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Squigglefly Fever

Fun, fun, fun. I am one of the newest Squigglefly DT members - how fun is that! I have always loved the place with all the zillions of image choices.

This past week someone sent me an email that had some precious pictures of older people having fun and one of the sayings was: "put a twinkle in your wrinkle." I vowed to make a card with that saying the minute I read it. I found this unbelievably fun Lynne Stansbery Image called Smile Pretty. Used some glossy accents on those glasses. This card so makes me smile!


I also made a card for last week's Teapot Tuesday Challenge on SCS - the challenge was to do a card with Harley's or Americana or both. I used the American Pie image by Cheryl Alger. I stretched the pie out to make the star look more even but it looks so much more fun when it is a mile high like it was drawn.


The card is going in the mail to someone who needs a bit of encouragement due to some serious health issues. Inside it says:"and chocolate, key lime, lemon, pecan, chocolate pecan, pumpkin, cherry cream cheese, sweet potato, or any other kind of pie you like!"

Hope you all had a great weekend and that this week is full of many blessings!

Hugz!



Comments

  1. so glad to see these two nice cards this morning, first one will make anyone smile who will look at it, loved it, liked your creativity with the pie, perfect encouragement card..
    samir

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  2. These cards are fantastically fun, Nancy!! CONGRATULATIONS on your new DT spot. You will be awesome!!

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  3. So excited to have you join the DT at Squigglefly. This is my third term and I'm still lovin' it! Love your cards - especially the first one. Absolutely love the brown/black combination and your colouring is fabulous. Love your newbie excitement and look forward to more gorgeous creations! Hugs, Charlene

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  4. Whoo hooo - you go girl :) Congrats on the DT! Two fun cards that make you smile.

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  5. Hey Mama-you back on the computer???? Looks like you have been having fun in your craft area. Love your cards. Congratulations for making the Squigglefly DT. Love that image-it is so fun. I have to check your blog for more posts.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  6. Two fabulous cards Nancy, I have a twinkle in my wrinkles smiling at these, I love the first image and you have coloured both beautifully,Congratulation on your new Dt spot at Squigglefly, they are lucky to have you.
    Kevin xx

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  7. I knew you would have something on your kitchen counter today. And, what a fun card with the first one. That sentiment is perfect for the old man.

    Love your next card and I'm sure it will be a bright spot in the recipient's day.

    I see you have some good new to share, too. A BIG congrats on your new DT position. You'll wow them, that's for sure.

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  8. So wonderful to have you join our happy Squigglefly family! I know what you create will always be wonderful such as the two great cards today! The sentiments for both are perfect and I might have to CAS!

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  9. Congrats on your new dt! How exciting! I can't wait to see what all you do with all their images - you're off to a fantastic start. Love both of these cards and the sentiments on each. The pie one should definitely cheer up your friend.

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  10. So happy you are on the Squigglefly team. What fun. Yikes, does Kenny know you have a man on your kitchen counter today? :) I love this card, it is cute and you have colored it wonderfully. I like the pie card, too, I will take a piece of each flavor, please.

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  11. Nancy your cards are wonderful! I really love the sentiment you used the Smile Pretty image - it's perfect and makes me smile! The glossy accents on the glasses is great too. Super coloring! Your pie card is such a great choice for the teaparty recipient! I love what you put on the inside of the card too. Everyone at Squigglefly is so thrilled to have you join us!

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  12. Such great cards, Nancy! I love the first because he is so funny! And the second for that fab layout and use of papers!

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  13. Beautiful cards Nancy!! Love the twinkle in your whiskers card - your coloring on the elderly gent there is perfection, and I love the sentiment too. Also loved the apple pie card - beautiful design and wonderful sentiment - inside and out!
    Hugs,
    Audrey

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  14. Oh my gosh, Nancy, like you are running on all cylinders here! - Congrats on the Squigglefly DT - you have so many wonderful and off the wall ideas - I am always so pleasantly surprised by your wonderful cards.

    The older gent is the perfect subject for this sentiment you found and I love how you framed him out - the Americana card from last week's teaparty I missed, sad to say, but it is Americana and tradition at its best, for sure! Love the checkered and red and blue BG and your rusty star is a great embellishment! A very sweet card to lift someone's spirits!! Sending lots of hugs - yes, I finally made it here!!

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  15. Look at you, Miss Squigglefly! Congrats! These images are different and interesting. Love the old dude and the way you've framed him.

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  16. Hey, congrats on the DT!! Looking forward to seeing what you do :)
    love both cards - the sentiment goes perfectly with the image on the first one and the American feel to the second card is fabulous!

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