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A Cute Snowman


Have you ever finished a project and then realized that you forgot a key point or requirement?  Well this week's Squigglefly challenge is You're a Dear - use a dear sentiment or a deer.  I finished my card, uploaded it and then looked at everyone else's cards.  They all had deers and dear sentiments and mine had neither.  Had to go back and add a little IO deer to the bg - looks like of funny back there, but I am going to give this one to my Hubby and this weekend was the start of when you can hunt deer in AL with regular guns so it is appropriate for him as he is in deer hunting mode now - he probably even dreams about them!  My image is by Cheryl Grant Alger and is called Star Bright Star Light - the sentiment is by Charlene Mitchell

Come join in the challenge fun!

Hugz

Comments

  1. Yes, I have done the exact same thing. I love this card. The pink background is a very nice change of pace for a snowman and the deer is looking to be hiding behind the snowman so none of those hunters can find him. All and all it turned out to be a fantastic card. Wishing you a great week ahead.

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  2. I think we have all done that at some point Nancy, I know I certainly have!
    This is a fabulous card, I love your fun snowman and your deer looks sweet peering out from behind him.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. I think the deer is precious poking his head out to get a glimpse of that fantastic snowman - and hiding from all the hunters at the same time!! LOVE your card and those colors are so fun and pretty.
    Lynn

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  4. That snowman just makes me smile :) Such a great image and fabulously coloured too. Glad someone else gets to the end and has an "oh oh" moment LOL! Great recovery and sure hubby will love it.

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  5. What a fabulous card, I love that snowman, he's great!!
    Hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  6. I've BT/DT so many times, but what a great save you made! This snowman is the cutest image!!

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  7. Such a happy and sweet snowman!! I love the pink colors and what a fabulous sentiment too! :) Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
    My Blog: Stamp Smiles

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  8. Beautiful card Nancy, I like the sweet snowman image and all the detail.
    Kevin xx

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  9. Wonderful card, and I think it was a happy accident you forgot the dear and had to stick him back there since this card is for your husband. The white dear on your card blends in as well as the real ones do in the woods!

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  10. This is so cute, I love that snowman and your colors are so happy and pretty. Oh, yes, I have forgotten the key to a challenge lots of times. You made a great save on this one.

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  11. How cute! Love your snowman in pinks.

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  12. Nancy,
    As always, your card is wonderful and adorable. I see the pretty little deer behind the sweet snowman!!

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  13. so gorgeous nancy.i love the happy bright colours and your jolly snowman is stunning ;D

    xx coops xx

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  14. Nancy, this is SO CUTE! very sweet brilliant colors! hugs, de

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  15. Oh my goodness-isn't that just so darn cute. I am in love with this. And it's pink. I am having a pink Christmas this year. I haven't been all that much into it. I didn't even put all my things out. But I made myself put up a tree and 1 garland. I always have a tree in my foyer that I decorate for each season - so two trees instead of 4 or 5 . So they are all pink. Something new with not a lot of memories attached.

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