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It's "Use a Sentiment" week at Squigglefly (Challenge#7 this year - SFC0713) and team Rhonda (Rhonda's Rowdy Rascals) made up some really darling cards to inspire you. Mine was made using the My Doggie image and sentiment from Lynne Stansbery. The set has 4 fun sentiments and is super reasonably priced at $3. I tested this adorable image and sentiment on 21 women this weekend to make sure it had a high cuteness factor, and it passed with flying colors!

Everyone needs to grab a sentiment and come play with us. Anyone can play but you need to use a Squigglefly sentiment or image to qualify for the awesome prizes (there are free images available so that makes it easy).

The Snappy Scrappers Retreat I just got back from yesterday was wonderful! Getting away to the mountains with no technology or chores of any kind made me feel like a kid again!

Hugz to all!


  1. Hi Nancy, this image is adorable I like the way you have framed it and I like the sentiment.
    Kevin xx

  2. Terrific card Nancy. The image is so very precious!

  3. Nancy, this is just it! And, twenty one other women loved it, too. That was a real test. I'm sure you had the best time...glad you could get away and enjoy your weekend. Hugz~~

  4. so stinkin' cute!! Such a great image and sentiment together!!!

  5. I'm glad you had a good time Nancy. Your card is just darling. I love the clean and simple layout and the way you have the image coming off the side of the card. Great stitching too!

  6. Nancy, this is just as cute as can be. I love this image and how you used it. Great job stitching, too. (no crooked sewing like I do) :) Sounds like you had an amazing time. I remember how much fun you had last time, too.

  7. Nancy,
    This is so sweet and adorable! Everyone needs a hug now and then! The stitching looks wonderful as well! Sounds like you had an awesome time at the retreat!

  8. What an incredibly adorable card! The image is so dear, and those paw prints just seal the deal! Love it! I'm glad your retreat was a fun time for you :)

  9. Your card has a huge cuteness factor! Love the image and the colors you choose. Glad to hear you had a fun crafting retreat.

  10. Awww isn't that a darling image. This image just pulls on my heart strings. It's as sweet and adorable as it can be. I need an update on the Wedding. Is it still purple and turquoise, hydrangeas, and burlap?
    Bear Hugs,

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  12. Insert a big "Awwwwwww..." right here - this is too precious for words! Can only imagine the love being transferred with this hug - Lynn's images are so extra special, but your expertise using the black nestie to bring out the picture, the stitching and those two tiny paw prints is just too adorable for words! LYMI and sending some big hugs - Glad you got that weekend away!!

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  14. This is definitely a winner in the adorable test!! Such a cutie and a lovely card too. Hope the wedding prep is going ok :)

  15. WOW what a fabulous creation!!! LOVE your design and that image is just adorable! Thanks so much for playing in this week's Squigglefly challenge! Hope you'll come back again next week!
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  16. This is one of the most precious images I've ever seen!! I love that little girl with her dog, and the beautiful card you made with it!

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