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My Thoughts and Prayers

Hello! Long time no see!!
Our household has been busy as bees with school and activities starting around here. Hope you all are enjoying this beginning of fall! It happens to be my favorite time of year.
Here is a card that I made for the current Market Street Stamps Paint the Town color challenge {formerly known at Color Cue.}
And here is the color prompt:
I am having so much fun with August's release. {Have I mentioned yet that I love fall?} If you do too, you need to head on over here and check out their stamps. They also have a beautiful sympathy set called Comforting Florals, which is what I used today.

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  1. What a beautiful sympathy card DoBea! I love that rose trim. You've used it here perfectly. I have some and just can't seem to get it to look like this on my cards! LOL

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  2. Such a pretty card, DoBea. I love the touch of sparkle from the pins and the way they're nestled in with the sentiment.

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  3. Love this card! Simple yet so beautiful!

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