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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!


  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

  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

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

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

  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

  6. This is lovely, such a cute image.

  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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