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An Angel and Some Poinsettias


I just love this sweet image from Sassy Cheryl called Catch a Falling Star (it is available at Squigglefly and the Sassy Cheryl store). In making this card, I used THIS lovely card by sistersandie at SCS (she is this week's featured stamper - FS358). I also used the Christmas Poinsettia by Elizabeta Kushner.

I am entering this in the Sassy Cheryl challenge for this past week which is Ribbons and Bows - my image has both on it.

I passed my test so now I am a Certified Quality Auditor! I have to tell you I was worried about that one! Now I am so far behind in my Christmas preparations that I am going to have to PUNT (seriously!).

I promise I am going to get around to everyone's blogs and catch up soon!

Hugz!!!

Comments

  1. Yeah Nancy, congrats on passing your test, I knew you would! Cute card, love the gorgeous poinsettias!

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  2. wow so gorgeous nancy.your poinsetia`s are fabulous and i love the sweet angel.huge congrats too on passing your test :D

    xx coops xx

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  3. This is gorgeous! Love the image and the poinsettias are so pretty. Congrats on passing your test! Had no doubts you would.

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  4. Wow. . .this is SUPER stunning. Love it. . . .
    Thanks for playing along in the Ribbons or Bows challenge this past week with my Sassy Gals!!!

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  5. How adorable, Nancy. Love the sweet image and those wonderful poinsettias. Congrats on getting your certification. Go, Nancy!

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  6. Congratulations on your exam and good luck on your punting. I bet your punting could put some of the rest of us to shame with your preparations for the holiday. LOL Your card is magnificent Nancy. Thanks for sharing it with us at Sassy Cheryl's this week. Have a very Merry Christmas sweetie.

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  7. Precious image and love the sparkle on the wings as well as the poinsettia cluster :) Congrats on the qualification :)

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  8. so sweet card, love image and poinsettias. Thanks for sharing this gorgeous card with us at Sassy Cheryl’s Ribbon and/or Bows Challenge,
    hugs Jasmina

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  9. This is a gorgeous card, I love your image and beautiful poinsettia embellishments.
    Congratulations on passing your test.
    Pauline
    x

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  10. Oh Nancy this is adorable. I love the flowers and Sally is beautiful...Thanks so much for joining us this week at Sassy Cheryl Challenges! Hugz, joann

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  11. Oh my this is absolutely gorgeous!! Love the pretty flower accents and star! :) HUGS

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  12. Congratulations on passing your test! I know you are glad to have that all behind you. Your card is so sweet. The poinsettias are amazing - you colored them just beautifully and I'm in awe of your cutting skills! The gold you used to punch the prances is really nice!

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  13. WTG Miss CQA! Well done on passing the test!
    Again, I'm loving this lacy oval diecut with that sweet image, and those poinsettias look just beautiful!
    Have yourself a very Merry Christmas!!

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  14. Congratulations on passing the Auditing test. People with attention to detail are good auditors-it's no surprise that this is the way your career is going. Your cards reflect your attention to detail. For instance that cute little star that you have accented to poinsettia with compliments the star in that little girl image. It's all in the details! You are going to be a fantastic auditor!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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