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A Cup of Fun


I made this for the new Squigglefly Challenge SFC2813 which is Emboss Me - add something embossed to your creation. I used a embossing folder and my image is from Pam Lehto called Cup with Cherry. Pam is designing a different cup for each month and this is the new July cup. This is our team's week off, but once again the challenge is just too fun not to jump in on.

Embossing is such a great way to add interest to your card so grab your favorite embossing tool and Squigglefly image and join us. Hugz!

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  1. Oh, yummy! What a 'sweet' image. I love your flower treatment. Gorgeous card!

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  2. I love this--being the cherry girl that I am! Pretty doo dahs and flowers on it too! Love these colors!

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  3. Just gorgeous, Nancy. Looks mighty tasty, too.

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  4. Boy do I want some ice cream now LOL! Love the image and the flowers and flourishes you added under it.

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  5. OH WOW what a yummy creation! Awesome job my friend ... sure looks good enough to eat!

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  6. Looks delicious! Sweet card Nancy!

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  7. This looks so yummy Nancy, I like those flowers with the swirls.
    Kevin xx

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  8. Wonderful card and image. Love the glittery topping and that bow die needs to go on my wish list. :-)

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  9. That whipped cream with chocolate sauce/sprinkles looks good enough to eat! How fun is this! So glad you played along in the Squigglefly challenge this week!

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  10. Great card - don't you love Pammy's digis!!!

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  11. Trying to decide if this is a cup of hot chocolate or a hot fudge sundae in a cup!!! Haven't indulged myself in either one for a long time so this is making my mouth water....lol Love your rolled roses and pretty die cut and embossing. Such a pretty card Nancy.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  12. mmmmmm yum so gorgeous nancy.fab scrummy image and your details and design are stunning ;D

    xx coops xx

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  13. Lovely work! The card is just stunning and the embossing in the background is perfect for this week's challenge. Lovely work.

    Cheers, Holley

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  14. How cool is this!!! Love what you did with the topping...looks so YUMMY! Great job embossing.

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  15. gosh Nancy this looks delicious! I hope you don't send this to someone who's dieting! I really like how you colored the die behind the cup, and your flowers are so pretty!

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  16. That looks good enough to eat! Fabulous card Nancy. Michelle x

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  17. I love this card, do you mind if I case it.... I just love seeing what others do with my digi's. Can I ask where you got the lovely curly-ques you used under the roses.

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