If you are good at creating Artwork...we need PFA Badges and Patches

Would all of you artwork creators please jump on board and come up with some designs we can use for PFA Badges and Patches for letterhead, business cards, ads for local papers, etc.?

When you have created some, please post them here in comments.

Thank you so much for all who participate! This is gonna be so fun to see what you all come up with. Even if you think it's not great (we are our own worse critics) please still post it. It may give someone else an idea to go off of or....we may love it!!!

Thanks again,

Twana

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THATS LOOKS GOOD..
AMERICA
ONE MORE
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IS THAT THE ONE I DID, WE CAN PUT ANY THING ON IT.
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new add on to it
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Exchange one of the American flags for a "Don't tread on me" flag and I'd say you have a winner.
CARD
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I like the simplicity or this entry. It is clean and to the point. It would look just as good on a flag or banner.
I like this one as well, as the eagle with tear.
Can you put B.O. in the grasp of the eagle?? Yeah i know...that was bad. LOL
ADDED ON TO IT
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