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Skellies with A Message

I think Dilly Beans has some of the cutest creepy images. This week's challenge is Skulls and Skellies which was the perfect opportunity for me to dig out my skellies with dunce caps image (one of my fav Dilly Bean images). Something about skellies and messages combined together just seems to make the message so much more important. If skellies could talk - I imagine they would only give us important messages. Ok, I digress.... here is my creation:


I play cards with the Sassy Scrapper and her gang once a month and she gives us some really fun "card kits." We can make them there and follow her lead or we can take them home and give them a totally different life. I know that Kelly will laugh when she sees the life I gave her circle plaque kit. I used the circle plaque and papers from one kit and the bow and die cutz from another and combined them with my Dilly Beans images, a flower, and a fun computer generated sentiment.

I am giving this to my youngest Darling Daughter (DD), Allie. That girl totally stands out in a crowd! I tried to stand out in the crowd when I was younger - now I try to avoid the crowd!!!

Hugz to all!!!

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  1. I love this! its brilliant!!!!
    Kevin xx

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  2. This is so fun!! I love the circle shape too~!

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  3. What a fun and funky blog you have. I'm so glad you commented on my card so I could visit your blog and I'm glad I did. I'll definitely be coming back for more inspiration. God bless you!

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  4. I agree totally - DB does have the cutest creepy images (along with TOFF!). Love this card and a great sentiment too :)

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  5. Totally cute and fun--I hear ya on just avoiding the crowd these days!! Hope your weekend was terrific, my friend!

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  6. This card is fantastic and the sentiment is perfect! Love it :)

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  7. Couldn't be cuter! Your DD will love it! I surely do. Thanks for joining us at Dilly Beans and also for the comment on my card. I was a teeny bit worried I might offend. LOL xxD

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  8. This is such a cool card and i love the shape. Fantastic image.

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  9. LOVE this, so cute!!! Thanks so much for joining us at Dilly Beans! xo

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  10. Nancy, what a fun card and so unique. The sentiment is perfect. Your daughter is sure to get a big smile from this card.

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  11. Look at all those guys. I love the concept and the shaped card. Thanks for playing along this week with Dilly Beans.

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  12. This is so cute and fun. I love that image.

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