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Flowers for Martha

Got a few minutes today to catch up with the Teapot Tuesday group at Splitcoast Stampers. This past week they were doing garden cards and sending them to Martha (Mothermark's Aunt). In reading the challenge guidelines/hints/rules for MMTPT233, I noticed another fun challenge at SCS called You Can Do It. They are already into week 3, but I decided to go back and do challenge 1 which is to do handmade flowers. I figured I could cover both challenges with one card - haven't done that in weeks!


Hugz!

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  1. Cute mouse and just love the rolled roses and flourish you added. Wonderfully done :)

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  2. Gorgeous card Nancy, I like the sweet mouse the paper and those flowers.
    Kevin xx

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  3. The mouse image is adorable and your flowers are beautiful! Great card!
    P.S. Heard some really good news today!

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  4. Great flowers! Nice to be seeing your kitchen counter again! I feel like I fell off the blogging ship there for a bit!

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  5. What an adorable card. Every detail from the mouse, the flowers and colour combo, so sweet.

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  6. Love your handmade flowers and great color combo.

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  7. I love your cute card and the flowers are gorgeous.

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  8. Nancy, that is such a sweet image and your flowers are always gorgeous. You have a wonderful talent for making them.

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  9. How cute! Your flowers look so sweet. I love to do those darn rolled flowers. To me they are addicting! Pretty card Nancy. I am sure it will be cherished by Martha!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  10. Tee hee hee - how precious and happy is this little mouse??!!! Beautifully colored my friend!
    Hugs,
    Audrey

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