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PSC32: Banner Birthday

Happy Wednesday to all of you crafters!  I am back from vacation and didn't realize what day it was until I was out of town & couldn't post. 

Wednesdays are a special day at Perfect Sentiments Challenge Blog.  That's when our weekly challenge begins.  I didn't have time to get my card ready for today's challenge, but will post it for you to see ASAP.  I used the digi image from our sponsor and it is a cute one.  I'll post it later this week.

On to the challenge:

Challenge:  Create a card with a birthday sentiment
Twist:  Use a banner on your card
 
Our wonderful sponsor is Stitchy Bear Stamps 
 
 You've got to check her out: she has some great images.  She's been very generous to be a repeat sponsor for Perfect Sentiments.

To see more inspiration for the challenge & more great images from Stitchy Bear Stamps check out my fabulous design team:

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Thanks for stopping by & I hope to see your creation!  You have until next Tuesday to post your card to our Perfect Sentiments blog.
~ Karen
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