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A Panda

The {Pin}spirational challenge is based on this sweet and very interesting picture:

My youngest DD is off at college and I miss her like crazy! She just pledged a sorority and their mascot is Panda bears so I thought I would make her a cute little Panda Bear card after seeing the super fun inspirational picture. I know she is going to love this! The image is a freebie from Beary Wishes.



  1. How adorable! The window is so sweet. Thanks for sharing.

  2. This is adorable. Love the little window and curtains. I know your daughter loved it too.

  3. This is really adorable and super cute. I'm sure your daughter will love it. I love how you done windov and little lace curtains. Super idea and thanks a lot for sharing.

    This is a gorgeous take on our {PIN}spirational photo.

    Thanks for playing with us this week and hope you stop by again soon.

    Hugs, Keti
    DT @ {PIN}spirational Challenges

  4. This is as cute as can be. A cute Panda and the window with curtains is perfect with it.

  5. Oh how I love your little Panda in the window. It has a down home comfy feel to it. You know I love my bears. I find this irresistible. The inspiration pictures is so cute. I know you miss you daughter like crazy. I am dreading the day Ryan leaves I'll tell you. Wes has been gone 2 weeks and it is was killing me that I couldn't even text him for a Have a great week.
    Bear Hugs,

  6. Lovely window card.Thanks for sharing the card with us at {Pin}spirational Challenges this week.
    Hope you will join us next week too.--Sheetal(DT)

  7. so gorgeous nancy.your white on white design and embossing are beautiful and i love your fabulous design and sweet panda :D

    xx coops xx

  8. OMGosh this is so super cute! I love it.

  9. Aaawww! Super cute panda - why are they so darn cute??? Love the window frame - great CAS card :)

  10. Absolutely stunning!
    Such a sweet card:)
    Hugs, Heidi:)

  11. cute cute panda...she will certainly love this..makes me happy to see this card

  12. Ohhh how cute!!! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge!! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!
    A Little Bit O' Paper


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