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Treats Not Tricks


I worked a bunch overtime this week - even on Saturday, so I was thrilled to be able to sit down and craft this morning! There are only a few more hours left on the Squigglefly Challenge #37-SFC3712-Halloween so I had to seriously hurry on this one. I love Lynne Stansbery images because you can always make a quick and beautiful card without spending a ton of time on it. This image is called Come and get it. I added a sentiment and did some scoring with my ScorePal and it was done. Isn't that puppy sweet? Kind of reminds me of a child looking up at a cookie or candy jar.

Hope you have a wonderful day! Hugz!

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  1. wish you could join in my class to, and wow adore this image so understated but absolutely perfect with such a wonderful sentiment too
    Hugs Kate xx

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  2. This is absolutely precious!! I love the included sentiment...just makes you go, "Awwwwww." Fantastic work with this Squigglefly image from Lynne :)

    Thank you so much for joining our challenge and sharing your wonderful talent with us at Squigglefly.
    Lisa xx

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  3. Such an adorable image...makes we want to reach in and give him a treat LOL! Great card!

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  4. Love it! Too cute for words and I love the sketch feel it has :)

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  5. This is adorable Nancy, that puppy is so sweet, the scene reminds me of old mother hubbard, I like the sentiment too.
    Kevin xx

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  6. This is lovely, such a cute image.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. What a fabulous job you have done with Lynne's image Nancy! wow! As you say, very understated but so, so sweet! Thanks for joining in the challenge this week. Good luck. Charlene

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