
- Pacific Point cardstock base is cut 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
- Pacific Point cardstock strip is cut 3/4" x 5"
- Whisper White cardstock layer is cut 4" x 5 1/4"
- Whisper White cardstock strip is cut 1 1/4" x 5"
- Basic Black cardstock scrap is needed to make the cap. Cut a perfect square based upon what size cap you would like.
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