Sally Carns

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Sally Carns Gulde is a graphic designer.

A native of Oklahoma and a graduate of Wheaton College, Carns designs art and packaging for the Nashville music industry.[1] In 1999, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences presented Carns with a Grammy Award for her design of the album Ride with Bob by country swing band Asleep at the Wheel.[2] Her work has been featured in numerous design magazines (PRINT, Communication Arts, HOW), won local, regional and national ADDY's, and nominated for a DOVE award.

Carns lives in Fort Worth, Texas, and is married to a guy she met at summer camp. She has three children and a dog that does seven tricks.

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