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A Lure and Some Snow

At Dude Time Doodles, the challenge this week is Happy Holidays. This is a great challenge theme for me because I have a bunch more Christmas cards to make. The prize for this week's challenge is a $50 certificate to Its Cheaper than (OM - you have got to check this place out if you love die cuts and Sizzix - which I do).

I used Lure 2 on my card. This image is soooooo cool and it is only 49 cents. You can use it so many ways and it works great for a fisherman. I showed it to my Bunco group last night, and they all flipped over it! Can't you visualize how fun it would be with hearts on the little hook instead of snow for Valentines?

I am in a CAS mood lately (must be due to the fact that I still need a zillion Christmas cards. I am entering this card in the Addicted To CAS challenge #1 (ATCAS#1). If you don't know about this new challenge blog, you need to check it out. Their first challenge has the code word SNOW. The guest designers are some creative gals.

Make sure to join us in the Dude Time Doodles Challenge - here are some reasons you need to do it:

1) Everyone can use just one more Holiday Card or decoration!
2) The prize is really BIG! $50 is a big certificate and Its Cheaper than is a great store.
3) There are only a few more Dude Time Doodles Challenges and then they will go away! (If you have doing the challenge on your bucket list you won't ever be able to mark it off.)
4) The Dude and Dudettes leave some of the best gallery love out there!
5) You can use any image as long as your creation fits in the Holidays Theme.
6) If you want to use a Dude Time Doodles Image - there are some in the store as little as 49 cents (like the one I used) and the store has a ton of Christmas images (just look at some of the cool creations the DT used for this challenge).

And Lastly, if you enter the challenge and you leave me a note here that you entered the challenge (even the Dude Time Doodles DT can enter), I will put you in my own drawing for a prize. The prize will be a hand tied fishing lure made by one of the men in my family. I will get it to you before Christmas so you can give it to a fisherman on your Christmas list OR you could use it on a card like I have been known to do - LOL!

Hugz to all!


  1. Your card made me smile the moment I saw it - it's SO creative for any fisherman (or anyone) and I love how you made the lure into a Christmas card!! Fantastic card and fantastic idea!!!! Love the sentiment with it too. Perfect!

  2. This is sooooo fun, Nancy!!! Love how you used the fishing lure and dressed it up for Christmas. Fabulous card :) Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving!

  3. Aren't you the creative one? What a great idea to use fishing lure and make a Christmas card for anyone who loves fishing.
    Hava wonderful Thanksgiving, Nancy.

  4. What a great card, I love the concept of using Lure for all those different themes!
    Thanks for the chance of winning a hand tied lure!
    I'd love to win that!
    Dawn xx

  5. An absolutely brilliant card Nancy, I love it!!
    Kevin xx

  6. Well, loving to fish myself, I love this! Great idea. The colours are so vibrant and that hook with the snow is delightful! Thanks so much for playing along in our first challenge at ATCAS! xx

  7. Nancy this is just so clever - I love it - very creative and isnt it amazing that any image can become a Christmas creation!!!

  8. Now this is so cute and unique. You have some very wonderful ideas for Christmas cards that are fun and can be personalized to those on your card list. This is darling.
    Happy Thanksgiving
    Bear Hugs,

  9. Hi Nancy, This is a fabulous card! The love your color scheme and clean lines, gorgeous!

    Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting on the Miracle Salve I made. If you'd like to e mail me here's my address: gonestampin(at)gmail(dot)com

    Happy Happy Thanksgiving my friend!


  10. Hi there, what a clever card ! Look how you have used the stamp and I can see so many possibilities here too. Thank you so much for sharing with us on our first ever challenge at Addicted to CAS and good luck.



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