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A Cute Little Owl

This week's Squigglefly challenge is to use a die or embossing - super easy to help with the rush of the holidays. I used a fun new set by Cheryl Grant Alger called Warm and Cozy. The set has 2 sentiments (I used one), a mug of hot chocolate full of marshmallows, the fun hat I used, and this adorable owl.


I embossed my bg snowflake paper out of my stash, colored up my owl with some SU! alcohol markers, and added some Snowtex. Cute, cute, cute!

Come join in the fun - there are so many great new (and old) images in the Squigglefly shop. I have 20 of them on my current wish list!!

I am also entering this in the:

Clean and Simple Challenge on Splitcoast Stampers which is to use music on your card (my bg paper has music done in kraft on it - you have to look closely)

Anything Goes Christmas/Holidays at Pile it On

Moving Along with the Times - Christmas Climate

Jingle Belles - ATG Christmas

Hugz!!!

Comments

  1. Love this,great image and texture.xxx

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  2. This is gorgeous Nancy, I love your embossed background and adorable owl.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. What a cutie with his snow covered body and his hat. Great background too.

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  4. This is adorable! I love how you embossed that dp and snowed on the owl!!

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  5. AWE!! That owl is just the CUTEST!!! I love the snowflake background too!! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
    My Blog: Stamp Smiles

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  6. Fantastic card, love the cute owl! The snow looks real, just amazing!

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  7. Nancy,
    Oh so cute - I am loving his top hat! Your card's finish is very awesome - and the snow is perfect!

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  8. Cute, cute card! Love the little owl and the way you did the background is so different and pretty! Love it!!!
    Lynn

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  9. This is so gorgeous Nancy, I love your design
    Kevin xx

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  10. ahhhhh, so cute! I love that great background, but I love the way the "snow" seems to be blowing against that top-hatted owl!!

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  11. oh this is wonderful Nancy! I really love your snow and that you let it pile on top of the sentiment too. Great use of the sheet music too!

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  12. Love your owl card Nancy...I wish I would have been in Alabama little longer so we could have gotten together!!

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  13. Nancy, what a delightful card! Right down to the amazing coloring in your little owl, the background and textures look amazing! LOVE IT! hugs, de

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  14. Ah this is super, Thanks for playing on MAWTT this week, Hazel (Didos)xx

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  15. aw love this nancy.such a sweet owl and your textures and embossing are stunning ;D

    xx coops xx

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  16. Love the fab image,this is just gorgeous.xxx

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  17. An owl in a top hat, that is just the best. Love everything about your card. Enjoy your day.

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  18. I always like owls but the texture in the back ground is the winner here....Lis

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  19. Soooo cute - love the textured background!!!

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  20. Such a cutie pie all drenched with snow which looks so very real. Brrrrrr it makes me cold. But I love cold. Lol. Super embossing on dp.

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  21. What talent you have, my friend. You are great with mixed media! Love the snowy touches here.

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  22. Fabulous Christmas card!
    Thanks for playing at Pile It On!
    Happy New Year!
    Helen x

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