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A Magnolia



Two posts in one day! This week's Pattie's Creations Challenge is Mother's Day and I have a friend at work who asked me to do 4 Mother's Day cards as she needed to send a few late cards. This lovely Pattie's Creations Magnolia Branch image was perfect. I printed out the image a bit larger and added an extra bloom. I sponged around a roll of ribbon for the shading and twisted a Spellbinders die to add to my frame.

Hugz!



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  1. Gorgeous! Love the 3D flower and the fleur de list on the edges.

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  2. So Beautiful! I really like how you did this. I also like how you used that spellbinder die...never know quite what to do with it...you sure have inspired me...Hope you are having a great weekend!

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  3. Gorgeous card and perfectly colored! All around beauty!

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  4. Nádherná karta, milujem kvety. Je krásne farebne zladená.

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  5. Beautiful Nancy, it is such a pleasure to visit your blog, your cards just get better and better.
    Have a good week.
    Kevin xx

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  6. Everything is very open with a really clear description of the challenges.
    It was definitely informative. Your website is useful. Thank you for sharing!


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  7. This is beautiful and your friend will very happy that she asked you to make her cards. Oh good idea to use a ribbon spool while shading. Thanks for that. Your shadowing is perfect and gives the whole card a beautiful vintage feel. Like that SB die and the button also. Someone is going to be thrilled to receive this.

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  8. Nancy - Wow, this is beautiful! I love how you cut the bloom and gave it more dimension. Great card! Thanks for playing in our 'Mother's Day' Challenge #67!
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
    and Pattie's shop
    Home of Pattieboop and Allie!

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  9. Wow, love this! Love the soft colors and all the dimension.

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  10. Ooh, beautiful, Nancy. The sponging made that wonderful magnolia really pop.

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  11. Oh Nancy! This came out so pretty... I love how you colored my image called "Magnolia Branch"

    Hugs
    Pattie ♥

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  12. Ooooh SO pretty! Love your choice of colors and papers and the inked edge on the circle is awesome!!!

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  13. What a pretty way to showcase a magnolia bloom! The sponging really adds a touch of elegance to this great card!

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  14. This is absolutely gorgeous and I love the distressed effect and the way you've popped the flower. Thanks for playing at
    Pattie's Creations and good luck. Bettina DT Member at Pattie's Creations Challenge! xx

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