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Monday, December 17, 2012

Card for my Veterinarian -Squigglefly Challenge

Holley's Hobbist's are giving the challenge over at Squigglefly today.   The theme "Tell Me Something"means you can make a card of your choice as long as you put a sentiment on it.   I chose to use this cute "Christmas Beagle" by Marla Shega.     I love this adorable pup.   I made this card to send to my veterinarian.     I thought the animal print was a perfect choice to pair up with this image.      Holley and her team would be happy to see you link your card up to this challenge.   Okay, I am off
to link up my card.   What are you waiting on, come on over and join the fun.


 Squigglefly - Tell me something
Totallygorjuss - For someone special
The Stamping Shack - Let the Holidays begin
Copic Europe - Christmas


  1. This is adorable Shirley ! Your vet will love it ! What a sweet image ! I love the paper too ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

  2. AWWWWW, Shirley, those puppy dog eyes will get him for sure - love the 'animal' BG paper with the beagle image, You did good!!

  3. Very sweet! The perfect card to send to a veterinarian!

  4. Adorable image...Nice job on this card!

  5. Love this sweet Beagle pup. Your vet will surely love this darling too. So glad you played along with us at The Stamping Shack.
    xx Ria

  6. Love the animal print and that cute puppy! Wonderful card for a vet. Thanks for joining us at The Stamping Shack!
    visit my blog @ sandy's crafty creations

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  8. Very cute card. Thanks for playing at TG.

  9. Love the animal theme happening here....Thanks for playing along with us at The Stamping Shack Blog.

    Chris B. - DT
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  10. Your vet will love, love this wonderful and adorable card! You've colored up this sweet beagle perfectly and the DP is absolutely perfect.

  11. so adorable!! thanks for joining us at the stamping shack

  12. this is so perfect for your friend, love the zebra striped pattern paper and the great design