Thursday, August 7, 2014

Lots of Green

More fun pictures in the MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge:



That green was calling my name!


I took my Green Galore SU! Pad (do they even make the color anymore?) and swiped it on my paper in a crosshatch pattern. Then I stamped MFP's Butterfly Essence plus a sentiment from the Medallion set. My butterfly was cut out of my leftover paper from this technique using the Lunette Butterfly die from Memory Box.

Hope these fun slides and bright colors inspire you to join us! Hugz!

11 comments:

  1. Love the greens and your background looks great.

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  2. Ooh, how pretty are all those butterflies, and especially the big one. Love your background, too. It's a bright, cheerful card and that's just what I need to see this morning. Huggies~~~~~~

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  3. This is gorgeous Nancy, you have created a fabulous base for your beautiful butterfly.
    Pauline
    x

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  4. wow, Nancy! GORGEOUS image, and even gorgeouser (is that a word? it is now) card! Love how you created the depth and texture by placing the same color die cut butterfly atop the beautiful image! Green means life abundant, and you certainly captured that with these fluttering inspiration pieces! hugs, de

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  5. Beautiful butterfly and I love how you made such an outstanding background, gorgeous green!

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  6. Nancy,
    Your card is really gorgeous and elegant! I love the green tones and your black border and the main butterfly is lovely!!

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  7. Wow, you sure made a beautiful card from swiping the ink across. Love the green. Great technique.

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  8. Fabulous take on the inspiration photos. Looooove all that green :)

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  9. gorgeous background and a pretty card
    hugs Kate xx

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  10. I WISH SU! still made green galore! It was one of my favorite all-time green colors and your card clearly shows why! This is beautiful Nancy! I love the background with that beautiful butterfly!

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