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Sentimental Sundays–Single Layer Cards

 

Hello!  You might have noticed that my weekly Sentimental Sundays post was missing yesterday.  Although, I am taking  a breaking this week, I still wanted to give you all the info on our new challenge, but my post disappeared into the ether.  

Our new challenge for you this week is “Single Layer Cards” (Don’t forget a sentiment!).  This challenge is being sponsored by both Heart Song Designs and Raindrop Echo Designs.     You can stop by the Sentimental Sundays blog to check out the inspiration pieces from the rest of the DT and get all the details..  While you are there, you might want to snag the free sentiments created by Ann Vento of Raindrop Echo Designs

 

Have a great week!

Comments

Sara I. said…
Miss your posts but hope that you are getting some R&R (or at least some "me" time!)- can't wait to see your newest creation!
Marlene said…
Hey where are you?!! I know I've been away...but didn't expect you to be. :)
Thanks for posting the challenge info here. Hope I get a chance to play along.
Pauline said…
Hope you are ok, I haven't had time the last couple of weeks to join in MSMS, I'm going to take 10 mins later to check it out! Thanks for your lovely comments on my blog xx
i think BLOGGER has mood swings! sheesh.

enjoy your time away.

hugs, stef (Glitterbabe)

do check me out, my store and
Glitterbabe@Stitchy Bear
1CardCreator said…
Thanks for the heads up.
Lori said…
Loved your dino card and music in your earlier posts! Thanks for the info in this one!
Gina said…
Enjoy your break!
Denise said…
Blogger has really messed with the blogs :(
Audrey Pettit said…
Eeeek!! The one layer card!
Toooooo hard for me. :)

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