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Some Hugs and a Few 'Flies


Can you ever have enough "I am thinking of you" cards? I love this sentiment stamp from SU! Makes me feel warm inside every time I see it. All my supplies are SU! other than the Sizzix tag die and Walmart wired ribbon leftover from Christmas.

Wow moving from a laptop to a desktop really magnifies the flaws in my cards and photography!

Hope you are all having a wonderful week - there is a chance of a few snow flakes here in Middle Alabama. That is a rare occasion so everyone is either excited or freaking out (even me - LOL - I just don't know which one to do). A few days ago it was in the 70s so we are a mixed up bunch.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Wonderful card to remind someone you care! Hope you get a little snow, enjoy!

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  2. Just glad you're getting to upload this pretty card, Nancy. You've had too much puter trouble. You better not get snow and the people in North AL be left out. I don't think I'll see a flake...just more rain. We've had 13 inches and maybe a little more since the middle of December. We're close to needing an ark. I'll be checking the windows for a flake to fall. LOL

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  3. Wonderful card. Love the argyle background. Glad you've got a computer to use, even if it's a desktop :-). I hope the snow waits till I get back to AL before starting - hate driving in it

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  4. This is gorgeous Nancy, I like the backing paper the tag and the butterflies.
    Kevin xx

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  5. This is so classy, Nancy! I really like that argyle patterned paper. Looks like you got a work out punching those butterflies!

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  6. Love this!! The yellow and grey colour combo - check, the butterfly - check, the sentiment - check. It just works so beautifully together :)

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  7. Pretty, I like the designer paper you used, and the color combo!

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  8. My kitchen is the heart of my home. This is where my family gathers. It lives with my kids running around fighting for the last cookie! I want it stylish because we spend so much time here. Getting Quartz Kitchen Countertop was the cherry on the cake. I love it!
    Quartz Kitchen Countertop

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  9. What flaws? I don't see them! I had some of this paper, I think. It's Stamping Up, right? Love the cluster of butterflies. :)

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  10. Bust me up girl....what are you talking about "flaws"???? Your cards do not look any different to me. We are most critical of ourselves sometimes to the point of taking away are creativity!!! Make what you love, love what you make. This is so pretty. I love that paper and the embossed butterflies are perfect.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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