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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!


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

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

  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.


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

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

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

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

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

  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're going to have an empty nest before you know it.

  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!

  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

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

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

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