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A Bunch of CAS Cards and a Gift


This lovely beauty arrived in the mail this last week.  It is a kitchen towel and card made by Ann Merry.  Ann is so talented and I covet her kitchen towels.  She has sent me one every year for the last three years and I love every one of them!  Isn't the card cute too?  She is amazing!

I was talking on the phone with Sue Worthington (IrishGreenSue on SCS)  last night and I made a bunch of cards while I was talking to her.  I think we were on the phone an hour, but for some reason she inspired me.  My neck still hurts this morning!  Thanks for the Inspiration Sue!!!  Here are the cards I made yesterday (warning - there are a lot of them!). 



Here is another....




And another.....




And another....



And another....

And this one I made in the morning...



I actually made several more, but I am running out of time this morning - got to get ready for work.  Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!  I will be making cards can you believe it?

Hugz, 

Nancy


Comments

  1. You are giving that ornament punch a work out LOL! Great mix of cards using it! Think the first one is my favorite - loved the punched out image, the musical score and the darling bows you added.

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  2. Aren't you a fortunate person to be receiving this pretty towel..and a pretty card, too? Very sweet person, I'd say.

    Your cards are super. I didn't see the gorgeous, purple one on SCS and I LOVE that color and it is so elegant and royal looking.

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  3. Beautiful cards! And that towel is so nice, my sister does machine embroidery and makes lovely things. So many cards, I'm jealous....

    Hugs
    Sue

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  4. Wow, did you do all of these in an hour? They are all awesome and all have their own special appeal. You accomplished so much. Beautifully done. I love you towel too. So much pretty details on it. You can't beat a pumpkin and pumpkin pie image.

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  5. I just love what you have done with the ornament dies. Going to use that idea in the future! Now I am inspired. (she types just before she rushes off to her studio) tfs!!!!!

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  6. well, well, Nancy, just look where the muse took you and these lovely Christmas cards. Since purple is my very favorite color, I'd have to say it is my favorite, too.

    I had a peak at SARK's books over at the 'river...how wonderfully inspiring...loved the titles. And definitely on my list to peruse at my favorite thrift...

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  7. Ooooh these are GORGEOUS! I love your style...I'm a new follower and will be visiting you often. Thanks so much for the comment on my blog!

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  8. Bless your heart for being able to talk on the phone and do something else at the same time! I have a feeble brain, unable to do that. And I definitely can't craft while drinking wine; I lose all focus and creativity!

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