Here's the sketch they asked people to use.
I've been holding onto this picture for a while. It's from my nineteenth birthday, and it was just a beautiful little moment that my mom captured while we were walking around campus. Sadly, they've since cut down the beautiful tree behind me. It always made me sad when my college started chopping down trees. Anyway, here's my interpretation of the sketch. Click on the photos to view larger versions.
Double sided cardstock is the bane of my existence! It's so hard to choose sides. In this case, I didn't! I flipped up one corner and taped it down to show off a little bit of the back side, then used two small strips of that side in the upper corner as an accent. I'm really happy with the way that worked out. Busy patterns are hard to work with, but I think these turned out well.
My supplies, as best I can remember them:
cardstock -- Bazzill
double sided cardstock -- Echo Park Paper Co., Sweet Day Lovely Chevron
felt button embellishments -- American Crafts Pebbles
letter stickers -- American Crafts Thickers
word stickers -- unknown