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Lots of Dots!

We are going dotty at Squigglefly this week - the challenge is to use dots on your image or papers. I used dotted papers, dots on my image, and dots around my image.


My image is by James Horvath and is called Twins. I added some more babies since I wanted to give my card to a girl at work who was lucky enough to have quadruplets. I know she will appreciate this card.

James' third children's book as recently published! It is called Work, Dogs, Work: A Highway Tail and you can check it out HERE.

Hugz!

P.S. I am putting on word verification for a little while to try and stop some anonymous comments - I promise I won't keep it on long!

Comments

  1. Great card and I love how you added more babies. Your friend will love it too.

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  2. Your card is so cute. I love that you added in more babies. Your friend will love the card. I cannot imagine taking care of this many babies.

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  3. Oh, what a fun card and I love the sentiment. Congrats to your co-worker having quads....oh my goodness. She will be a busy bee for several years, but what fun!

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  4. LOL!! Well isn't this the truth!! LOL!! Such a fun card and very fitting for the dotted theme as well!! Your coloring is fabulous my friend! ;) Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
    My Blog: Stamp Smiles

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  5. Nancy,
    So very adorable and the added babies adds more fun. Wow, your co-worker having quads - I am getting tired for her just thinking about that - but still a wondrous blessing!

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  6. I've missed some awesome cards while I've been gone! Always such a pleasure to visit your blog and see what you're creating!

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  7. This is a brilliant card Nancy, I love all of the dots and how clever to add the additional babies.
    Pauline
    x

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  8. Brilliant fun card Nancy, I love the image and the sentiment
    Kevin xx

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  9. Ain't that the truth! LOL This parent was worn out a long time ago! LOL Fun card Nancy, and just look at all those joyful souls in Mommy's arms! LOL

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  10. Hi Nancy, I just popped back to say thank you for the lovely comment you left on my card for the Scrapping4Fun Winners Challenge, I would very much appreciate your vote on the challenge blog http://scrapping4funchallenges.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/voting-grand-prize-winner-challenge.html if you get a spare minute.
    Many thanks.
    Pauline
    x

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  11. Great card, love the sentiment, and how true!
    Hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  12. This is SOOOOO CUTE......and very true too! LOVE IT!
    Sorry I haven't been around but have been out of town for the last week. Just joined as a follower too.
    Lynn

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  13. Hey Nancy, I hope you're well! I love love love this image & how you've showcased it!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  14. Cute card...and as others have said before me. That sentiment is so True!!!!

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  15. This is soooo cute!! What a fabulous card for a mom of quadruplets!! I love how you raised your image!!! True sentiment too!!!

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  16. Quadrupletes!!! Oh my!! Perfect card for her!!

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  17. What a fun card, but oh my gosh, QUADS?!?! I can't imagine! Bless her, bless her, bless her, BLESS HER! She'll love this card made especially for her!

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