Hi, friends. Sorry for being MIA.Β I’m popping in quickly to give you a little update on things!

Most of you probably know that I’m currently in my senior year in college to become a kindergarten teacher. Last Friday, I received my results and I’m super excited to announce I officially graduated with distinction. πŸ˜„Β Hooray! That means I’m DONE with being a student and my career as a teacher can kick off in September once the new school year starts.

The last couple of days I’ve been busy getting ready for graduation, celebrating with family and also sending out cover letters to nearby schools. That’s why I haven’t been card making in a little while. However, I’ll get back to it by the weekend. πŸ‘πŸ»Β Do you have any requests for me? Specific techniques or themes for a card and video? Just let me know in the comments.

Thanks so much for supporting me throughout my studies. I appreciate it. I’ll see you in a couple of days. Have a nice day! πŸ’›

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26 Comments

  1. How awesome, congratulations. You will make an amazing teacher. Good luck getting a job.

  2. CONGRATULATIONS πŸŽ“πŸŽ“πŸŽ“

  3. Laura – I have watched your journey from a talented young card maker into an accomplished artist and now you are a college graduate with honors! I feel like a proud mom LOL! You are truly amazing! Big congratulations and best wishes for a very bright future ahead! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–πŸŽ‰

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      Cathy, thank you so much for your sweet words. πŸ’• You are the best and I appreciate your support. You’ve been here following my journey since the beginning! Sending big, big hugs.

  4. CONGRATULATIONS !!!! I’m so happy for you. I wish you plenty happiness in your new life !

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      Thanks, Isabelle! πŸ™‚

  5. Congratulations! Such great results! Bet your cover letters looked beautiful too πŸ˜‰

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      Thank you, Manda! πŸ™‚

  6. Hi Laura ~
    I’m so glad I signed up for email updates so I can receive important messages like this!

    CONGRATS to you! This is so exciting…I know you have worked very hard to achieve your goals…and with distinction as well (your parents must be very proud, too)! You are so, very deserving of a wonderful future, and those little Kindergarteners will be very blessed to have you as their teacher! Please post a photo of you at graduation…it will be great to see you in cap and gown!
    Sending you great big crafty hugs across the miles! Congrats again, and good luck to you! Barb xx

    PS: I LOVE all of your videos, so whatever you decide to share with us is fine with me πŸ™‚

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      Thank you so much, dear Barb. You are the sweetest. BIG hugs!!!

  7. Congratulations! on your graduation. A new phase in your life is about to begin. Enjoy the ride! And good luck to you in the future as you follow your dream. I don’t care what you put in your videos because I enjoy them all.

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      Thank you so much, Donna! πŸ™‚

  8. Congrats Laura! How exciting. Now you’re ready to begin the best parts of your life – being an adult! LOL! Good luck on the job hunt, I’m sure you’ll do fine. I hope you’ll find time to squeeze in a little paper crafts time with your students. Good luck!

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      Thank you so much, Carol. I know, right. I’m officially an adult now. Quite a milestone! πŸ˜„ Big hugs.

  9. That’s wonderful! Congratulations!!!

  10. Woohoo, Laura!!! That’s awesome!!!!! Congratulations on your graduation, and good luck finding a nice teaching position that you will enjoy. I know you’ll do well! πŸ™‚ ~ Andrea

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      Thank you so much, Andrea. πŸ™‚

  11. Congrats!!!!! I’m sure any card will be great but I bet you’re gonna need a lot of “thank you’s.”

  12. Congrats! What great news! Best of luck to you!

  13. CONGRATULATIONS Laura!!! I know it’s always such a relief when you can put the school work behind you and move on to the next exciting chapter. I wish nothing but wonderful days ahead for you and know that the children you will be teaching have no idea what a treasure they will have in you. They will quickly learn as will their parents. I just had a friend retire after 31 years of teaching kindergarten children….it has been Karen’s true passion. Big Hugs!!
    #kindnessmatters

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