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365 Cards Day 68 Challenge!!

For today's challenge over at 365 Cards I was challenged to use this image for inspiration:
What I made was this card:

The Rosie the Riveter poster makes me think about the long way that women have come in this nation. We have made great strides in political, economical, and monetary aspects of the US, but there are still a great number of us who struggle with the belief in ourselves. The sentiment I put on the card is for myself, my friends and family, and all of the women out there to remind us that we all have greatness inside, we just need to believe in it.
I also decided to use the color scheme for the card. They are so bold and strong, just like us women!!

Card Recipe
Stamps: Market Street Stamps {Grungy Border, Simple Joys}
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink {Faded Jeans, Mustard Seed, Fired Brick}
Patterned Paper: Crate Paper, Pink Paislee

Comments

  1. Love it DoBea! The colors are put together perfectly and I agree - WE ARE strong! :)

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