Be "Accomplished"

Good morning Authentique fans!  Kay here with a couple of projects showcasing the wonderful 'Accomplished' collection.

As soon as I saw this paper I knew I had to scrap my graduation photo.  I've been waiting for just the right paper to display one of my proudest moments so far.  There's no greater feeling of accomplishment than on your graduation day--which is why the title & theme of this collection is so very perfect for graduation photos.

So here I am with my Bachelors Degree in Management Information Systems in my hot little hands.  Can you tell how happy I was?  I don't think I've ever smiled this big!
 The kraft tones of this paper make it easy to add a splash of color.  Just about any color goes wonderfully with kraft.  I went with colors in the yellow, orange & teal family.
The sticker elements that come with this collection are excellent for adding additional layers & embellishments to clusters.

I've used a sketch by Page Drafts for the design of my page.

 I also found time to create this quick graduation card.  With the new pre-scored card stack that comes with the 'Accomplished' collection I literally created this card in about 15 minutes.  No kidding!  The only thing that takes time is to add a few embellishments to your card.

I hope you enjoy my projects with 'Accomplished'.  Enjoy the rest of the week!
Products Used:
Authentique Paper: Accomplished Collection
Stamps: Tim Holtz, Unity
Stencil: Um Wow Studio
Other: Jute Thread, Doily, Mulberry Paper Flowers, Spiral Clips, Mini Wooden Rulers


  1. I really enjoy the neutral colors of this set.

  2. You have accomplished a lot with this layout! Stunning!

  3. Oh wow, your use of details and your design style are both amazing! Such a breathtaking lay-out and card!

  4. What a fabulous layout with so many layers showing casing all your "Accomplishments" . Nice Work.

  5. This range is perfect for your graduation photograph - you look SO happy! Love your card too - the scroll/diploma is a fabulous idea.

  6. Simply adorable, Kay! I love every wonderful detail, especially that jute!


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