Friday, April 15, 2016

PDE Linky Party

Welcome back to PDE Linky Party day here on my blog!  I'm excited to share my project with you so lets get started!

It's that time of year again when we get the chance to celebrate the accomplishments of our graduates.  At my house I have a son graduating high school and that means, of course, we know several people that will be graduating too.  That said a friend of mine has a daughter that is graduating from medical school and will move on to the East Coast for her residency as a surgeon...very exciting!  This girl's husband is also graduating as a pediatric nurse practitioner so my friend asked me to make some personalized cards for the graduates.  I happily accepted and these cards are the result! 
First you see the surgeon card that I made for my friend's daughter.  We are all pretty proud of her!  The base of both cards is from SVG Cutting files and is Base Kit A.  Then I used the Doctor's Medical Add On for both of the images uniforms. We really wanted the surgeon to have a cap on so I just cut the hair again and then trimmed the hair to look like a skull cap.  That is a little knife in her hand that was made from the syringe file in the Medical Add On.

The doctor coat and stethoscope are also from the add on file.  I really loved how quickly both of these files went together!  I did forget to do some highlighting on our nurse practitioner but I added it later.  Oh, and the size of these cards is 5"x7".

Well, there you have it!  I hope you'll check out what all of the design team had to show off for the linky party and link up your own projects!


Vivian Lake said...

These are so adorable!! PDE DT member

Migdalia said...

Totally cute cards!!
Have a blessed day,
Crafting With Creative M

Janis Lewis said...

These are magnificent. I love the embossing, the die cut layering, everything. Really a fabulous job.

Imagine That! Digis by Kris said...

These are ADORABLE! I sure miss my Cricut working - need new mats. So fun to piece these kinds of cards together. great job Lorie!

Karla Yungwirth said...

These are adorable! What a wonderful way to personalize their graduation!