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The newest Squigglefly challenge (SFS 1313) is Lovely Liquids - use liquid in some way on your project. Some ideas:

*Use an image with water, margaritas, chemistry beakers, etc.
*Use a product that is liquid such as liquid pearls, glossy accents, alchol inks, etc.
*Use a liquid technique like cracked glass, wrinkle-free distressing, etc.

I used Lynne Stansbery's Park Bridge image for my card image, and I used the cracked glass technique but did not crack my "glass." I used a glitter ep and felt the cracked look might further mute the image. I added some Memory Box trees and Martha Stewar Hydrengeas to the scene. My sentiment is from SU!, and it was selected because I am sending this card to a wonderful artist who really does inspire me.

Let liquid inspire you too - we would love you to join the challenge.

Happy Monday and many Hugz!

Comments

  1. Beautiful card, Nancy! You put so much detail in your cards! Hope you have a great day today! :)

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  2. Gorgeous card Nanct, I like the bridge image the paper and the flowers,
    Kevin xx

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  3. Beautiful card Nancy!
    love the peace and serenity of the card

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  4. Love how the bridge image just sparkles! Lovely touch with the flowers. A reminder of spring indeed :)

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  5. Love the crackled glass effect that you used - really makes a stunning card.

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  6. Nancy,
    What a beautiful card and the bridge scene is serene and lovely!!

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  7. Love this technique and your card and image are stunning!

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  8. Beautiful card and sentiment for a wonderful artist - I'm sure she will love it! Love the cracked glass technique. I wonder, does out card qualify for the challenge if we were drinking wine when me made it . . . just checking! hugs, Charlene. Thanks for the smiles today!

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  9. A beautiful card, I love that bridge image and how you used the cracked glass technique.

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  10. Nancy this is just lovely. The little pink blossoms you added remind me of cherry blossoms, and with the bridge it all has a sort of asian feel to it. The sparkle combined with the gloss is very eye catching!

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  11. Yummy colors Nancy! Papers are so pretty!!

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  12. How did I miss this card yesterday? Love the pretty bridge and how you worked the technique. It's beautiful.

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  13. Gorgeous work on this card teamie!! Love it!

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