Thank you cards are always handy to have around, and especially for an important occasion, such as graduation, when many graduation thank you cards will need to be sent. Online thank you notes or thank you emails might be better than no thank you at all, but, in my opinion, this is when a handwritten note is definitely in order. And if you really want to make it special, a Stampin' Up! card that you made is always special!
This card uses a retiring stamp For You Flower #118726, one of the a la carte stamps in the Stampin' Up! Idea Book & Catalog. I punched the flower out of So Saffron card stock with the Fancy Flower Punch #118073. With some Stampin' Write Markers, I colored in the center of the For You Flower stamp and stamped on Whisper White, punched out with the 1 1/4" Circle Punch #119861, mounted it over a 1 3/8" Circle Punch #119860 of Pear Pizzazz card stock using a Stampin' Dimensional, and adhered that to the flower punch piece.
I was actually copying a sample in the catalog (I think sometimes we forget to simply look in the catalog for ideas!) but instead of doing paper piercing, I punched two strips of Rose Red card stock with the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch #119275. For extra emphasis, being a thank you note, I stamped the bottom of the card with a stamp from Thank You Kindly #111700.
When you are looking for thank you card wording, there are so many great stamps to choose from at Stampin' Up!.
If you were doing this card as a graduation thank you card, just choose either school colors for your papers and ink or whatever colors suited your personality. I'm sure the recipient would appreciate something that you put your personal touch on.