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A Spunky Cupcake

Squigglefly Challenge this week is all about cupcakes - one of my favorite things!

I used a new image from the Squigglefly store called Joey's Got Spunk (a Cheryl Grant Alger image) and Cupcake with Sprinkles (a Fawn Palmer image). The Cupcake image was free on the Squigglefly Facebook page a few months ago and I love how happy it looks.

Grab a cupcake and join the challenge this week. Hugz!


  1. A cute image and great card Nancy. Like your motif.

  2. Spunk indeed! Such a cute cupcake image and your flowers are so sweet. Have a good week, Nancy.

  3. Absolutely stunning. So love the hint of vintage here and those rolled flowers are scrumptious.
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  4. Too cute. Love how you've combined the two images together to make this sweet card.

  5. Such darling images!!! Love how you've placed her in front of your cupcake Nancy!! :) Too cute!! HUGS

  6. This is a fabulous card, I love your gorgeous papers and rolled flowers.

  7. Such an adorable card. Combining the two images look great. I really like the added touch of the rolled flowers. TFS!

  8. Nancy,
    As always, a wonderful and adorable card! Your DP, layout and little flowers are all so pretty!!

  9. Super cute card and great use of the freebie!

  10. LOVE this card - Love how little Joey pops off the page. So adorable.

  11. Totally fun card. You have aced the rolled flowers and loving the bow!

  12. What a totally cute and fun card. I love how you put the images together. Great idea.

  13. What a fun image, so beautifully colored too! Those flowers look so cool! I love whenever someone attaches them to their cards like this - mine always fall off :)


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