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A Few Weekend Creations

The Queen for the Day Challenge at Splitcoast Stampers is so fun this week. Participants are to find another stamper with a similar name and case them. I cased Nan Cee's (since my name is Nancy) and I picked THIS beautiful card to case.


I used several SB dies and a Sizzix ef along with some ribbon from a Christmas present.

My Mom and Pop have an anniversary coming up soon and this is the card I made for them:


The image for this anniversary card is by Close to My Heart and the dies are by Tim Holtz and Impression Obsession.

At Sassy Cheryl's Challenge for this past week they are shining and sparkling so I added both elements:


I used Jump, Snowman, Jump which is available at Squigglefly.


Hope you are staying warm!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Happy Anniversary to your Mom and Pop. These cards are all fabulous Nancy. Glad to see you played along with the Sassy Cheryl Challenge this week.

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  2. Great cards...love the easel and looks as if you used my fave embossing folder, Textile. The anniversary card is so fun. Looks like a Viewmaster film. You know I love the snowman with the tinsel scarf...so adorable.

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  3. Wonderful set of cards. I have never made an easel card - may have to give one a try!

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  4. This is a fabulous collection of cards Nancy, gorgeous embossed details on the first one and I love the adorable snowman on the last one. Wishing your Mom and Pop a Happy Anniversary, your card is brilliant, I'm sure they will love it.
    Pauline
    x

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  5. All of these look fabulous. It would be hard to choose a favorite. Hope you're staying warm. It's supposed to be -2 degrees here tomorrow night and not much warmer in B'ham.

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  6. Beautiful cards Nancy, I love what you made for your parents, just lovely! Love the snowman, and the tinsel for the tassel is brilliant!

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  7. Great cards Nancy, and that Viewmaster card really took me back to my childhood!! I got one for Christmas and just loved that danged thing! Thanks for the memories ;)

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  8. beautiful cards nancy. i love your range of designs and colours and the images are gorgeous :d

    xx coops xx

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  9. WOW. . .these are all fabulous. So creative and fun.
    Thanks for playing along in the Sparkle & Shine challenge this past week with my Sassy Gals!!!

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  10. Goodness, you have been busy! Love the soft pretty butterfly card with the embossed layers - the viewmaster card just takes me back ( I still have mine somewhere!) and it's such a great idea for a card - the little snowman is super cute with his added bling - they're all fabulous :)

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  11. Wow, you have been busy as a little beaver. I love all the cards. I really like your parents anniversary card. Awesome papers and image.

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  12. Oh! these are all wonderful! lovin all the sparkle and shine!
    so glad you joined in our Sassy Cheryl Challenge this week!
    hugs
    Judy

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