Winter Graduation

Happy Scrap It Friday!

Once again it’s Scrap It Friday!! I thought this day would never come, how about you? Did you or someone you know close to you have a graduation in December? For both of my bachelors, Psychology and Marine Science, I graduated in December. Though we don’t particular get cold weather here or in South Mississippi, it was a bit chilly for both events. Anyways, I thought having a graduation layout would be perfect. Let’s get started with Winter Graduation…

Winter Graduation

Things Used:

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  • Mosaic Moments Graduation page kit
  • Tombow Adhesive
  • Scissors

Step #1:

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Step #2:

Winter Graduation -- Visit for more info... Winter Graduation -- Visit for more info... Next, I added the medium size pieces. This also included the letter pieces which are each backed with a different color matching the rest of the layout.

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Finally, I added the larger pieces where my graduation pictures will eventually go (once I get them printed). I also added the numbers for the year. Something about this particular layout is that when you order it, you can pick which year you want. So, for this one I wanted it for my Marine Science bachelor graduation pictures which was in December 2012. They also included cutout for 2016, my guess is for a just in case?

PetSmartOn this layout there was also ribbon provided to add to the large pieces. For the left side I kept the ribbon the same as in the picture they provided (see the picture above under ‘Things Used’), however; for the right side of the layout for the large piece, I changed it up and put a piece of the knotted ribbon in two corners.

Don’t be afraid to do your own thing, just because it’s a page kit you bought it doesn’t mean you have to do it exactly like the instructions and/or picture shows.

And there you go, a quick page that could be easily finished at wherever you scrapbook. Need pictures printed but don’t have time or access to the right printer? Visit Snapfish for all your picture needs. You can even use their website for storing all your photos and sorting them in albums so you know what is what. Also, don’t forget to go through eBates for a 10% cash back for Snapfish and other various stores.

Have any questions about today’s “Snap ‘N Crop”/”Mosaic Moments” double page kit? Please feel free to comment below and I’ll respond back as soon as possible! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

Crafty JBird

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