Friday, November 19, 2010

You Did It!!!!

Yea!!! You Did It! - My handsome son is graduateing from Texas A&M next month. His father and I are so proud of him. Adam decided at the tender age of 4 that he wanted to be an Aggie. He later added on to that dream to be in the Corps of Cadets, in the Spider D Unit. Adam has met all of those goals. His newest goal was to be in intellence with the Army and he has been excepted into that. He graduates on the 17th of December and will commissioned in the Army on the 19th. He leaves for his training in Feburary. Enough bragging about my son and on to the card.

The image is cheerleader Grumpy Gretchen by Digi's With Attitude! This image is the freebie for the month of November. This card is the gradutation card that I will be giving Adam. Amanda if you see this, Don't tell Adam! I would like to say that this is me cheering him on, but the truth is that his biggest cheerleader has been his wonderful wife, Amanda. She has made a lot of sacrifices for Adam to get where he is. I used 3 DP that I had picked up in College Station when Adam first starting going to A&M. The ribbon I got at Hobby Lobby. I gave Grecthen's pom poms some stickles and her showes received some Diamond Glaze to make them shiney.

The challenge this week at Digi's With Attitude! challenge is to make a sports card for your favorite team. You don't have to use a Digi's with Attitude! image to enter. We are sponsered by Digi's With Attitude and mygrafico.


  1. What an awesome card, Mari! Congratulations to your son and his graduation!!!

  2. Awwww I loved reading the story about your son and his amazing wife! he is so blessed to have such a supportive partner.

    The card is perfect! Love the colors! i am sure he will love it too -)

  3. Mari, this card is adorable!! I LOVE Digis with Attitude! and you have done amazing work on this one:)

  4. Your coloring is amazing! Great papers and blingy pompoms!! Congrats to him!! Way to follow your dreams!!

  5. Love the note about your son!
    This is just adorable! I love this image, it is so much fun to work with. Looks like I may have to make a few more to send to my Viking friends! lol