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A Sweet Little Card

I was just playing around with this cute little Leonard the Pig's Dance of Joy image to see if I could make a cute little Valentine's Card.  I am such a fan of Leonard the Pig!  He adds so much fun to any card.  I thought I would use him to hold this new Hugz stamp.  I always spell Hugs with a "z" on the end, so  I was so thrilled to see the versatile new 4-in-1 Hugs stamp.  Wouldn't this hugz sentiment be cute next to a bee image too?

My background needed something so I added some Sea Grass and a moon, and then topped it off with the Love You to the Moon Greeting.  I sponged the whole card - even Leonard.  I had to go back in and whiten his teeth with some gel pen and fix some of my quick Sea Grass over stamping with the pen too (is it just me or does everyone totally love their white gel pens?). 

This as a very fast card to make, and I think I will make another. 



  1. Anyone would be thrilled to receive this card show how much they are loved. Great sky/moon work and I love the added grass. Enjoy your day and upcoming weekend.

  2. This is so adorable!! I love the fun scene you've created for him Nancy and it's a great Valentine wish for anyone! :) HUGS

  3. How very fun and delightful! Such an adorable and well thought out card. <3

  4. Such a fun card Nancy, a brilliant image and great background.

  5. This is gorgeous,fab image and

  6. Too, too cute! Love that little piggy :)

  7. I love this Nancy, that piggy is so cute and I like the sentiment
    Kevin xx

  8. I love that sentiment more every time I see it or hear it spoken! The lil piggy is adorable and I love his little hugs :)


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