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Dance Inspiration


This is my first Robert Jackson image and it is called Dance and Praise. To be honest, I have been stalking the site for a month trying to decide which of the incrediable images to collect first. My DD, Crystal, actually picked this image - she thought it would be perfect with this saying that she has been carrying around in her collection of great quotes and sayings. She spent a few hours with me yesterday and we made this card together.

I am entering this in the following challenges:

Oldie But A Goodie - Ribbon (my ribbon is several years old but I love the black and pink together)
A Gem of a Challenge - For the Girls

We were going to enter our card in the Jackson's Digital Expressions Challenge #24, Pink or Breast Cancer Awareness but the collection was closed because I took so long to post this (sad face).

My pretty bg paper is from Free Vintage Digial Stamps.

Hugz to all!

Comments

  1. I just LOVE this one! The image, the music background - it just says do the happy dance! Great card you and your DD created! Thanks for the smiles :)

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  2. Love the musical score in the BG and what a fun sentiment! What's our punchie song so we can break out and do the butt dance LOL!!

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  3. Such a cool image and inspiring sentiment. A bright and happy card.

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  4. Nancy, this is such a wonderful image! I love the sentiment and your beautiful designer paper!

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  5. What a fun card! I love that dp--thanks for the link...I'm headed over right now to check it out!

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  6. Fantastic card and wonderful sentiment! Love the music background too.

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  7. So fabulous!! Love the image and so great to use that background music paper - lovely colour scheme too :)

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  8. Get down! I see Marisa is ready to dance. We'll have to contact Bearzi about that punchiez song. Super paper for your bg. Great you and daughter got a day of crafting together.

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  9. Oh, how cute, I love it. Gorgeous paper.

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  10. Hi sweetie this is so gorgeous, perfect sweetie, thank you for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge this week huggles Pops x x x

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  11. happy card..wonderful.. love the sentiment
    - samir

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