Just Some Lines "Anything Goes" Challenge

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Good Morning!

It is "anything goes" over at Just Some Lines with a new free digital stamp just for you!  I chose the Emo Graduate Amber to make another card for our graduation gal!

The paper is a very old paper set from Creative Memories that I have had in my stash forever, I pull it out and make one graduation card with it every year.  I think I have had it since 2008.  The card base is that very cool Wavy Edged Card Set from Paper Crafting World.

Thank you so much for stopping by today my friends.  I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!

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  1. So cute! Love the sentiment and the paper.


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  3. Awesome graduation card:) I am so behind on grad cards. I need to get busy...need 4 by next wknd!
    Hope your having a wonderful Saturday!
    Sherrie K

  4. This is so sweet!! I absolutely love the sentiment!! What a fabulous grad card my friend!! Happy Saturday :)

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  5. Simply ADORABLE and such a SWEET sentiment! Love it!
    Have a wonderful day my friend,
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  6. What a great card! I love the color scheme! As always...you rock!!!!


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