My oldest daughter Mckenzie just graduated from the University of San Francisco, we are very proud of her she finished in 3 years! It's a bit of mixed emotions for me. She is only 20 and she decided to stay in SF so we got her all set up in her new "home" a room in a home that will become a Co-op living house. There are 3 girls at the moment, eventually there will be 6 total. I just met the girls and I really like them. So, I know she will make a home there and start her new life. I have been feeling like a chapter has closed and a new one is starting for all of us. Lately I've been reflecting on when the girls were young children and I have to say I really miss those days. I have one more year with Kennedy, she will be a senior next year and I know it's going to go by fast because it's seem that last year in school is always a busy one. So my plan is to savor every bit of next year because my nest will become empty before I know it.
I made Mckenzie a graduation card using my Cameo my second project since I got it in april. I really like how it came out and she also liked it. Letting me I should sell them, lol
From the Silhouette store the file I used is of this Girl and the 2013 just click on the links and it will take you the the files directly. The Congratulations, I welded together in the studio and the font that I used is called Marker Felt its on my computer.
I sewed the Congratulations onto cardstock with the sewing machine. I also used a corner chomper from We r Memory Keepers the stub/deco one. I did use foam dots the the girl and the the year to pop them up.
I also made this frame for her. Sorry for the bad picture it was taken at the last minute before we left out the door. I used the cameo to cut the little title.
Thank you for stopping by today. Don't for get to come back on Wednesday for my little announcement.