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Can You Digi It? Blog Hop


This is my creation for the Can You Digi It? Blog Hop. Hopefully you came here from Patty's blog, and didn't miss any of the wonderful "It Girls" creations. Here is the blog hop order in case you missed any one:

C.Y.D.I? Blog
Michelle Single (store owner)
Lelia Pierce (DT coordinator)
April O'Connor
Toni Storie (CYDI friend)
Dana Alley
Jan Hannicutt (guest designer)
Patty Chalas
Nancy Williams - Me
Hannah Clark
C.Y.D.I. blog


After you're done with all your hopping, you'll want to stop by the store for the fabulous SALE going on right now. Be sure and use the special code "CYDIGOC15" to get 15% off all non-digital goodies in addition to the products all the awesome artists have put on sale.

The sale/coupon ends Friday, January 27th when Michelle gets on the plane for CHA. Make sure you are a C.Y.D.I? Twitter follower to get all the updates from CHA!

I used this great KiniArt Image for my easel card:







Other elements of the card:

Paper: SU!Chocolate Chip cardstock, K&Co and unknown dp from my scrap pile
Ink: SU! Pink Passion and Copic Markers
Other: SU! Twine, Prima flowers, Spellbinders Circle and Scalloped Circle Die

Hugz to all and good luck!

Don't forget to visit Hannah Clark's blog!

Comments

  1. Awwwww..what a darling image and the sentiment is so sweet. Good to see you hoppin', Nancy! :-) Your card is adorable!!!

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  2. I adore easel cards ~ and this one is just adorable!! So happy to be getting the Can You Digi It? Name out there with you!!

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  3. oh this is absolutely precious!!

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  4. This is very sweet! I love that adorable pup!

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  5. Great easel card and sure to put a smile on any dog owner's face :)

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  6. I love this cute little pup! Great card, I really like how you've made it round!

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  7. What a cutie patootie! I am so loving the easel card! Beautiful!

    XXX

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  8. Oh my goodness! This is so cute! I love the easel card and that cute image you used!

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  9. What a darling pup and I love the circle easel card you made.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  10. That is absolutely adorable, Nancy!! You colored that sweet pup beautifully, and I love your easel card. :)

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  11. What a totally sweet card with an incredibly CUTE pooch! Love it!

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  12. This card is just precious. Soooooo cute! I love that it is an easel card. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  13. Love this cutie and your creation beautiful !

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  14. Ohh, this is so adorable! I have never seen a circle easel card before but I LOVE the idea!

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  15. The face on this puppy just melts my heart. What a cute card and you know those round easels are just my favorite!

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