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Sunday, May 17, 2015

Grad Gap Card

I am having such fun creating 'gap' cards in Design Space!  Welding the font shadow into the gap makes it so easy to glue the letters down and makes the card much more stable than the usual way.   Lovin' it!

Here's my grad card for a friend's son.  (Go Papermakers!) 




In this one I used the font from Winter Woodland and moved the gap further up the card so I could add the caps and the year.




Here's the inside showing the welded font.



This is my son's birthday card - the one that started the current obsession!  The font is '
Art Deco.'





Here's a Mother's Day card that I made with 'Folk Art.'  I didn't use this one 'cos I couldn't make it match the vision in my head. KWIM?




I have one more birthday card to make using this technique and then, I'm going to try a vertical split! 

I'm linking my grad card with the Craftin' Desert Diva's Graduation Linky Party.  Pop over and look at all the fun cards!   Thanks for visiting with me today and here's the link to DS for the grad card.  : )  Christine.

https://us.cricut.com/design/#/canvas/27793210





6 comments:

  1. I absolutely adore these cards. They are wonderful. I cannot wait to get "addicted", too! Thanks for the DS help!

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  2. I love these cards, and thanks for the reminder to start doing them again. Your work is always so great.

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  3. LOVE these cards!! What wonderful creations they are!! Thanks so much for sharing the file!!

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  4. Too cute!!! Thanks for linking up to the Graduation Linky Party over at Craftin Desert Divas!

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  5. I can see why you are enjoying making these! They are just awesome! Something I've not done in a long time!
    Thanks SO much for also sharing with us at Craftin Desert Divas! Glad to come by today!

    Warmly, Leah

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  6. Thank you for the file. I want to learn to do this and create some with names in it..

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