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July 15, 2013


Beverly Lausen

Thought I was the only one who cut the dots in 1/2. guess I'm not so smart after all. LOL!! Like you gnomes...cute!

chris v

Even though I think gnomes are usually creepy, on your card they're fun.
Best wishes to Carter, I hope he's fine and home quickly.


Those gnomes are too cute! Great use of the sketch!!

Cynthia Xavier

What a cute card, love the color combination.

Donna Whitten

I like your cute and colorful card. Neat trick cutting the dots in half, I'll have to try it.

Kelly Klapstein

Gnome doubt about it....this card is adorable!


Fun card and lovely colors

Kimberly Crawford

Well that is just WAAAAY too cute!!!!!! :)


Gnomes are growing on me and yours are adorable! Love your colors.

Hoping all goes well with Carter.


Love what you created!


I had to laugh when I saw the gnome card. they are really cute. The layering works great.

Miriam Prantner

What a fun card! Loving the dimension and all the gnomes! And good luck to Carter, he sounds like he will weather the storm just fine.

Laura Strack

I just love your little popped up gnomes. So stinkin' cute. I have used some different products by Adhesives by 3L and really loved them. Great product. Would love to replenish my supply so thanks for the giveaway! Prayers for a safe journey and return home for you all.

Traci Lord

This is so darn cute! Tfs! Hugs Traci ;0)


Love your card like GNOME body's business

Jean Bullock

I had gnome idea that gnomes could be so cute. This is a darling card and I love the colors and papers you chose. Thanks for sharing about Scrapbook Adhesives. They make great adhesives.


Eeek! Such a fabulous card, Carole! Love it!

Shannon White

Too Darned CUTE Miss Carole!! Love all your Popped up Gnomies! ;-) Sending big hugs and big pain management and speedy recovery wishes for You & Carter! 8-)

Big Hugs

Lucy E.

Cute card! Prayers for you and your son :)


Adorable the gnomes, pretty paper, and the fun sentiment.
Prayers for your little guy.


Love your project explanation and use of fun adhesives, some of which I've never seen before! Loving this hop.


so very cute!


How cute!!


Oooh, adorable card, Carole! LOVE those little gnomes and your color combo! Wonder if we'd look as cute popping out of little flower pots...assuming I could stuff myself in one, eh? Ha!

Sue D

Great sketch and colors.


Sending prayers your way. The gnomes have to help! Gnomes make everything better.

Barbara Escalante

Those gnomes are so cute. I love the card.

Kathleen R

Your card is adorable


Amy Marshall

Your card is so cute. Love the little gnomes. Best wishes for a speedy recovery for your son.

Connie Montague

Make gnome mistake... I love your card! It is very cute. Thanks for being on the blog hop! Sending speedy recovery thoughts for your son also.

Gerd Andersson

Hoping everything goes fine for Carter! Thanks for the tutorial!


Such a fabulous card ~ gotta love those foam strips! Keep that chin up!

Rose H.

Those gnomes made me smile! Great card.

Angie K.

Love your blog! I need to follow you! Love your cards and the colors you use too!


Hope all is well with your family!! Cute card!

Renee Byrd

Gnomes and great colors = a wonderful card!

Emily H

So cute! Love those little gnomes!

Tammie E

Love those little gnomes and the fabulous layout, Carole! Fingers are crossed everything goes well for travels, my friend!


Very cute card. I love the cute lil gnomes.

Lisa Whiting

The gnomes are adorable. I love the card!

Gina Patt

What a cute card. I love using foam adhesive to make things PoP. Thanks for the chance to win.


What a cute Gnome card. I love the layers and the colors and your coloring. I never use sketches and they would be so helpful to me.

Janis in ID

I've never thought of cutting the dots in half!! (Slow learner, here, I Super cute and fun card!

Wanda Cullen

Gnome sweet gnome! I use lots of foam adhesive and will have to try these out sometime! Hope all goes well with you and your son!

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