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S'more

This week's challenge at DRS Designs is "A Real Cutie" - use an image, die cut, technique, paper, or other item that is considered to be a real cutie.  I used this adorable image from DRS Designs called Smooshed S'more and the greeting is called Melt for You Greeting.

 
 
I wanted to create the look of a campfire so I sponged on Summer Sun ink on the middle of the base and top layer, then I took Memento Black and sponged it around the very edges, then followed with Tim Holtz Walnut, and then Tim Holtz Barn Door.  I tied on some raffia because it screams Fall to me and that is when I love a campfire/bonfire.  
 
Fun challenge - hope you will join us!
 
Hugz  
 

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  1. Oh NOoooo - poor little guy !!! Not only stabbed but smooshed as well !!!!! :-) Great card - superb colouring around the edges - that rocks !!! :-D

    Hugz
    IKE xxx

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  2. This is amazing. You did achieve the campfire/barn fire look very well. You picked the perfect colors for it. I love the little marshmallow but felt sorry for him also. He knew he was a gon'er. LOL It looks like the baby will be staying in the hospital for a few extra days, but she is doing remarkably well so I think the shower date has moved out a week, probably on the 23rd, just before she comes home. We don't want to jinx anything. Thanks again for your help. Enjoy your day. It is cooling down here today but the rain is coming it.

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  3. Hi Nancy!! What a cute card! I love the Smores image!! Welcome to the Outlawz Design Team!! We are very excited you are part of our team!!
    Hugs
    Darcy

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  4. Amazing and so pretty! Love the raffia on here and it was just the right touch to scream Fall! Love your card.
    Lynn

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  5. This is just gorgeous,fab image.x

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  6. awww........ This is as sweet as can be.

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  7. Fabulous fun card, so made me smile, love it!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  8. A wonderful card Nancy, such a fun image and fabulous design - your sentiment is perfect.
    Pauline
    x

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  9. I love love love this Nancy, fabulous!!
    Kevin xx

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  10. Oh this made me smile :) Darling!!

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  11. oh wow this is fabulous did make me chuckle too
    hugs Kate x

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  12. EEEK!!! Ohmygosh this is too stinkin' cute for words! I love this one and can't stop chuckling :)

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  13. Oh my gosh this is SO SO CLEVER!! I love how you've blended the coloring around your image!! Very clever and fun!! His face is getting smooshed!! LOL!! :)

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