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A Darling Little Girl in a Hat


I just bought this absolutely adorable image called "Blow Me a Kiss" by Lynne Stansbery. I had to play around and make a few cards with it. On my first card, I printed the image out small and framed it with some SB dies and embossed papers. On the second card, I cased Laura Nehring (thecraftysister) who is this week's Featured Stamper on SCS. THIS is the card I cased.

We didn't get any storms today, but I still got a chance to make a few cards so it is all good! Hugz!

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  1. Precious image and cards :)

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  2. Beautiful cards and wonderfully colored! The image is priceless!

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  4. Nancy, this is just too sweet. I love the all white with that image and the wonderful die cuts. The second is precious with the doily and all the pink. Makes me want to hug and cuddle my little granddaughter.

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  5. Oh goodness - this is breathtaking Nancy! I need/want to get those dies to case you someday! But I have finally taken some time this afternoon to go carousing around and I just love ALL of your cards!

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  6. What a precious little image! I absolutely love these cards!!!!!

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  7. This is so precious. I like both cards, could not pick a favorite. As I said before, I really like Lynn's images...all are fabulous.

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  8. Both of these cards are gorgeous!!!!!

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  9. Just amazing. Both cards are stunning. Love them. :)

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  10. both so beautiful nancy.your designs are really pretty and I love the sweet vintage girl ;D

    xx coops xx

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  11. Two gorgeous cards Nancy, such an adorable image. I love the fabulous die cut details on the first one and the pretty papers on the second one.
    Pauline
    x

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  12. Gorgeous cards, I love this sweet image,I love the embossing.
    Kevin xx

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  13. Wow, what a beautiful image. I love that little girls sweet innocent face. Your cards are both very elegant and graceful to match the feel of the image. I just love them! Did you get my email about my suggestion for us to get together? Hope you day is wonderful!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  14. Both cards are absolutely beautiful. Love all the embossed and die cuts on the first one and the simplicity on the second. That digi is so very sweet.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  15. Both of these are stunning! Love how you played around with the sizing - that' sone of my favorite things about digis.

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  16. These both looks so very pretty - lovely design and layout on both but I especially love all the wonderful white elegance of the first one ;)

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  17. Wow Nancy, these are both spectacular! I love all the texture on your first card - very elegant. Your second card is very feminine and I love the flowers in the corner.

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  18. WOW! How did I ever miss these beauties? Both are STUNNING but must admit the design on #1 is my favorite! Beautifully crafted my friend! Well done!

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