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Two Fun Sports-themed Cards

The Squigglefly challenge this week is soooo easy: Square Cards! It is so easy, I did two! I used two fun new images by James Horvath Cheer II and Soccer Kick:


I gave the one above to my niece yesterday - her Mom said it looked just like her.


Inside this one says, Hoping you Kick that Bug - Get Well Soon.

Come join us - hugz!!!

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  1. Two fun cards...so well done!

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  2. Nancy,
    Both of your cards are just so adorable! Your layouts and papers are wonderful!

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  3. Nancy-I LOVE the rough edges for these papers--Inspires me to get out my TH edger and get busy! I always love your creativity!!
    Carolyn

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  4. very cool card... can just see this for a child and the joy in the image

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  5. so super cute!!! very fun new images!!

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  6. Two fabulous cards, brilliant images and I love the rich reds on the first one.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. Fabulous cards, Nancy. The first one makes me want to cheer - "Go, Fight, Win". :) You chose some really great paper for this one. The second is cute also. Love the sentiment.

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  8. These are so cute with those cartoon characters! I love the little banners on the sides and all the layering and distressing looks amazing! I hope you're enjoying your extended holiday weekend!

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  9. Both of these are so cute. Love all the layers and all the distressed edges.

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  10. Cute, cute cards Nancy! Very clever to use the second image for a get well card!

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  11. These are both really sweet Nancy, I like the fun images.
    Kevin xx

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  12. both so stunning nancy.i love your distressing and layers and fab fun sporty images ;D

    xx coops xx

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