Documenting Graduation

I think when people typically hear the word graduation, they automatically think of high school. It’s such a monumental occasion. But I had two nephews that graduated from sixth and eighth grades, transitioning into middle and high school. And then there’s preschool or kindergarten graduations. My kids did those too. Plus, I have one college graduate (just last year).

It’s a big moment for sure. A right of passage from one part of your life and into another.

That’s why I just loooove this page from our Miss Paige on her son Fox’s graduation! Look at all the detail here!


[ Designs | Subway Art: Graduation 2016 ]

Gorgeousness abounds, right? I love seeing what the KBS Creative Team comes up with. I never would have thought to color+stitch this! I actually think with this modern-day adult coloring going on these days that this page would actually be quite therapeutic. :)

Here’s how to make it according to Paige:

The Subway Art Graduation 2016 cut file was perfect for pairing with Fox’s recent pre-school graduation pics!

  1. Draw the Subway Art Graduation 2016 onto white cardstock using a black Silhouette Sketch Pen and then paint in each letter, except the “2016” and “Graduation”.
  2. Backstitch through the unpainted letters using white thread.
  3. Add small photos down the right edge along with some journaling and a few embellishments from the Fancy Free collection!

She makes it all look so easy, doesn’t she? And the colors just make me happy!
I think I need to give this a try…. :)

2017-05-09T21:05:30+00:00June 14th, 2016|pages|0 Comments

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