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A Snowman With A Tree

Paper Cupcakes is letting me be a guest designer for November and December - fun, fun, fun! The company has some super fun images so this should be a fun 2 months.

The newest Paper Cupcakes/There's Magic in the Air challenge is to use this fun Snowmen with Tree image AND to include at least one snowflake on your creation. This cute image is free for short time on the There's Magic in the Air blog so head over there quick, grab it, create something magical, and enter it in the challenge. What a super free image, and you may win a free image if you win the challenge. If you are too late for the free image, there will be a link to the store so you can purchase it and still play in the challenge.

Here is my card:


I used some rusty metal stars from Hobby Lobby instead of snowflakes but stars and snowflakes are very close cousins don't you think?

I love the image so much that I made a tag too:


Hope to see you in the challenge!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Great card Nancy...love the snowman image, he is adorable and your choice of paper is perfect. Cute little tag too!

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  2. Congrats on your gtd spot! Love your card and tag, especially all the red.

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  3. Whoo Hooo!! Congrats on the GDT stint :) Love this image and the wooden(?) stars on the first card. Fabulous die cut flourishes on the second. Two wonderful creations!

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  4. Nancy,
    Your card and tag are so very pretty! I love the cardboard and doily on your card and the beautiful die on the tag! Wow!

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  5. Well, Ms. Nancy, you have certainly aced your first challenge over at Paper Cupcakes/There's Magic in the Air. I love your card and your tag. The rustic stars are so perfect on them. The doily reminds me of snowflakes. Thank's for being guest designer and playing cards with us. Hugs.

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  6. You know I love this snowman, Nancy. Just a cutie patootie. Your metal star looks great. BTW, I'm still in mourning. Ha

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  7. I meant to say I love the card AND the super tag.

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  8. Both your card and tag using this adorable image are gorgeous Nancy! I really love the shape of your tag and the cute stars you have added to both projects.
    xx

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  9. Nancy, your snowman is so cute. Love his spiffy red jacket.
    Pretty papers and the stars looks great on your card.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  10. Very cute snowman! Love both the creations and I think the rusty stars work really well :)

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  11. What a great card and tag! I just love that roly poly snowman with the star accent!

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  12. These are both awesome, nancy! Just too too cute! :)

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