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It's the season for amour-love!  Lots of weddings, anniversaries & just plain romance!  We need to have some cards ready-right? 

We had a whopping 107 entries in our Perfect Sentiments challenge last week!  Thanks to everyone who participated.  We had some really awesome entries.

This week's challenge is create a card with a sentiment appropriate for love, weddings, or anniversary.

The twist add some lacey detail to your card. you can either use lace or use a lacey die-cut

Our wonderful sponsor: Meljens Designs
provided us with an image-and I love it!

 Super cute huh?  
I colored my cute image with pencils, then just layered with paper.  I added some photo corners & hearts & tiny lace down the side. Viola' -a beautiful card!
 
All you have to do to get your own free digi image is link up your card @ Perfect Sentiments Challenge
 
Meljens Designs is giving away : 4 non-colored images of winner's choice 

 We have an exceptional design team that you've got to check out.  They are all listed on my left side bar along with our guest designers.

Can't wait to see what you design!  thanks for stopping by
~Karen C

 
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