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Do You Smell Carrots?

This week's Squigglefly challenge is BANNERS. You can use a banner on your card or an image that has a banner. I was in an orange mood so I made an orange card and used a new image by Judith Hart called I Smell Carrots.

Come play with us this week and remember to use a Squigglefly image to win (there are free ones in the store).



  1. Nancy, this is just precious. I love the snow on your card too. The musical sheet paper in the background is always a nice touch.

  2. Ha Ha...that sentiment is so funny with this adorable image. What a fun and precious card. I love it!

  3. Too fun! Great sentiment and I love the ribbon treatment (?) in the right corner. Love the orange too - refreshing!

  4. That's the perfect sentiment for this fun image! I love that bunny & his ears :) SO cute!!

  5. This did give me a chuckle Nancy,I like the sweet image the paoers and the great sentiment
    Kevin xx

  6. A very cute card and I love this sweet image.

  7. That image is just too cute and the sentiment is priceless. Darling card :)

  8. Love your card, just too cute!

  9. Looks fabulous - so simple and elegant! Love the added glitz and the cute image together :)

  10. Yes, I do smell carrots. Could it be because I scrapped and cut 5 pounds of them last I completely adore this sweet snowman-and using the orange is just fabulous-love that marmalade distress ink. It compliments his nose perfectly! The nose knows!!!! lol Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. When counting my blessings, you will be one of them. Luv You.
    Bear Hugs,

  11. LOL!!! This is absolutely adorable!! Love the fun banner and your gorgeous background with the sparkle! ;)

  12. This is a brilliant card, such an adorable image and fun sentiment.

  13. lol so stunning nancy.gorgeous fun image and i love your design and colours :D

    xx coops xx

  14. OMG, this is sooooooo cute, Nancy! I just said, "Awwww!" out loud!

  15. Nancy this is fabulous! I love the background you made - such great texture to it! The flecks of snow are great too, and what a fun way to do the little flags of ribbon on the side!

  16. Love this card the image is so cute, made me smile even more I have just got back from Centre Parcs, we went for their winter wonderland experience so the forest is all frosty and twinkly. Whilst in our cabin one day a fluffy little rabbit come bounding up to the patio doors. Luckily I had some carrots with me so I throw one out for him, the greedy little thing ran off with this whole carrot in his mouth off to the woods he went as quick as he could.. really made my family laugh. This card just really reminded me of that bunny.
    Thanks for sharing
    Hugs Kelly- Teamie xxx

  17. fun card, wonderful sentiment, love the musical scriblings, and yes I can smell the carrot.. :)
    - samir


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