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It's time for the New Release Blog Hop at Dude Time Doodles!

I am thrilled to show off Elmer Elf - just one of the four new images. I love them all and plan to make Christmas cards with every single one of them. Be sure and pick them up soon in the store if you like them because all the Dude Time Doodles Images will be retiring in the next few weeks - sniff, sniff!

If you came to my blog from Sharon's amazing blog you can continue on to Mags who has another wonderful creation to show you. Dude Time Doodles blog hops are easy as you can hop on at any point and just continue around. Be sure and leave comments because one of the DT members is the mystery host/hostess and one of the commenters on their blog will win free images from the store.

Hugz!!

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  1. This is so cute, Nancy. Sounds and looks as if you are rollin' out the Christmas cards. Elmer Elf looks busy in Santa's shop...as he should be. :-)

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  2. Great job with Elmer! Love how you fussy cut him out and the little Christmas cookies! I'll miss being on the team with you, but I'll still visit all the time. And hopefully, we can actually meet in person sometime, since we live so close. (Did your team win this past Saturday?)

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  3. Great card and I love those cookies at the bottom.

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl

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  4. Love this card, great layout and top image, xxxx

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  5. Fabulous card and great coloring! Its been fun getting to know you! Thanks for all your wonderful work and support!

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  6. I love the little elf, great card.

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  7. What a fun card, Nancy! Love your coloring. So sad to see Dude Time closing. I'm going to miss it so much and masculine cards will never be the same. :-(

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  8. Great card. Love the circle shading. Makes the image pop.

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  9. Such a cute image and you have coloured him wonderfully :) Great touch with the sponging too. Cute card!

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  10. Brilliant card Nancy, Elmer looks great I like the papers, I will moss working with you, but I will still be visiting your blog.
    Kevin xx

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  11. Gorgeous card Nancy - love patterned papers and great DTD image of course!!! It's been great to be on the DT with you - so sad it's coming to an end!!!

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  12. Great card Nancy. Love the fab papers and how you have coloured the image. Been great working with you at Dude Time Doodles but will be popping by often to check out your creativity.
    Mags
    x

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  13. Nancy, it's been such fun working with you sweetie! I hope our paths will cross regularly in blogland! Your card is just fantastic & there will be a lot of lucky folks getting some awesome cards this Christmas!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  14. So glad I became your 100th follower, and look forward to seeing more off your creations, Nancy, thank so much for visiting my blog xxxx

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  15. Awe so sweet and cute, beautiful design and fabulous coloring. Gorgeous card! Thanks for visiting and leaving the sweet luv.
    Hugs
    Berni
    berni46blogspot.

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  16. Just had to pop over after reading your comment on my blog. I am happy to report that I will be cheering for Alabama on Saturday as well as you and Benzi. I am NOT a Georgia fan.....lol My team is the Florida Gators. So if Alabama beats GA it is definitely better for my team. Roll Tide!!!!

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  17. I always love seeing your creations Nancy! This is fantastic and I LOVE the background! Will definitely be popping in to say hi. Hugs, Charlene

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