I needed another graduation card for the daughter of a friend of ours, this time around I decided to try a card I haven’t done in years…the crisscross card. In the past I made horizontal crisscross cards, but this time I wanted to try a vertical card. After searching the net, I grabbed some scrap paper and gave it a try making a 5” x 7” card.
The flower on the front is made from three different daisy punches, the 2” and 5/8” are from Recollections and the 1” punch is from The Paper Studio. The leaves are from an EK Success punch and colored with a green Copic marker. I also drug out my much unused sizzlets for the year…only wish I could remember what font they are. 😦
The inside can be done in many different ways, however, since this is a graduation card, I needed a place to secure the gift. To do this I created a small pocket with a scrap of black cardstock and my Martha Stewart lace doily edge punch. The little pull at the top is made from the second to the smallest Nestabilities Label Four die.
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