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Can You Digi It? is donating 100% of the proceeds (minus PayPal fees) of this image to Charity Wings (check them out at www.charitywings.org). The image was designed by LilyPink Designs and it is so fun to work with. In fact, it was so fun that I made two cards!


You can order the image in a digi or a digi cut file here.

I used this awesome image on both cards. On the top card, I also used Prima Madeline paper, SU! Very Vanilla Seam Binding, SU! Butterfly embosslit, a page out of an old dictionary, SU! Chocolate chip ink, Stickles, the Cheery Lynn Flourish die, and a paper doily. On the second card, I used some great Hobby Lobby Kraft dp, a button, a feather,and some raffia.

These cards were so fun to make because I knew the money I paid for the image went to a good cause and also, this image is just so great.

Hugz to all!!!

Comments

  1. Nancy, two great cards. I really do like that digi and you always do the 'bestest' things with feathers. It is always a delight to see your card and the wonderful details.

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  2. These cards are awesome. I love looking at all the techniques and details. I really like lumpy, bumpy cards and lots of textures.

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  3. I absolutely love what you've created with my digi!!! So awesome :-D

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  4. Nancy, these cards are AWESOME!! You really made some beautiful works of art with that fabulous digi. Amazing work, my friend!

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  5. Two beauties :) Love the monochromatic neutral card!

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  6. Oooh, so you are blogging now sweetie! Good for you. I enjoy it when I find time for it. Love your blogname. Original! I love this creation, but yet, i always love your made with love cards right. Congrats on the new blog, well for me it's new. he, he, he. Hugsxo

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  7. Both cards are over-the-top amazing!! The image looks fantastic on both cards with all the great embellishments, but I just love that raffia!

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    1. These are both quite beautiful! I love the neutral tones they are mainly done in.

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  8. Nancy, both of your cards are beautiful. The first one is my fav, love the stick pin and the color.

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  9. Oooh so pretty. Love all the detail you have added.

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