Sunday, May 22, 2016

PTI MIM $249: Make It With Money

This week it was Lexi Daly's turn to host Papertrey Ink's Make It Monday challenge. She shared several ways to incorporate money gifts into the design of our handmade cards. Since I needed a high school graduation card for a nice young man, I decided to run with it using his school colors. Here's what I came up with so I hope he likes it. Of course, there will also be more money or a gift card to go with this. (We're not just giving him $1, but I like how it lined up the #1 front and center.)




If you look closely under the Congratulations from Swoosh, you can see the numbers 2016 ink blended in gray using the negative die cuts. Congratulations and the Scene It: Celebration consist of three layers for thickness. I popped up the graduation hat using SU Dimensionals and used a removable glue dot to attach the dollar-bill diploma. I'm sure that might just come in handy some day for this high school graduate. : )



Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)
Cardstock: Stamper's Select White,True Black, Scarlet Jewel and Black & White All Over
Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black, Scarlet Jewel and Memento Fog
Stamps: For The Graduate, 
Dies: For The Graduate, Modern Numbers, Swoosh, Scene It: Celebration
Other: Sponge Dauber, SU Dimensionals, Maroon ribbon (stash)

8 comments:

lexi said...

fantastic card and money diploma - i really like how you incorporated the school colors! thanks for playing make it monday!!

Helen F. said...

Great Grad card, Kathy. Love the diploma idea :-)

Marybeth said...

Haha,I too had a folded $1 shirt that was just for the blog ! Love your card and it such a fun way to add money! The stenciled 2016 is another great idea!

Marcia HIll said...

Great guy card Kathy, and love how you made the money into a diploma! I'm sure the young man will be looking twice at this card!! :0)

A Cup of Cold Water said...

I agree, the bill rolled into a diploma was VERY clever!
I also like the Scene It as your focal point! I need to try that!
GREAT card!

lainey said...

A nice, masculine looking card Kathy! Great idea to roll up the money into a diploma.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Super fun!!!!

Sadie said...

Thanks for your nice comment on my blog. I admired your money card but just didn't get over here to comment. I like your card and great idea using the money as the scroll!!