Bravo Graduate

My very best friend from Grade School and High School lives in Chicago.  A bit of a ways from Ohio, so we don’t see each other often.  A wedding here or there and class reunions are about the extent.  Whenever we are together though it is like we have never been apart.  We talk and talk.  I was excited to receive an invitation to her son’s High School graduation but sad to realize that I wouldn’t be able to make it.  We have another commitment that same day in Indianapolis.  That does not prevent me from making a Graduation Card for Davis.  Stampin Up Bravo Averys Owlery

This card is actually one piece of white paper, scored and folded to form the cap on the left. I looked up the high school colors – Black and Gold – to tailor make the card.  It is the perfect size to tuck in a gift card inside.  The Bravo from the Bravo stamp set is embossed in Gold.  The chevron is from Work Of Art stamp set, stamped in Basic Black.  I used the Gold Bakers twine to make the tassel and attached it with glue dots.  Stampin Up Bravo Averys Owlery

I found the design for this card in the CardMakers Magazine I recently started subscribing to. Great projects that can be made with any brand of product you might have.

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.


  1. Maybe I am just tired (or dense) but I cant see how you made the cap from that one piece of white paper. Can you explain a bit more in detail? Sure would like it if you did videos.

  2. I can’t figure out how you made this card. Can you send some directions my way?

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