Quick & Easy Graduation Sampler

This spring, many of you will be celebrating a graduation in your household.  Whether it’s a graduation from kindergarten to college, it’s an important rite of passage that deserves to be recognized.  Honor the grad in your house with this simple but stunning sampler.

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Graduation Scrapbooking Borders

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Those with graduates this spring know how frenzied and full (and emotional) these last weeks leading up to graduation can be! Let your documenting of the event be the easy part. Simply grab the new Cap & Gown Collection, cardstock in your grad’s school colors and a few tools, and follow along to make some simple striking borders for your upcoming pages. Oh! And congratulations to your grad…and to you!

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Scrapbook Borders – Three Ways

Borders are a staple in scrapbooking. Whether working on the most elaborate or the most simple spread, creating a border has long time been a go-to for scrapbookers. There are so many different materials you can use for borders from cardstock to designer paper, stickers to embellishments. The Border Maker System is a must-have tool if you enjoy making borders – it is so user friendly and the options are endless with the catalogue of cartridges available. Today, I want to share with you three different borders made with three different product collections.

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Project Idea: Winter Graduation Page Layouts

Generally, graduations occur in May or June. However, there are folks who make their final treks across campus to wrap up their finals in the dead of winter, too, and thus we thought it fitting to share some graduation page layout ideas with you today in case you’ve got a special grad who just received their diploma!

These pages began as simple, lovely predesigned pages in grey and white. However, designer Melissa added punches of color and completely changed the designs of the pages by adding some bright colored papers and thinking outside the box (photo boxes)! Enjoy. Click to read full post