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A Mother's Day Card

This week's Squigglefly challenge (SFC1513) is: Mother May I - Make a Mother's Day card.




I just love this Squigglefly Image called Baby of Mine. I added a few pink rolled roses and some Cheery Lynn vines.

I hope you will join us in the challenge this week and make a Mother's Day card. Hugz!

Comments

  1. Beautiful card Nancy, the image is adorable I like the matching paper and the gorgeous flowers.
    Kevin xx

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  2. That is one of the sweetest images for a Mother's Day card, Nancy. Your rolled roses finish it off perfectly for a Mother. Very pretty!!!

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  3. This is just precious and look even your paper matches-how cool is that! As a Mother this image pulls at your heart strings. I think I feel the way this Mother looks every time I get around my boys and they are in their 20's.....lol It's OK they understand me by now....lol Love the rolled roses too. Always a treat when I see them. Have a great day.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  4. Mama's and their babies, it doesn't get better than that :) Daring image and a lovely card.

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  5. I love this sweet Mother's day card. I would never have thought to use this image for it, but glad you did. Now that I think of it, this image cold have many uses that I had not thought of before. Those beautiful roses were the perfect finishing touch. Hugs.

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  6. aww, this is so cute. Love the card and image!

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  7. So precious, love the image! You've made a beautiful card!

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  8. What a sweet image and you made a beautiful Mother's Day card with it! Hugs, my friend! :)

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  9. This card is just so sweet and the giraffe background paper is fabulous!!

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  10. Nancy,
    Oh my gosh, this is just the sweetest ever - and you've colored it wonderfully. And, your BG couldn't be more perfect. Hugs, Kathy

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  11. Aw, isn't this the sweetest?? I love giraffes. I think they have such grace and beauty.

    Saw a pic of you and your daughter on FB a few days ago, Nancy. She is SUCH a gorgeous girl! I can see where she gets it from. :)

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  12. How adorable, Nancy! The mama and baby giraffe image is super sweet. You made excellent choices for patterned paper and flower embellishments, too. I hope everything is going well for you in your corner of the world!

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  13. Too sweet for words Nancy - this adorable image of a Mom and her Baby warms my heart Love the BG giraffe paper and the rolled roses. Surprised to see you squeezed out some time for a card with all you have going on!! Lots of Hugs to you and yours!

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  14. This is so beautiful Nancy! Love the momma and baby giraffes and love the giraffe bkgrd paper. The touch of flowers and leaves make it perfect!

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  15. So adorable - very sweet image and a lovely card :)

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  16. This is just the sweetest thing! Perfect Mother's Day card!!

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