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A Happy Little Thank-you Card

Squigglefly's New Challenge (SFC2713) is all about Thank-you cards. We all need more of those! This one is going to a special friend who never fails to encourage me in my artistic endeavors - Holly. Holly is our fearless leader at Squigglefly. She is sweet, sweet, sweet and both design teams have gotten together to make Thank-you cards to send to her! Thanks for all you do Holly!

I used a new Squigglefly image by Diana Garrison called You Have My Heart. I was in a die cut/punch mood as you can tell. I used Tim Holtz dies, SU! Embosslet Heart and Butterfly dies, a Sizzix Corner die, and a MS branch punch.

We would love to see your Thank-you Card Creations and here about who you want to thank, so come play cards with us! The prize is always wonderful at Squigglefly, but you need to use one of the zillions of Squigglefly images, backgrouds, and sentiments to be eligible (there are plenty of free ones at the store).



  1. Such a sweet card and the image is adorable! Love the background!

  2. I always think of what I'm going to say before I hit the comment button and rarely read what the others say until after I've posted. That being said.....Tammy pretty much said exactly what I was going to say. :-) Beautiful color combo too.

  3. That's an adorable image, Nancy. I love it with the birdie. Beautiful way to say thank you to someone and I'm sure it will be appreciated.

  4. Your card is just as cute as can be. I love all the awesome details you have added and the colors are great. Holly will love this fab card.

  5. great card lovely colours and super image
    Hugs Kate xx

  6. So pretty, Nancy! What a lucky friend to be getting one of your beautiful creations! Hugs, girlie!

  7. so gorgeous nancy. the sweet bird is adorable and I love your stunning design and colours :D

    xx coops xx

  8. Nancy, this is the sweetest card to go along with the sweetest day you and all the other fabulous ladies have given me. I love the spray of flowers and the green raffia. Such pretty papers you chose too! Thank you so much!

  9. This is just beautiful Nancy ... love your choice of colors!! It's been way too long since my last visit ... sorry about that! But it won't happen again ... I'm now following you on Bloglovin' so hopefully I can keep up! LOL! Hope you have a wonderful day and keep up the amazing work ... you are truly an inspiration!!!

  10. Again, so very pretty! Just love the colour schemes you pick, gorgeous :)

  11. Nancy,
    Your card is so beautiful and elegant. All of the die cut/punched pieces are perfectly arranged and highlight the lovely image. The colors are awesome as well.

  12. What a sweet thank you card. Great layout and your choice of colors is fabulous!

  13. Hi Nancy, I've been away now I'm catching up - that was a fabulous GDT Mouse Mouse card!!!
    This card is stunning, I love your design and gorgeous colour scheme, a beautifully coloured sweet image and gorgeous details!!

    Heather xx

  14. This is OH SO CUTE!! I am gonna have to get this image--love your card!

  15. love the card.. just so cute


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