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Dream to Be



It's that time of year again.  All the new grads out there, happy to be done with school (most of all), while also thinking of the future and dreaming about all the possibilities.

I remember.  High School graduation AND my college graduation.

Dreams.  All of them.

And that is what this card is all about.  We have several family members graduating this year...one of which is my DAUGHTER.  She has graduated from college!  I'm so proud of her.  If you didn't see a recent picture, here she is again!  Isn't she beautiful?!






Dream to Be


You can see all the new {ippity} sets being released tonight! NOW.  YAY.  I love this time every month.  New rubber is always a good thing.

You can get all the new great sets at the

Click above to be taken to the company home page.
If you haven't selected an {ippity} chick, you will need to select a chick to proceed to the pages for the stamps.

And don't forget that there is always a great deal the first weekend of the release!  Here's the details:




Stocking up at a discount is ALSO always a good thing!

Okay, enough said...Time to head on over to Noelle's blog and see what she has going on!  I'm sure she'll have something lovely to share with you...and also bring a wonderful smile to your face at the same time.  She always makes me smile!


Comments

jengd said…
Wonderful card- LOVE the dotted flower! And congrats to your daughter!
Julia said…
I love this card!
Anna Natalia said…
Simple but so cute :)
Emily Keaton said…
Thanks for sharing your gorgeous daughter and fabulous card. Those colors really pop!
LauraLee said…
Lovely card - I just love that sentiment!
JPScraps said…
Beautiful card! Congrats to your beautiful daughter!
Tonya said…
This is so pretty! I love the new release stamps.

Congratulations to your daughter. My daughter just graduated this past Friday. Such an exciting time. :o)
Anonymous said…
Your daughter is beautiful! Your card is fabulous great job!

{ippity} Chick
Heather Flaherty
Janice W. said…
Your daughter is beautiful and so is your card!
Unknown said…
I love your card! Love that stamp. The flower is gorgeous!
Pam said…
Very sweet card!!
Maureen Hayes said…
Congrats on the graduation and I love how you used this stamp!
Miriam Prantner said…
What a wonderful sentiment and lovely card.
Michelle said…
Congrats to your daughter! Your card is stunning!! I love the colors!
Riti said…
What a Lovely Card Girl & Your Daughter is so pretty. Like Mommy like DD.
Congratulations! to your DD on her Graduation.

Hugs,
Riti :)
Rona said…
Beautiful card and GORGEOUS daughter!! Mine graduated from college in December and then got married in April!! Great times for them and for us :)
Alice Pace said…
Yes,she is beautiful! Congrats to you both! Thanks for the hop.
Kim Hill said…
Very nice! What a perfect sentiment for a grad!
Anonymous said…
Beautiful card & congrats to your dd. :)
Noelle Reese said…
She is so beautiful!! So is your card!
Emily Keaton said…
Hi again Rebecca! I couldn't find an email address for you to correspond directly, so I decided to comment here. Thank you so much for your supportive comment on my blog post about my daughter's possible exposure to Lyme disease! How horrible that both you and your husband have had it. Our pediatrician is being soooooooo vigilant for us, and we're so grateful. She even warned us that if she tests positive, it would be best if she could take the meds in pill form because the liquid form tastes absolutely horrible. She's never had to take pills before, so that gives us four weeks to start practicing with TicTacs. That will save us so much trauma later!!

And yes, my daughter LOVES Girl Scouts! She started as a Daisy Scout in Kindergarten and has been in GS ever since, and she just (today!) finished 7th grade. No signs of losing interest yet! She loves her troop's camping trips and activities, and I love seeing her so gung-ho. So many great life skills!

Thanks SO much for stopping by!

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