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Snow Wishes

A new MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge starts today and the inspiration photos are soooooo fun:


I made a tag for a special bottle of wine using MFP's Holiday Tag, Brrrr, and (new) Creating with Pine Boughs sets.


Here is a little closer picture:

I am having a ball with the new Create with Pine Bough set!

Thanksgiving and Christmas is just around the corner - time to start getting those Christmas presents and hostess gifts ready.

I am hoping you will join us in this Inspiration Challenge. Remember you don't have to use an MFP image (but we would love it if you did).

Hugz!

Comments

  1. I love your snowman, Nancy, and the pine boughs. What a surprise, huh, coming from someone that LOVES snowmen. :-) I can't wait to get in full swing using them for Christmas. Super tag!!!

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  2. Your tag is absolutely adorable! What a great way to present a hostess gift.

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  3. So fun!!! I love your pine boughs with the snowman!!! Terrific tag!!

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  4. How precious!! I just adore snowmen and your tag really fits the bill with all of these fun photos! :) I love the added pine boughs too!! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
    My Blog: Stamp Smiles

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  5. How cute! A wonderful gift, and so festive, Nancy! Thank you for your kind, encouraging words on my blog recently. That is so nice that you take time out of your busy schedule to do that. hugs, de

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  6. This is a fabulous tag, such an adorable snowman.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. That tag is such a cute addition to an already great gift of wine. SOOOOO very cute! Love the pine branches on there too.
    Lynn

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  8. Nancy,
    Some happy camper is going to be loving this gift - yum! The tag is totally adorable and your piecing giving him matching scarf and mittens is perfect! P.S. Happy belated birthday!!

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  9. Love your tag, adorable snowman and the pine looks real!

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  10. this is gorgeous nancy.i love your fabulous snowmen and such a great way to personalise a gift ;D

    xx coops xx

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  11. Love that sand snowman!!! Your tag is simply adorable :)

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  12. You always have so much going on in the pages of your blog, Nancy, and boodles of inspiration for me! The pine bough creations are spectacular! And I'm so loving this bottle tag and super funny photos!! Hugs, Darnell

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