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I made this card for the Squigglefly SFS3412 Falling Into Fall challenge and I got my inspiration from the SCS Featured Stamper Carolina Little. I love this Lynne Stansbery image - hard to find a cuter image!

In fact, I love it soooo much that I used it to make a birthday card for my sweet DD Crystal who will be turning 22 this week (so hard to believe). She loves this image too (reminds her of a dog who stole her heart). Since the image is of a boy, I tried to "girl up" the card with some flowers. I know she will love it. That girl grabbed my heart before she was born, but I used her birthdate on the card.


I am entering this one in the Dilly Beans Challenge this week which is Black, White and one other color (mine is kraft).


Hugz!

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  1. Fabulously done! Love the easel card adn teh flowers you added are perfect. Beautiful mix of dies on the first one and the heart and seam binding are great touches. Sure she will love them!

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  2. Wonderful card Nancy, the image is adorable and the sentiment is so true, I like the flowers and the colours.
    Kevin xx

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  3. This is adorable! really like that image!

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  4. Such a wonderful card for your DD. I'm sure she will be thrilled with it.

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  5. Fantastic Nancy! The image is wonderful but then all of Lynne Stansberry's images are fantastic! Your DD is going to be thrilled!

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  6. Aaaw! That is so very, very cute - such a lovely card for your daughter :)

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  7. Nancy, that is just the sweetest image! Your DD will be thrilled by this very heartwarming card! Love the easel style!

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  8. Nancy, this is as cute as can be. I loved this image, too. You have done a great job with it. I love how you girled it up. Thanks, for joining us at Squigglefly.

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  9. So gorgeous, Nancy! Love the colours and the details!

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  10. This image just pulls at your heartstrings. Happy Birthday Crystal and many more happy returns! This is just darling Nancy-what a beautiful card and so heartfelt.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  11. OMGosh how adorable! Love this. The puppy with the little heart ear and the puppy smooches are so cute as well as the great card design.

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  12. this is sooooo beautiful and soul touching Nancy...love this ..THE BEST!!!
    - samir

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  13. This is such a sweet card for your daughter, Nancy. She will know how much thought you put into making it. It is just the sweetest image. They grow up so fast, don't they?

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  14. awesome..very sweet cards..I loved like anything it when I first saw these two.. and will enjoy always just by looking at it.. you have expressed everything.. love, kindness, beauty,art in such a fabulous way..these two are evergreen!!!!
    -samir

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