Our daughter graduated this past Saturday from a local community college - majoring in nursing (summa cum laude) - and I'm a proud mom to say the least! Ever since I saw Betsy Veldman's card in Paper Crafts magazine (sorry...time isn't there for me to look back to see which issue) where she created a scrub top card, I knew I wanted to CASE it for my daughter. I used blue instead of green since those were the school's colors. Betsy used a cut file for her stethoscope, but I opted for a sticker and simply cut it in half. I knew there was a reason I was still hoarding some retired Blush Blossom CS as this was perfect for the "flesh" part of the card! I also changed up the little RN badge and added a tiny library clip. I'm almost out of these (previously sold by SU) and can't find another source of this tiny size. If anyone knows where I could get more of these tiny clips, please let me know!
I'll share a few photos of her in our back yard before she left for the ceremony. I haven't received the pics from the actual ceremony yet!
As you can see below, my stamping supplies came in handy for her to decorate her cap! The heart was made with 2 dies from SU. The monogram letters were cut with my Silhouette Cameo. Bling was arranged in a normal sinus rhythm - included since she works on a progressive care unit with lots of cardiac patients and has also completed telemetry training and works sometimes as a "tely tech".