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This is Freebie/Guest Designer Week at Dude Time Doodles. The free image is the wonderfully fun Wanda Witch I have used on this card.

The image is a freebie to those who want to enter the challenge. The challenge winner gets to be a Guest Designer at Dude Time for the month of October which means they get to hang out with the incrediably fun Dude and Dudettes and make Dude cards with the super fun Dude Time Doodles images.

Hope to see you join us!

Hugz to all!


  1. Oh my gosh that is a hoot. What a fun card Nutzi. Oh your name fits you so well. I love the sentiment-of course the hat does not make the butt look to big. That is why you wear the big hat to camouflage the big butt. You draw the eye up to the big hat so that people don't notice anything else. This is why I wear a lot of bling jewelry....hahaha. Super cute and super fun card. Have a great day.
    Bear Hugs,

  2. Too funny! Love the colors and that embossed circle is perfect. Great paper choices and design too! Love it!

  3. HAHAHAHA..what a funny sentiment. Maybe the witch should stick to wearing black and it wouldn't show as much. I like Carol's comment about why she wears a lot of bling jewelry. :-) It's a card sure to give someone a laugh.

  4. LOL at the sentiment! Too fun. Wonderful mix of papers and like the bling on the bats.

  5. LOL!!! Great card, fab image and topped off perfectly by that hilarious sentiment :)

  6. Brilliant fun card Nancy, fab colouring, I like the colours the bats and that sentiment lol.
    Kevin xx

  7. Nancy, is that a skull in the embossing above Wanda's head? Or just my imagination? What is the embossing folder? It looks very intriguing!

  8. Absolutely all out fun! Love, love the sentiment so funny but soooo true!

  9. I love the red & black colour theme - an a cute little bat LOL!!! A great card!

  10. ROFL! This card completely cracked me up - from that green-faced witch to that hilarious sentiment! I love those bat accents too!


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