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I had planned to have all my Christmas cards done by Thanksgiving so now I am in a full blown panic - LOL. I made 6 of these cards so I am feeling a bit better. I put lots of glitter on this so it would qualify for the F4A144 challenge on SCS which is GLITTER!

I love this Rubber Stampede image - makes me smile everytime I see it.

Hugz!

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  1. This is a fabulous Santa image...it makes me smile too!
    Do you mind sharing the sentiment maker. I like this sentiment as I often stamp the sentiment a wee bit crooked. This sentiment would be perfect for me as it would not matter if I was slightly off.

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  2. SUch a fabulous image and you have framed and showcased him wonderfully!!

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  3. Fantastic card and the image is beautiful!

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  4. Gorgeous card Nancy, I like the santa the embossing and the doily.
    Kevin xx

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  5. Love this card and am going to have to check out that image. This is one fabulous looking Santa!

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  6. Love that image - best Santa I've seen!! Great CAS card and I love the embossed background too :)

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  7. Wow! Love this Santa and the colors are awesome! You are rockin'.

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  8. Pretty card! Plans never go quite the way we hope do they? Smile. I have most of my cards done...(all hand made) but I had planned to have them all addressed and ready to be mailed by now...I can't believe I have done what I have so far...though...some of last year's card got mailed after Christmas. I hope I don't do that again.

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  9. And now another stamp to add to my 'want' list!!! Wonderful card!

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  10. I love this image it is my favorite Christmas image, I do not have it though because I only buy Digital, live in South Africa and do not rely on the postage. xx

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