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Sunday, January 28, 2018

group challenge

Hello. The challenge on my card group this week (My turn to choose) is a tutorial from splitcoast stampers. Dare to get dirty. I have chosen to use a cloud die set for my card and not trees..This card will be for a friend's dog who is turning 8 next month..loz

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  1. This is so sweet!! I love the adorable scene you've created!! The cloudy sky is fabulous!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  2. Loz this is so cute, love the scene and doggies.
    The fires are out and although windy and hot, I pray it will all be okay as we are safe and sound... [aNNie]

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  3. Oh this is so cool Loz...love the way you made such a fabulous dog park scene. During my recent visit to Florida I was lucky to spent some time at a dog park and was amazed to witness the freedom and fun the furry friends enjoy. Here in India we dont have such parks!!
    And so cool that you made it for a furry buddy's birthday!!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  4. Such a cute card Loz, I am sure your friend will love it. Kx

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  5. Oh what a cute cute card - love the spotted dog. We take our dogs to the state park to walk in the woods (on a trail) and they love it.

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  6. What a fabulous scene, they look like they are having a fantastic time!

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  7. Great card, thou have created a terrific scene

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  8. That inky and die cut cloudy sky looks terrific. Great scene!

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  9. this is great Loz and glad its not just us who sends our dog a birthday card..our Nin has just turned 12...an old girl now...Hugs Lozzy x

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