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Sunrises and Sunsets!

This morning, I woke up and looked outside my kitchen window. I got a big surprise - the sky knew it was the Fourth of July!


And every day must come to an end so I did a card showing the sunset somewhere cold - the opposite of what it is here in Alabama! This week there were a lot of challenges with the Sun so I am participating in several of them with this fun little Sassy Cheryl image called Jump, Snowman, Jump (available at Squigglefly).


Challenges:
Squigglefly - Let the Sunshine In
Splitcoast Stampers - Queen for the Day - I cased THIS card by mr33634
Splitcoast Stampers CAS Challenge #279 Sunsets
Pile It On #26 - Outdoor Fun
Addicted to CAS - Sun
Christmas Card Challenge #31 - Anything Goes

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Happy 4th of July Nancy, love your fun card
    Kevin xx

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  2. Hi Nancy. Oh my gosh ... that is a gorgeous sunrise ... perfect timing for celebrating the big day!! Happy 4th of July to you! Your card is so adorable!! I love the expression on the face of the snowman ... he looks happy staring up at the bright sun. Little does he know that it might melt him away :) Fun card! Thanks for joining us at ATCAS. Loll xx

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  3. This is a fabulous card Nancy, I love your whimsical snowman, he looks fabulous against the white embossed background.
    Pauline
    x

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  4. Beautiful way to start the day with such a stellar sunrise! Love your card and the background is beautiful! Guess you needed a little coolness with the cute snowman!

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  5. That sky is awesome, thank you for sharing such a great picture on the morning of the 4th!! Love your glittery snowman, too cute! Thank you for joining us at Pile It On!! :)

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  6. Well a gorgeous sky in that picture. And that darling snowman is just as precious as can be. I love the different types of embossing on this one and your little flowers. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

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  7. A gorgeous sunset photo and your card is so elegant. Love the embossing.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  8. Ah, yes......a snowman. I can hardly wait to start making those. Your photo is beautiful. Hope you had a great 4th of July. It was so beautiful here and the temps perfect. I love your card.

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  9. Oh how I love that image! Cute card :)

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  10. Beautiful sunrise you had Nancy! I really love your card. The sparkle is wonderful against that yellow sun backdrop, and I love the beautiful embossing.

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  11. What a lovely sunrise that was and wish you a belated happy independance day.
    Your card makes me smile. I love the snowman and the embossing.

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  12. Wow, your card stopped me in my tracks this morning, Nancy! What gorgeous compilation of the embossing, the roundness of the image to show the idea of the sun and that dramatic color! Came together as a beautiful Christmas in July card! You might like to visit the Christmas in July challenge at http://yourscrapbookplace.blogspot.com/2014/07/christmas-in-july-challenge.htm

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  13. Love everything about this! So cute! Sorry I've been MIA, but you've been busy and have created some great projects. Especially like the watermelon carriage and the nuts and bolts card. I was just down in your neck of the wood and it was HOT!

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