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!
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!
- 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”.
- Backstitch through the unpainted letters using white thread.
- 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…. :)