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Two posts in one day...watch out!!!

I found Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog and it is great!!!  I found the site from Judy's Cardmaking and Papercrafts.

Fantabulous Cricut

Challenge #005
April Showers (water) Theme: Create a project that has something to do with "Rain or Water"




Recipe:
Cartridge:  Everyday Paperdolls
Paper: Various scrap cardstock
Embossing:  I used the little dots folder (my friends is borrowing, so I don't have the name of the folder right now)

Comments

  1. Adorable card!! Thanks so much for joining us at FCCB! :)

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  2. The little girl is so sweet in her raincoat and holding that polka dot umbrella!! Thanks for playing along with us at Fantabulous Cricut!

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  3. Such a sweet card. Thanks for joining us for fun over at Fantabulous Cricut.

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  4. Super sweet card. I'm so glad you joined us at Fantabulous Cricut! I love this little girl's smile, despite the rain, it's so fun!

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  5. What an adorable card and fabulous take on the challenge. Thanks for playing along!

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  6. This is so cute! Love that little girl with the pigtails!

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  7. Cute little card.
    Thanks for joining us at FCCB

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  8. Too cute! The little girl on your card reminds me of my daughter playing in her yellow raincoat with polka dot boots and umbrella! Thanks for joining us at FCCB! :)

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  9. So cute, and the inside of your card is just perfect!!! I'm glad you joined us at FCCB :)

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