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SCS Featured Stamper Cards

I was able to find time to make several cards this weekend - may be my last weekend to play before Crystal's May wedding and Allie's Graduation.

My first card is for the Haunted Design House challenge - HDH164 - Bare Bones. I used a Skelly image from Dilly Beans and cased THIS fun card from ebparker. I know my card is on the cutesy side for HDH, but it is what it is and I had to play as the HDH challenge is one of my favs.



Actually, I cased several cards by ebparker who is the FS322 at SCS. Here are two more:



This card is made with an image from Lynne Stansbery called Antique Ornament:



Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Hugz!

Comments

  1. Fabulous CAS cards! We love Dilly Bean at HDH. thanks for sharing. xxD

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  2. A gorgeous array of cards :) That ornament image is gorgeous and fabulously coloured too :)

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  3. Nancy, love the way you play, three great cards. I have that ornament, havn't done anything with it yet, but now that I have seen it done, you have inspired me. Love the hearts and the sentiment too.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  4. Great DB card - those little figures are fun. Super CAS example. Thank you for playing along at Haunted Design House
    IKE x

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  5. These are all fabulous Nancy, I love how you have matched the sentiments with these images.
    Kevin xx

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  6. OUtstanding cards Nancy but I'd have to say the first one is my favorite!

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  7. All of these are amazing! Enjoy the celebrations ahead and don't stress out (especially as the mother of the bride).

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  8. FAB CAS cards. Love the Dilly Beans Image. Thanks for sharing with us at Haunted Design House :)

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  9. Fabulous creating, Nancy. I love the sentiment on your heart card. They're all great. You really have a lot going on. I know the wedding will be beautiful. And, a graduation....you're going to have an empty nest before you know it.

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  10. Nancy - Congrats on your win in our Spring Blog Hop from Pattie's Creations! Make sure you stop in the challenge blog and follow the instructions in the post.
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

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  11. I really love the simplicity of this CAS card. the skellies look great love the colours you have done them.Thanks for joining us at hdh

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  12. These cards are just amazing. I especially like the first one and the message it gives.

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  13. More fantastic creations! Now the first one is just awesome! Have a fantastic Friday!

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