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Some Kissy Fish


Aren't these new "Kissy" fish by Diana Garrison just the cutest? This week's Squigglefly challenge (SFC0513) is a recipe! I really love to have a recipe as a jumping off place when I cook, so I think it is very inspirational when paper crafting as well. The recipe is a circle, a button, and a flower (or 2 circles, 6 flowers and a button like I used - LOL). This week the inspirational creations at Squigglefly are from Rhonda's team so be sure and check them out (the links are on the blog).

So gather your buttons, circles, and flowers and join us in the challenge.

Hugz to all!

Comments

  1. What a sweet card. Look at those cute kissy fishes. I love how you did them in pink and blue. I love the circle card. Who would thought you would have smooching fish on your counter today? :)

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  2. Super cute! Love the adorable fishes!

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  3. You have cooked up a fabulous card with this recipe Nancy, the fish are really sweet and I like the shape and the button.
    Kevin xx

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  4. Too cute! Love the little kissing fishes and your card recipe is a winner.

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  5. Great card Nancy. Your creations always put a smile on my face. hugs,x

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  6. Cool card, would be a great card for Valentine's Day. Love the scallop circle.

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  7. Nancy,
    You have the most interest counter - now you have kissy fish! Your card is so very adorable and just made me smile. Your coloring is wonderful on the sweet image!

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  8. Totally darling! I love your round fishy card, Nancy :-)

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  9. That is such a cute card! Adorable!

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  10. Eeeek!! Looky at you and this fabulous round card!! Love it! The fish are adorable and love the spray of pink along the bottom. Great card :)

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  11. Nancy this is just about the cutest card I've seen! I love the whole circle shape. It makes me think of the fish being in a fish bowl! I love how you colored them and the bit of sparkle you added to the hearts!

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  12. I love EVERYTHING about this card - the card shape. the details you added and especially those adorable kissing fish!!

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  13. Ooh, too cute, Nancy. I love your smooching fish and your perfect recipe. This would be a sweet Valentine card, too.

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  15. Nancy I'm so envious of gals that make circle cards-your is so cool! Great job
    Carolyn

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  16. AAck! Those fish are too cute with the heart-shaped tails! Adorable card and gorgeous coloring! Kissy Kissy Fishie Fishie - that has the makings of a catchy tune eh? :)

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  18. My kids always used to come and give me "fishie kisses" when they were little, squeezing their little cheeks together to make their lips pucker up, and this was a wonderful reminder of that fond memory!!

    Love that you have a "boy" fish, and a "girl" fish, and you are so clever with your buttons and flowers all over the circles - what a great shape card!!

    Hugz to you, sweet friend! LYMI

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  19. Fishy kisses with little heart shape lips-how sweet. These to love fishes are ready to celebrate Valentine's day. Here's a question: Do fish give "wet" kisses?.....hahahahaha My mind is in overdrive today! Love the shape of your card and the sweet pink flowers. Great Valentine!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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