Wednesday, October 14, 2020

So Squirrely Treehouse

Hi Crafty Friends,
I have more SQUIRRELY cuteness from Digi Doodle Studios to share with you today! This set is called So Squirrely Pairables. These cuties are getting their little tree home ready for winter!

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What would you hoard in your tree house?
A: Me? I would hoard almond butter!





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Supplies:
Digi Doodle Studios So Squirrely Pairables
LDRS Fall Leaf Stencil
Cat's Pajamas Cloud Die
Kat Scrappiness Double Stitched Rectangle Die

Challenges:
Pammie's Inky Pinkies #2041
Die Cut Divas: Thoughts of Autumn

9 comments:

  1. I would hoard a homemade trail mix.

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  2. I like how you also decorated the inside. Cute idea. I would hoard: dark chocolate, ice cream, Dark Chocolate Blended Mocha, sunflower seeds (for the squirrels AND me :) ), crafting supplies....

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  3. Cute card! Love the tree and squirrels!
    I'd hoard dark chocolate!

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  4. The fall leaf stencilled background is so cool, love it. I like how you finished the inside of the card.

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  5. Such a sweet card. Those squirrels are adorable. Thanks for playing along with us at PIP Challenges. I would definitely hoard chocolate.

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  6. I would hoard Chunky Almond Butter with Nutella in a treehouse. LOL
    I love your questions. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas for our Autumn challenge.

    The card is adorable. I hope you can fix your links for the challenges you wish to join.

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  7. Your card is so cute, love the inside to. I would be hoarding Chocolate for me and nuts for the squirrels.

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  8. Just love your adorable card and the sentiment. TY for sharing with us at Die Cut Divas :)

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  9. this is super cute card!
    I would hoard cats and candy :D

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