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Good morning all!  I hope you have been enjoying your week so far.  We had a bit of sun yesterday and at this point it doesn't matter how cold or windy it is, all that matters are the rays of the sun.  People are desperate here for a little vitamin D  =)

I know, I know:  quit complaining about the weather.  But really, it's the only thing that's interesting in my life.  Seriously.

Well I am glad *that* is out of the way.  Today I am sharing a graduation card.  I didn't want anything traditional so I went with a modern/old school look.  Of course while rummaging through my stash I realized I really had NOTHING for this card.  I was lucky I found this "Congratulations" sentiment, and there was no way I had a "Grad" sentiment so I dusted off my trusty printer.

I created this card for the following challenge:
Poppy Sketches - sketch and polka dots

That's it for me today.  Have a great Thursday - cheers!



Jingle said…
Very cute card!
Lee said…
Oooh I love the modern look! So snazzy!! Great use of the printer...I forget I can do that! LOL Thanks so much for playing along with us at Poppy Sketches!
Irish Cherokee said…
WOW! Who'd a thunk. NICE job creating something from nothing. Excellent card Deanne. Love that background and nice work on the sentiment.
Angi Barrs said…
Beautiful design! I love the colors!
~amy~ said…
This is perfect Deanne! Love the mix of colors & patterns!
Thanks for joining us at Poppy Sketches!
Jill Norwood said…
Wonderful card! Great idea for the sentiment! :)
Lisa Petrella said…
This is awesome! Love the patterned papers, the stitching, and those fabulous enamel dots! And great job using the computer to customize your sentiment---turned out GREAT! Thanks for playing along with Poppy Sketches!
Lori said…
What a fabulous modern design! Love the colors and the texture from the cork and the enamel dot accents. Thanks for joining us at Poppy Sketches!
Laura Davis said…
Love this Deanne, it's so hip and chic! Thanks for playing at Poppy Sketches!
Great take on the your little touches...thanks for playing along!