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Happy Valentines Day my friends!

I have been neglecting my blog lately, but I have still been creating. I have some cards to share that I made over the last two weeks. I promise to get around and catch up with you in the next few days. Right now I have to run get ready to go to work and catch up on some things so I can enjoy the rest of the day. Hope you get to do something super fun today that makes you feel loved! Hugz!



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  1. You may not have been here but you have been busy these are great examples of what you have been doing with your time AND thank you for stopping by to visit with me ..........Lis

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  2. My goodness. You covered a few bases with these cards. Sympathy, Culinary (An invitation maybe), Spiritual and Humor. That is quite a spread. Took a few seconds for the humor to sink in since I have only begun my first morning cup of coffee. LOL. You made it impossible to pick just one. Love them all. Happy Valentines Day. - Jim

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  3. This is a nice, enjoyable collection of cards. You've covered just about every type of card needed. I love them all but that nurse just gets to me in a good way of course. Enjoy your weekend.

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  4. Fabulous cards once again! I love the ICU and that little bow on the gown. Cute card. All the rest are just as pretty and wonderful. Hope you have a fantastic Valentine's Day!
    Lynn

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  5. You have been busy! gorgeous cards, all are such lovely designs
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  6. Oh Nancy! These are fabulous! All four are beautiful works of art!!! I hope all is well with you! I am going to make individual comments on SCS!!!

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  7. Fabulous cards Nancy, such a lovely selection - I especially love the humerous ICU one, such a fun card.
    Pauline
    x

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  8. It's good to know you're feeling well and still creating! I just love that card with the water and sentiment as the focal point, but these are all lovely cards! Stay well and stay warm!

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  9. Glad all is well and you're just busy! Each card is amazing especially Stella!

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  10. All of these, especially the dogwoods. Glad to know you still have time to create some.

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  11. These are all really amazing creations as always!! Love the nurse idea!! LOL!! Glad you had some fun time!! :)

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  12. such wonderful cards! I love them all, but the humorous ones really grab me. Your sympathy card is just gorgeous - beautiful flowers!

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  13. Awesome cards, Ms. Nancy. I love the one with the chef and the humorous nurse. Hope all is okay with you. Hugs.

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  14. Ooh, all lovely but I especially like the one with the chef. The yellow and red really pop. Hugz

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  15. I have missed loads of your cards Nancy, I don't know why but your blog has not been coming up in my blog roll, so I came over to check if you where ok and I see what I have been missing these are all gorgeous
    Kevin xx

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