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Meljen’s Designs–Graduation Mouse

With the school year winding down, there are sure to be a lot of graduations right around the corner. To help you get prepared, this week on the Meljen’s Designs blog we are challenging you to make a Graduation themed card or project.

Of course Melissa has designed some new digital images that work perfectly with our challenge theme. Here is a peek at the images being released today in the Whimsy Stamps store.

Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Graduation Mouse from Meljen’s Designs on Whimsy Stamps
  • Inks: Distress Inks Antique Linen
  • Papers: Papertrey kraft CS, Bazzill Basics blue CS, Neenah Solar Crest white CS, Cosmo Cricket the Boyfriend mini deck DP
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: Tim Holtz paper clip, Papertrey baker’s twine, misc. buttons & brads

Challenges:

Comments

Audrey Pettit said…
My gosh, Cheryl, this is fabulous! I absolutely adore the school themed papers and design here. The pencil paper makes me smile, and the paper clip and binder paper edging are beyond perfect. Super adorable image and fantastic coloring, too.
Kathy and Lucky said…
This is such a fantastic card and of course the image is adorable! The paper and the stitching just awesome as always. :)
Jemima's Jems said…
fabulous card, cute image and fabby papers:)

Thank you for joining us at MMCS

JJ
xx
xiumaiyuki said…
This is terrific!!! what a happy card it is and it's perfect for graduation. That mouse just makes me smile.
Saskia said…
Great to see your work at Crafty Creations Challenge! Thanks for joining us and good luck!

Greetings, Saskia
(guest designer)
karen said…
Brilliant card! I love the image and fab papers and the border punch is super! Thanks for joining us at HCTB,hope to see you again, Karen
Dana said…
What an amazing layout Cheryl!! I love every single inch of it! Thanks so much for joining us this month at One Crazy Stamper : )
Hugs~
Dana
Tammy said…
This is sooo cute Cheryl! Fantastic papers, layout and I love the notebook border!!
Marlene said…
This little graduation mouse is just adorable! Perfect timing, too...so many graduates...heehee! (Including my daughter! YAY!)
Karen B. said…
Your cards always make me smile! Too cute!
Riet said…
So gorgeous card Cheryl,I love the image and your papers.

Hugs Riet.xx
Joanne Gilch said…
Vunderbar!!! Love the pencil paper and the card looks so clean and fresh!
O and I now see the paper airplane and it's flight path...very cute.
Faye said…
This is lovely, the colours are lovely too. Thanks for playing at MMCS. x
Sheena said…
Wow, I love the colours you've used. Thanks for joining us at Pollycraft this week, Sheena xx
Jen Leeflang said…
I love that little mouse! Thanks for joining us on Digistamps 4 Joys "It's a Celebration" Challenge.
luv n huggz
Jen
DS4J DT Co-ordinator
Courtney said…
This is adorable Cheryl!! Thanks for playing along with our "Anything Goes" Challenge this week at Penny's. Good Luck!!

Courtney~
Those are some fun digi images that were released. Your card is really cute and fun. Just perfect for a young graduate.
* Üla * said…
This is a very cool and beautiful card, Cheryl. Thans for playing along this week with Papertake Weekly Challenge.
Ula x
Claire Phillips said…
Thanks for playing along at Crafty Creations in our anything goes challenge! It's lovely to see your fab crafty creation..... Cheers Claire x
Karin said…
Great card for a grad! So cute and your coloring is fab like usual!
Pat (mspfd) said…
This is such a fun and happy card for graduation.
Your design, papers and colors are perfect with your sweet mouse image. Well done!
~Michelle~ said…
great paper choicegreat guy card! Thanks for playing the OCS challenge! :)!
Madge H. said…
What an adorable card. Perfect for a guy graduate. Thanks for joining us at One Crazy Stamper this month.
Sue said…
Cheryl, an absolutely adorable card. Thanks for joining us at One Crazy Stamper this month.

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