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'Tis the season for caps, gowns and diplomas. And what BETTER way to send our good wishes than making a card for someone we know?? Your challenge is to make a congratulations/graduation card for someone ... withOUT a cap, a diploma or an owl on it!!
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Wendy, I was a little stymied by today's challenge since I know absolutely no one that is graduating...young or old. Since I needed a Father's Day card for a friend, I decide to aim my "congrats" that way.
I love this Graphics 45 paper- Sporting Aristocrat- used the negative die image in an earlier challenge this week (argyle side that time). I was inspired by the 1974 Great Gatsby movie to use this image- of days gone by- and perfect for a graduation congrats. Here's You Go Grad
A friend's eye is a good mirror. Irish Proverb