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A Snow Scene and Some Christmas Cards

This week's Sassy Cheryl Challenge is Hats On (SCS#174) - this was easy as so many of Cheryl's images have hats. There is one more day of the challenge if you are interested.

This week at Splitcoast Stampers, the Queen For the Day Challenge has all the past Queens with screen names A-B. So many of my favorite people are on that list so I have decided to do as many cases as I can. I also decided to do them all as Christmas cards to start building up my stash of those.

Kathy (101Airborne) - you can see her card I cased HERE and here is my card:

Brenda (Benzi) - you can see her card HERE and here is my version:

Anne Ryan - click HERE to see her card and here is mine:

Audrey Ann - HERE is her card and here is mine:

I am so happy - I got 5 Christmas cards done! Yay! It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...



  1. A beautiful array of Christmas cards, Nancy!! Cute first one and love the red and kraft together!

  2. Hi Nancy! Your card is soooo cute! Love colors you used and layout is so adorable!
    Thank you for joining us at Sassy Cheryl’s Hats on Challenge, hope to see you again next week.

  3. Nancy, your Sassy Cheryl card is lovely...So glad you joined us again...The Christmas cards are all wonderful...Thanks so much for having some fun with our Challenges...Good luck in the drawing...Hugz, joann

  4. Goodness what beautiful cards! Each one is exceptional with gorgeous backgrounds!

  5. I just left SCS where I found you had cased my sheep card. Thank you so much. I am honored. And, I did get a memory left with me when I read your post. You girls are greatest!!! And, funny to boot.
    Your cards are all beautifully! You were a busy bee.

  6. Oh how wonderful these 2 circles look on your Sassy Cheryl card. The dimension is awesome. I love the use of ivory or cream as your main color in all your cards. They are gorgeous and to have gotten 5 quality designed cards done earns a BIG WOW in my opinion. I am off to check out SCS now. Thanks for sharing all these goodies at Sassy Cheryls challenge this week.

    PS. Did you link at Sassy Cheryl's Show Me Thursday Challenge too? Your post qualifies too.

  7. Your cards are all beautiful, but I especially love the last one with those beautiful vintage touches! I love the sentiment stamped over the wreath!

  8. fabulous selection of cards nancy.really love your stunning designs and colours :D

    xx coops xx

  9. Simply gorgeous. Each and every one of them!!!! And with the HOT weather we've been having. . .these are SO refreshing. Love them. Just stunning.
    Thanks for playing along in the Hats ON challenge this week with my Sassy Gals!!!

  10. You've been mighty busy here creating gorgeous cards! I LOVE the Sassy Cheryl's card...zoomed in to get a better look! I'm so glad you joined us this week for the Sassy Cheryl's challenge!

  11. Wow, Nancy! You are on a holiday roll! All your cards are wonderful. But I especially like the first one with the Sassy Cheryl image. It is a great layout of a card! Thanks for joining us for this week's Hats On Challenge!

  12. OMgosh Nancy! you really did get a great start on your Holiday cards, and honored so many of the past Queens!
    I LOVE this darling Sassy one, such a totally fun design and your coloring rocks!
    So glad you joined us for the Sassy Cheryl challenge this week!

  13. I'd welcome snow right now just to cool things down! Too cute! Your other cards are pretty also!
    thanks for playing our Sassy Cheryl's Challenge!

  14. Well done you for getting some Xmas cards done!! Love the red and cream batch, very elegant but especially love the Sassy Cheryl one! So very cute and the design is great - looks like she's in a snow globe :)

  15. Wow! You have been a busy gal! LOVE the die cut layers of your Hats On card - so pretty and the depth you have created is gorgeous! Beautiful CASE cards too and way to go working on the Christmas cards!

  16. Wow, you have been busy cranking out cards. They are all gorgeous. You have a head start on Christmas card making now.

  17. You will have to come and join me in the Speedy Tv Inspiration challenge.


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