Create The Perfect Graduation Fun Fold Cards For Your Graduates

graduation fun fold cards

Graduation days are just around the corner, and I have the perfect graduation fun fold cards for you to create for the grads in your life. These cards are simply elegant and easy to make with the Nature’s Sweetness Specialty Designer Series Paper.  That’s right who would have thought to use that paper pack on graduation cards?  I love that gold foil script on this paper, and I thought it was so fitting with my Cap & Gown stamp set.

fun fold cards for graduation

I’m not sure what this fun fold card technique is called so I’ll just call it the cut away.  What you do is simply cut out the middle section on your card front however wide you want to make it.  Then you use that cut out section on the vertical panel to attach the top of your card to the bottom of your card.  It’s quite simple to make and just a different way of designing your cards.  I chose this layout because I thought it would be perfect for my graduation gown and the graduation hat.  Plus, I really think the grads enjoy seeing some different graduation fun fold cards; it makes them unique and special.

Do you see my grad has his honors ropes?  This is the faux leather trim; I just cut strips and glued them down the front of his rope.  This trim has a gold fleck to it, so it went perfectly with the paper.

graduation fun fold cards

To finish off the card I chose the Blooming Pearls large and small gold pearls to accent his cap and the sentiment piece.  The sentiment is part of the Cap & Gown stamp set and I die cut it out using the Nested Essentials dies.

I did use the Very Vanilla Thick cardstock for my card base, which is sold out, but you can still get the thinner Very Vanilla cardstock and that will be in the new annual catalog only the thick will no longer be available.

The accent pieces under the Nature’s Sweetness Specialty Paper is the Pebbled Path cardstock as is the ink I used to stamp the sentiment.

Grab These Supplies Today So You Are Ready To Create Your Own Graduation Fun Fold Cards:

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Customer Appreciation For April 2024

customer appreciation free pdf file for april 2024

My April 2024 Customer appreciation features 3 different bundles. I am featuring the Enduring Beauty Bundle, Latte Love Bundle and the Magnolia Mood Bundle.   With this month’s PDF file, you will be able to create these 10 simply beautiful cards.  The Magnolia Mood Bundle and the Latte Love Bundle are online exclusive bundles; meaning you will not see them in any of the Stampin’ Up! publications you can only find them online in my store.  The Enduring Beauty bundle is from the soon to be retired mini catalog.  The bundle has carried over into the new Annual Catalog, but it will no longer be bundled, so save 10% and get it now while it is bundled.

With a min. $25.00 purchases in April and the use of my current host code:  AWXXVT49; I will send you the PDF file to download and print if you wish.

Grab your retiring items on your wish list or stock up on cardstock, envelopes, and some of the adhesives that you are running low on because in May the prices are going up!  That’s right some of the prices in the new Annual Catalog are going up in price.

new annual catalog price increase

Retired Annual Catalog See List HERE

Retired Mini Catalog See List HERE

Sale prices on the retired list do NOT go into effect until April 9 – 30,  2024.

Would you like to see More Graduation Fun Fold Cards?  Let me know.

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