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More Cute Little Mice

Time again for the House Mouse & Friends Monday Challenge (#152)! This time it is about Transport/Transporting/Transportation - you know going somewhere by some means (mentally or physically - LOL) or moving something by some means. These sweet little mice are so creative and they have found a way to make a sailboat out of a teacup. They must either be totally relaxed or making that sail tired them out - either way they are awfully cute! Wonder where they are going?

This is my last card as a guest designer in the challenge. I had so much fun doing cards for this challenge and appreciate all the encouragement the DT members provided. You are all a very talented and sweet group.

Hope this finds you transporting somewhere relaxing and fun, and I hope you will grab your favorite HM image and join us in the challenge!



  1. love the added texture on this wonderful card and it is great to have you with us this time around
    Hugs Kate xx

  2. What a cutie, Nancy. I'm sure you've had fun with the team. You've used some wonderful embellies on your card.
    Yes, the clock is ticking down on the first game of the season. How exciting!

  3. Adorable image Nancy and the burlap and cork really make it pop! Fabulous card!

  4. This is such a darling design! Love the floating meeces and the added accents like the cork corner and tea wrapper! So brilliant! :) HUGS

  5. Hi Nancy awww this cute mice sure know how to travel..hope its 1st think I NEED this stamp..Many thanks for all your stunning super creations you have made while a GDT with HM & friends chall, a pleasure to have you design with us.

    smiles Christine x

  6. Hi Nancy, love this stamp, have it just no time to use it, but it is perfect
    for the transport challenge. Love all your extras too, like the grass. Was so much
    fun having you designing along with us for our challenges, thanks so much for all your
    lovely work, your contributions have been awesome.


  7. Such an adorable image!! Love the burlap and the cork corner.

  8. Adorable H&M image you have used for todays card, great take on the 'Transport' theme.
    Super to have you with us as a GDT,
    Enjoy your evening,
    hugs Dorte

  9. This is just adorable Nancy, I love your beautifully coloured sweet image and such gorgeous colours and details"""

    Heather xx

  10. Nancy, this card is just gorgeous, love the little tea bag tucked in the flowers ! There are just so cute...will keep stopping by to see your lovely creations ! I have had so much fun doing the GDT for House Mouse & friends challenge too,
    Kate x

  11. Nancy, this card is just gorgeous, love the little tea bag tucked in the flowers ! There are just so cute...will keep stopping by to see your lovely creations ! I have had so much fun doing the GDT for House Mouse & friends challenge too,
    Kate x

  12. A really nicely done card. All ths HM images are so cute. Not sure if I congratulated you on being selected at a Guest Designer. I had that priviledge a while ago, and you are right, they are really nice people to work with and they are all so talented! (and so are!)

  13. A perfect summer Transport card! I love this image and all the natural embellies you used too! It has been fun to have you on the team!!! ♥ Sue Kment

  14. Fabulous Creation, love that image. Thanks for joining us as a GDT.
    Happy crafting
    Mousey Hugs

  15. so gorgeous nancy.really adorable image and i love your fab design and colours :D

    x coops xx

  16. This is so cute. Love the Lipton label peaking out - so creative.

  17. This is totally adorable! I just love the creative textures you used :)

    Best crafty wishes!
    Staying Crafty

  18. can see the wonder in their eyes, flowers are looking so card Nancy...fef


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