Sunday, May 8, 2011

Video Tutorial: Graduation Money Card + Giveaway!

Just in time for college and high school graduations, here's a super simple and quick money card.

AND - I'm doing my first ever GIVEAWAY! :) Leave a comment on this post by 8pm on Wednesday, May 11 for a chance to win a copy of the stamp set I used in this video - ConGRADulations by A Muse Studio. For an extra chance to win, Tweet about my giveaway, and leave another comment to let me know you Tweeted. Be sure to use @afkeyes in your Tweet and link to the post!

Watch the video here, or on YouTube.

All materials from A Muse Studio, and available at my webstore:
- solid cardstock in Sugar and Onyx
- polka dot cardstock in Buttercup
- ConGRADulations stamp set
- Memento Tuxedo Black ink
- Buttercup Tombow Dual-Brush marker
- 1/8" super-stick tape
- Tombow tape runner
- Standard Circles Large and Standard Circles Small Nestabilities

Thanks for stopping by! Have a great week and don't forget to comment! :)


  1. very cool! I love this idea!

  2. You make it look so easy! I love the idea, super cute yet super fast & easy.

  3. Love watching your videos, thanks for sharing your great ideas!

  4. your card is adorable! I like the idea of making a money-holder card--so cool!

  5. Cute card. Very original. Good luck with your blog.

  6. Great idea and simple to make--my kind of project!

  7. My daughter and her boyfriend both graduated yesterday from University of Dayton. This would have been a great way to give their gift to them. I will be using this for future graduate gifts. Thanks for sharing.

  8. cute card, and good luck on your new venture.

  9. I love all the things you create. All are creative and fun. Your work is adorable and reach a wide range of people and occasions.

  10. this is just adorable!! and so practical too.

  11. so i was looking at the whole a muse catalog and everything is frickin' cute! i was like "aww i'd love that in a card" or "i wish i had those stamps!" (even though i'm not toooo crafty.) Anna! all of these things are amazing!

  12. Thank you for saving me....tomorrow is my daughter's graduation from university and I was looking for a card to make. Yours was perfect. I did as you suggested and made it with her university colors. I didn't have a graduation set so I used the computer. Thanks again for the cute idea.