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Thankful For You


This week's Squigglefly challenge theme is Thankful For You. I am so thankful for my friends - my animal friends and my people friends. My image is by Lynne Stansbery and is called I Love You Old Pal.

The prize is really great so grab your favorite Squigglefly image or one of the freebies in the store (by the way there is a really cool new freebie in the store)and join us in showing others how thankful we are for them.

Hugz!

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  1. Oooooosh! What a slobbery kiss that must be.....so adorable......a boy and his dog. I'm sure they are both thankful for each other. Love those big dots/circles on your card.

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  2. There is nothing sweeter than a puppy kiss, but this guy is no longer a puppy. Big or small there is something so special about fur babies and their kisses. This is a precious picture in my eyes and I love how you presented it with the polka dotted paper and the beautiful plaid ribbon. Have a special day.

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  3. I love the image! Beautiful card!

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  4. That would be one slobbery kiss LOL! Darling image and a great card :)

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  5. WOW!! Such a precious image!! I love the soft colors on it too! HUGS :)

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  6. I love this! Such an awesome frame for an awesome image!

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  7. Awesome!!! I love the image and the card with those big polka dots, but that big bow sealed the deal for me!

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  8. Just love it! The image is priceless and I love your masculine take on this card.

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  9. Nancy,
    So sweet and adorable - who couldn't love this wonderful and sweet image!!

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  10. I love this image. I love all of Lynne's images. I really like the dots and the plaid bow together. A perfect card.

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  11. what a fun image... it makes me smile and go to love Lynne's images

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  12. Nancy I love your choices of papers and doing the image in a neutral wash-always creative!
    Carolyn

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  13. wow so stunning nancy.totally adorable image and i love your colouring and fabulous design :D

    xx coops xx

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  14. I just love this! Your colouring is fantastic and the papers and bow really finish it off perfectly. Michelle x

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  15. Nancy you did an amazing job with this! I love the sepia tone this has and that big fabric bow is wonderful!

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  16. So precious!! The image is just delightful and beautifully done, I love the big polka dots and the snazzy ribbon is the perfect finishing touch :)

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