Graduation season is just around the corner—crazy, but true!—and I have one niece, two nephews, and a second cousin-in-law once removed who will don the old cap and gown this year, not to mention a handful of friends’ offspring. So I wanted to create some grad cards using a few products that aren’t necessarily graduation themed per se, but would work well all the same!
We say ‘woot’ a lot in this house. Via text. Via our mouths. You know, via basic communication methods. I love my Woot Word and Shadow die, so I thought it would be perfect for graduation. Today’s video features this card but it also features one idea that basically did not work at all and so I did the old crafty pivot to save the concept and keep on truckin’!
And really, if there’s money inside, it could probably say, “Congratulations on your retirement” and who would really complain?
Not every card project turns out like you planned and this happens to me more frequently that I would lead you to believe! But there is usually a way to regroup and salvage the project. At least some of the time, so… without further ado, here is the video wherein a good idea goes a bit wrong.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Remember, your mistakes are just opportunities to innovate.
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