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Words About Friends and a Toaster

I woke up early and made some cards - good thing since we lost power about 8:00 and just got it back in time to start lunch.

I visited the Can You Digi It? blog to see what my old friends were up to and noticed they are having a Sketch Challenge this week. I couldn't resist. My cool highway digi paper is from Green Goddess Creations and is available at Can You Digi It? My favorite song this week is The Highway Don't care sung by Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift and I thought some of the lyrics would go really well on this card:



After I made my first card, I dropped by Retro Sketch and Dilly Beans and couldn't resist playing along with them either. It is think pink at Dilly Beans and I cropped up this fun Amalia and Laylah image and the Retro Sketch this week is wonderful.



Next, I caught up on the Queen for the Day challenge (QFTD #162) at SCS where Jeanne S. is the Queen for the week. I looked through her gallery and found THIS cute card. I was going to favorite it and then realized I had already favorited it before - good to know I still have good taste! LOL! Love Jeanne's work! I used a fun Pattie's Creations toaster image since it was the closest I had to Jeanne's fun sliced bread image. My twine got a bit messed up in the picture taking - so just pretend it is straight when you look at it:



Now off to my Great Nephew's Birthday party for some great hugz and party food. Hope you are enjoying your weekend! Hugz!

Comments

  1. Sorry to hear you lost power, but glad you got a change to make some cards in the mean time. All of these cards are super nice but my favorite has to be your highway card. It's just lovely. Hope you have a fun time at the party and a good week ahead.

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  2. You've been busy :) Lovely mix of cards.

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  3. Thanks for your comments. I just finished making 300 Mother's Day cards so I'm spent LOL! Otherwise I would help you with yours :) Hang in there - you'll get them done.

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  4. Each card is absolutely terrific! Great colors and layouts!

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  5. These are all fabulous Nancy, I love all three!!
    Kevin xx

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  6. Fantastic- thanks for joining us at Dilly Beans. :)

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  7. Fantastic cards Nancy! I really like that song too and how Tim and Taylor sound together! I like how you put the lyrics onto a card, and that toaster is mighty cute too!

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  8. All three of these are fantastic! Love the super simplicity and stylish design on all of them :)

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  9. What great paper on your first card...very cool creation. Your 2nd card is so cheerful and sweet...again fun papers. That toaster is a cutie and made a great card, along with your creativity, of course.

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  10. Beautiful cards. You have been busy.

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  11. Nancy,
    Wow - you ar a busy bee! I love all of your cards - as always. The first one is so awesome - that DP is perfect! And, my fav is the last one one with the toaster and toast - it made me laugh out loud. Hugs, Kathy

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  12. Cute cards! I especially like the middle one, adorable!

    Thank you for playing with us at CYDI?

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  13. What a fabulous set of cards! LOVE the toast one--I think it's my fave! Thanks for joining us at CYDI! :)

    PS: I have a DT call going for a new challenge called House of Cards if you're interested! :)

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