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A Baby Reindeer

The newest Pattie's Creations Challenge starts today and the theme is Animals. Pretty easy theme! Pattie's Creations gives two prizes every challenge - one for cards made with Pattie's Creations Images and one for all the others. If you don't have a Pattie's Creations image, you are in luck! There is a huge sale in the store right now (September 14 -22nd) where you get 40% off if you use the code PATTIEBOOP1.

For my card I used the Holiday Reindeer image:


I used a lot of pink - my favorite Christmas color - LOL! The sketch I used is from Sketch Saturday:


Hope to see you in the challenge! Hugz!

Comments

  1. I've never thought of pink for Christmas, but it works very well. Thanks for broadening my horizons. Love this card, so cute and cheery. Enjoy the day.

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  2. Fabulous! Love pink and red together, really sets the holiday cheer!

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  3. Gorgeous card Nancy, I like the sweet image the papers and the flowers.
    Kevin xx

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  4. Love the colors, cute image too. Thanks so much for joining us at Sketch Saturday this week! ~Deb

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  5. Just adorable, Nancy. That reindeer is such a cutie and you always have the prettiest flowers on your cards.
    We watched the Bama game with our son while in Georgia last week. Whew!

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  6. Nancy what a vibrant Christmas card loving the layout. Isn't "Holiday Reindeer" so cute, I love him.
    Hugs
    Kelly- Pattie Teamie
    xxx

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  7. That is one very cute baby reindeer! Gorgeous card and love the papers. Thanks for playing along this week at Sketch Saturday, Niki xx

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  8. Nancy - I'm loving the hot pink colors on your card. The reindeer looks so cute in pink, great card!
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

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  9. Love all the pink for this sweet card. Love your paper choices too.

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  10. so gorgeous nancy.fab pretty design and colours and your reindeer is adorable :D


    xx coops xx

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  11. Love this vibrant happy card.
    - samir

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  12. He is such a cutie - love this card!!

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  13. AWW!! This is such a sweet little image!! Love the added flowers! HUGS :)

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  14. Oh how sweet!!! Love that little guy...and the pink scarf/hat - so cute!!!!

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  15. Nancy,

    This card is way too cute! I love how you colored my image too.

    Hugs
    Pattie ♥

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  16. That image is just so darn cute. Your diecuts frame it beautifully and your flowers are just perfect as the embellishment. Pink is wonderful for Christmas-it's so shabby chic! Love it.
    Bear hugs,
    Carol

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  17. CUTE!!!! Such an adorable reindeer and I love the pink in it too - fab card :)

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