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PSC44 Sympathy Challenge

Perfect Sentiments CREATE A CARD WITH A SENTIMENT FOR SYMPATHY & The twist is to make it Clean & Simple Challenge.  



I have to admit-I made 4 cards before I was happy with this one!  CAS is not my style.  I really couldn't believe how difficult it was for me!  I felt like my card was naked!  One of my team members said "it's not naked-it's just not wearing many clothes"!!  

I had to get some inspiration so I went to a friend's blog to get some. She does a FANTASTIC job doing CAS.  Check her out:  Lynn @ The Mango Boys & Me

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I hope you'll go to our challenge website to see all the rules concerning the challenge as well as to see all the design teams creations.  You can also see them individually on my right sidebar.

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have a blessed week!

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