Last Thursday was my dad’s last day of work at the office! He’ll be working at home for a few more weeks, but the company celebrated his last day with a retirement party. Sadly, I couldn’t be there so I sent him this banner and card I made using colors that coordinated with his company’s logo.
I used my Art Philosophy cartridge from Close to My Heart and my Cricut Expression machine to cut out the banner shapes and circles. The letters were cut with my Opposites Attract Cricut cartridge, which is one of my favorite font cartridges. To link everything together, I threaded green embroidery floss through holes I punched with my Crop-o-Dile.
I wanted to use the negative spaces cut with the Cricut to make a coordinating card. I could only fit three on it, so I have 22 more for another project.
The stamp sets I used were all from Close to My Heart: “Congratulations” is from a stamp set that comes with the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge; tickets were from the retired set D1495 “You & Me;” and the hero stamp is from retired set D1422 “Wonderful Friend.” The green epoxy bubbles are adhesive-backed embellishments from CTMH.
Mom took this picture of Dad with the banner displayed above his retirement cards and plaques! I’m pleased to hear that it will be hanging up above the mantel for all of his retirement parties this Spring.
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