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A fun birthday card I made really fast the other day. The paper and ribbon seem to make it. I used some packaging for cream to make the gold butterflies. Hope you have a wonderful Friday.

Hugz!

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  1. So pretty, Nancy. The gold butterflies really pop against that dark paper.

    The snow came for a while but the flakes were so tiny I could hardly see them. Just a few miles away, it was really coming down from what I saw on the news. Shucks! I want a big snow. :-)

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  2. Fabulous design and great paper choices. I can see how it would make itself.
    It took us 6 1/2 hours to come from Nashville to B'ham yesterday. Normally, it's a 3 hour drive. I almost typed in "tour" instead of drive as the Gilligan's Island song popped in my head :-). Cullman County was a nightmare to go through - lots of ice and snow and wrecks on I-65. Luckily we made it safely, but wouldn't want to drive through that stuff again.

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  3. This is so sophisticated, Nancy, and I adore those lovely warm colors. A beautiful creation for this fine Friday! I hope you have a super weekend, my friend! :-)

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  4. An elegant card. I have that designer paper, and you are right it's makes great cards...
    Thank you for the nice comments on my blog...In regard to my paper bag books. I find them to be very addicting, I want to make a couple more. I like the fact, that not only are they easy to make, they are also quite inexpensive too. I like your idea of putting recipes, etc. in the paper bag pockets. In fact, one of the friends that I gave the book to, is going to make one herself, and do just that...make it a recipe book with extra recipes in the pockets to pull out.

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  5. Very elegant! Love that you let the beautiful DP do the work! Gorgeous card!

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  6. Yummy paper and I just love the shape of your focal panel - not to mention the gold butterflies. Great card!

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  7. Beautiful Card!! So glad to see your computer up and running again. Missed you :-)

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  8. Gasp! Very elegant, Nancy. I love that paper. Have a good weekend!

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  9. Another gorgeously elegant creation! Love how you're churning these fabulous creations out :)

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  10. Beautiful card Nancy,I like the sentiment the paper and the butterflies, have a great weekend.
    Kevin xx

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  11. Stunning card Nancy, love it. ~jeni :)

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  12. How sweet. Love the layers and the darling butterflies. I can't believe I missed so much....lol But at least I am catching up.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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