09 May 2017

CASology: Commencement

Hi there!

Time for a new card at CASology !


Commencement : Another word in the CASology dictionary that I don't use often, so just to refresh the vocabulary & kick start your creativity 👀

1.The beginning of something.
   "the commencement of the trial"
    synonyms: beginning, start, starting point, opening, outset, onset, launch, initiation, inception,           birth, dawn, origin.

    a ceremony in which degrees or diplomas are conferred on university or high-school students.
    "a commencement address"

I went for the graduation option:

A different angle to show off the dimension:

I used a cutting file from Apex Cuttables called Graduation-celebration

I kept the design really simple, just adding some stripes to ground the image and added a quote/ sentiment, designed in the Silhouette studio.

You are welcome to use the sentiment :

Looking for more inspiration ? 👇

 Guest designer : Skye

I hope to see you play along this week at CASology!

Hugs & thanks for looking!


Desire Fourie said...

A stunning graduation design Hannelie. Dis so elegant en vars. Dankie vir die sentiment ook.
Mooi bly
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Marjan said...

Een erg mooie en strakke kaart voor een graduation! Jouw eigen tekst maakt het helemaal af!

- Bellule - said...

Ce design est vraiment très élégant, tu es si inspirée c'est juste magnifique !! ♥

Bises ♥

Geri said...

SOOOOOOOOO DANG COOL! I am definitely CAS-ing this creation for the young male grads! Thanks for a FABULOUS sentiment too :)

Barb Ghig said...

Fabulous take on the cue card, Hannelie! Your graduates are perfect and I love the B&W striped border!

Lynn said...

I love that silhouette image! So fun!

Cheryl W. said...

Fabulous card! I love the celebratory image and simple design. The sentiment you created is just wonderful, too.

Anita in France said...

Cool, crisp, graphic and with heaps of energy, Hannelie ... fun and fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)

Bobby said...

Love that image, Hannelie.

Leslie Miller said...

One of the best grad cards I've seen, and good for either gender. The black stripes give it a nice boost. I like it! Good sentiment, too.