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This week's Squigglefly challenge is "Face the Music" where we are inspired to make a card that depicts a song. Bet you can't guess my song -LOL! I used a Robin Willis image called Bad to the Bone which is also my inspirational song. Who doesn't know a baby this fits this card to a T! I love musical challenges and hope you will join us. If you want to be inspired by a new Squigglefly image, the store is still having its March Sale and you can get 15% if you use the code Spring15.

We got most of the invitations done this weekend with a little help from my friends (yay). Now we just have to get the RSVP cards done. I am so looking forward to seeing my sweet Crystal walk down the isle!

Hope you all have a wonderful week. Hugz to all!

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  1. Hi Nancy, this did make me smile I love the sentiment running round the image and the stars,
    have a great week.
    Kevin xx

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  2. OMGoodness what a cute, cute card! Love the image and the song!

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  3. Totally adorable card, Nancy!! I know a Mom getting ready to deliver her THIRD boy, who would love this idea on a card!! Did you do the sentiment on the computer or is it a digi?? So glad you got the invites done! Better get cracking on the rsvps too - it will be here before you know it! So excited for you!

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  4. What a cute card. The image is adorable and I love the stars. I just got a new grandson so my son would probably love him to have a onsie that said that. LOL Hugs.

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  5. What a fabulous baby card! It made me laugh and George Thorogood's song immediacy came to mind.

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  6. Totally fun card :) Love how you used the stars. Yeah for getting the invites done!! Always a big job. Can't wait to see pictures of your gorgeous bride :)

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  7. Totally sweet baby card, Nancy! I just love that fun onesie :-). Congrats on wrapping up the wedding invitations – yay for helpful friends!

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  8. Nancy, this is just so cute! I love the papers you used with this, and the little star embellishments are wonderful! Congratulations on getting your invitations finished!

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  9. Nancy,
    This is too adorable and so, so true! The papers and embellies are awesome. By the way, I love the song!

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  10. One cool onesie!! Great choice of image and fab card :)

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  11. Fun onesie, Nancy! I like the stars, too. I'm glad you're coming along with the wedding...what a job, but fun. Your Crystal will be a beautiful bride.

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  12. Just precious, Nancy! It makes me smile.

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  13. If that isn't the cutest. Love how you did the stars with the little dots. It highlights you image perfectly. This is just darling.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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