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50% Sale At Dude Time Doodles


Exciting News! Dude Time Doodles just turned TWO! As part of the celebration, the store is offering ALL Christmas images at 50% off from October 31, 2012, through November 13, 2012. That is super exciting!

For our month end Blog Hop, the Dude Time Doodles design team has created some fun items showing off some of the great images in the 50% off sale. I used Kris Jingle - isn't he fun?

You probably arrived at my blog from the Dude Time Doodles Blog (if you didn't you might want to check it out), and next on the hop after me is Sharon. She has created a SUPER FUN card using one of my favorite images! Be sure and check out all the design team creations and stop by the store and pick up one of your favorite images at 50% off (one of the DT members is the mystery hostess and will have some candy so be sure and leave comments when you visit).




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  1. Nancy, just a delightful image, looks like our house the night we put the tree up! Nice layout and papers too.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  2. This is too cute!! Love the image and had to giggle at the lights wrapped all around him LOL! Great card :)

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  3. Very cute...I like the snowflake behind the image!

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  4. Oh my goodness...I just looked again and noticed the Christmas lights paper in the background!!! I can't believe I missed it earlier...can't sleep...it is 2:50 am and my back is killing me so it is up and on the heating pad for me...II think I did a bit too much walking today.
    Oh well...it is always a good time to catch up on blogs!

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  5. This is brilliant Nancy, I love the design the bulb paper is fab I love it all!!!
    Kevin xx

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  6. You did a fabulous job with Kris. Love the colors and coloring and all the layers.

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  7. Kris Jingle is a real cutie. He looks a bit frustrated with the lights, though. Haven't we all been there? Great card, Nancy!! Christmas is coming fast. But, first...have a Happy Halloween.

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  8. Darling card- hehehe yep- that would be my hubby when the tree raising happens : ) So fun!

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  9. A great card Nancy. I do love this image and the paper is fab. Loving the little lights at the side too. Great job.
    Mags
    x

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  10. Chris Jingle is one of my favorites, Nancy, and I love the paper you chose. So perfect for this card. Great coloring.

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  11. Wow Happy Birthday!!! Love Chris Jingle and it was a nice touch with the bulbs in the background and as charms.

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl
    craftygirlcardsandcrafts.blogspot.com

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  12. Nancy, this is fabulous! Love the dp you used - absolutely perfect for Kris. Always love seeing your creative projects! Miss ya!

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  13. What a fun card this is. I love how the background paper compliments the image. The expression on that guys face mimics some of the guys around here at Christmas.....lol Your cards are always so full of fun!
    Bear hugs,
    Carol

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  14. Absolutely fantastic! Love the image and what you've created with him!

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  15. A great Xmas card and one of my favourite DTD images too!! Just love the coloured lights patterned paper you ahve used Nancy - a perfect match for the image!!

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