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Friday, February 5, 2016

Freebie Friday: Envelopes 2

Good Day to all of our Freebie Fridayer fans!

With Valentine's Day coming next Sunday, it would be the perfect time to tell the people in your life, just how much they mean to you.  Today's freebie can help you do just that...



  Psst...don't forget to left click on the image to bring it up full size in the light box before saving.

This time around I've created this digital card that I am going to send to my parents.  I don't call them as often as I should (bad daughter) so I wanted to make sure they know how much I love them...

While I have used these envelopes to send my parents a hug over space, the versatility of them allows one to use them in many different ways.  What will you come with?  Don't forget we love seeing what you create with Scribbles Designs images!

Well that is it for this one! Be sure to check out our current challenge while you are here. The theme is Have a Heart and we'd love for you to join us. You can find out all the details by clicking HERE.

If you'd like to check out the remaining details for my card, I'd love for you to come and visit me on my personal blog. You can find my card posted HERE.

I'll see you all again next Saturday for the next Guest Scribblers Spotlight!

Until then,
Lisa D.
(Strategic Content Developer & GDT Coordinator)


  1. Adorable! Thank you for the freebie! Your card is sweet!

  2. Your card is lovely. Thank you for the freebie!

  3. Beautiful card Lisa! Lovely Lovely! Thanks for the freebie

  4. Oh, those are really cool :-) THANK YOU xxxxxxxxxxx

  5. Thanks for the freebies! You're the best!

  6. These are so adorable! Love them Sandy!
    Beautiful card too Lisa.

  7. Thanks for the freebies - excellent!
    Great card too!
    Good luck!


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