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PSC Graduation with a twist!

We all know someone who's graduating.  It's so nice to have a nice card on hand to give.  What's even nicer? to have money or a gift card in it! 


This weeks challenge @ Perfect Sentiments Challenge 
Instead of creating your basic card make a gift card or money holder and use a sentiment appropriate for a graduate.


 I just made a yard sale haul that had some loose pages where I found the cap & diploma picture.

I saw a you tube on this @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEeTSmuBpDo&feature=related.
I'm planning on clipping some CASH on the blue circle & tucking inside the hidden pocket.

Our sponsor this week is:

Fred She Said 

We have an AMAZING design team.  Each one is listed on my left side bar.  Visit each one to see some truly creative projects.

In order to win the prize from our sponsor OR be named top 3 by our DT-link your creation up @ Perfect Sentiments Challenge

Thanks for checking me out!
~Karen C
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