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A cute little Valentine's Card

This cute House Mouse Happy Hopper image is so adorable. The current House Mouse & Friends Challenge (#112) is to make a love themed card with more than one heart on it. My image actually had three hearts on it so that worked out well. My oldest daughter has strep so she stayed home and made cards with me yesterday and this was what we came up with for the challenge. I stamped the image, colored it with pencils, and added some prima flowers, a Cheery Lynn Designs die cut, a few Marta Stewart Branches, and lots of bling. Not sure who makes the paper, it was sent to me as a CHA gift by Michelle Single. When I find out who makes it though, I am going to order some of it because I love it!!!!

The House Mouse & Friends Blog is having a blog-hop and the prizes are wonderful. If you are interested in playing, click here.

Hugz to all!!!


  1. Great card, Nancy! Hope your DD is feeling better soon! The paper is fabby!

  2. How adorable, Nancy!! That is one sweet Valentine. I hope your daughter is feeling better soon, but I'm glad you had the chance to stamp together!

  3. Such a cute image! Love the flourish your added and the flower cluster is wonderful. Hoe your daughter gets better soon!

  4. oh how adorable, great image choice and love the dies, hope you enjoyed the hop and good luck in the House Mouse and Friends Challenge
    Hugs Kate xx

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  6. Aww, so cute, love this stamp, on my wish list! Beautifully colored too, Nancy. That paper is so pretty, love the pastel colors you chose. Glad you had time to join the challenge and blog hop going on at House Mouse and Friends Monday challenge. Nicely done.

    PS: that chocolate went in the mail to a friends this morning.....was afraid I'd eat it otherwise...smelled devine!


  7. This is the cutest card with that adorable image! I just love that flourish accent too! Beautifully done!

  8. Nancy, this is the sweetest image and I love that precious sentiment. Your bouquet of flowers is soooooo pretty, too. Love your card.

    Sorry your daughter is sick with strep. No fun there...hope she recovers quickly and Mom doesn't get it.

  9. This is the post delightful image, I realy must have!!! Your colours and papers are fabulous, gorgeous details and your image is beautifully coloured.

    Thanks for joining us at the House Mouse and Frieda challenge
    Heather xx

  10. Such a cute card. Love your layout, this image and your awesome embellishments. Thank you so much for joining us at House Mouse & Friends Monday Challenge and our Blog Hop. Good luck!

    Hugs, Natascha

  11. Oh now this is such a precious image!! Lovely card design too!! :) Thanks for playing along with us over at House Mouse & Friends! Hope you will join us again and good luck!! Smiles and Hugs - *Vicki* ~ DT member

  12. Adorable! What a great Valentine! Love the HH you used, the sweet flowers are perfect. Thanks for playing in House Mouse and Friends Blog Challenge.

  13. Awww...this is just as cute as can be. Such an adorable image and I love your choice of paper.

  14. A cute and Pretty creation. Thanks for joining House Mouse & Friends challenge, good luck
    Mousey Hugs
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

  15. How adorable is that image??? SO ca-yoot! I like how you kept it light with lots of pink, and some blossoms to boot.

  16. This is so lovely! Thanks for sharing this with us at the HM & F monday challenge!

    Paula :D x

  17. oh so that pretty detailed die cut flourish you used as well! thanks for sharing with us at HM&F's Monday Challenge! Sue K

  18. Looks like you had a cosy time together, you and your daughter.
    Your card is cute and lovely, the flowers you have added are beautiful.
    Thanks for joining the House Mouse & Friends Monday Challenge and blog hop.
    hugs Dorte

  19. This is absolutely adorable. Fab embellies! A great take on the LOVE theme. Thanks so much for playing along with us at House-Mouse & Friends MC Blog-Hop. Hope to see you playing along with us again on the new "Make Wishes Come True" challenge! :)


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