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Butterflies, Dragonflies, and Flowers



This card is for the Sassy Cheryl Challenge #166 - Lace and Handmade Flowers. I used the Signs of Spring image Sassy Cheryl image, some lace I have been hoarding (from my friend Pat S), and some flowers I made with an EK Sucess punch and some leftover paper scraps.



Today my friend and fellow Punchkateer, Colleen (Smoatsmom on SCS) is the Featured Stamper. The card above is a case of her card you can find here.

Hope your Sunday is going well! Hugz!

Comments

  1. Your flower heart is fabulous!! Love it!!

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  2. Both cards are awesome! Love the dragonfly, beautiful flowers, and lace! Awesome colors and coloring on this Sassy little Sally!
    thanks for playing along in our Sassy Cheryl challenge this week!
    Judy

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  3. Both of these are gorgeous Nancy, I like the sweet image the lace and dragonfly on the first card, and the beautiful floral heart and butterfly on the second.
    Kevin xx

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  4. Outstanding! Love both of these! Beautiful colors, gorgeous flowers!
    I'm so glad you joined us this week for the Sassy Cheryl's challenge!

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  5. I love your wonderful flowers and the image is awesome. I saw your card at Sassy Cheryl's Blog and had to come and take another look. Wonderful card. joann sassy raggedy

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  6. Just beautiful! Love the dragonfly on the card. Super fun and sweet.
    Thanks for playing along with the Sassy Cheryl DT this week.

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  7. Both of these are so pretty! Love the flowers and color combos on each.

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  8. aww, so sweet! love the dragonfly!
    love the flower heart!
    thanks for joining our Sassy Cheryl's challenge!

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  9. Your Sassy Cheryl image is so adorable and you made a super card using it. I love what you cased from Colleen. Her card and yours are both gorgeous.

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  10. Absolutely gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!! I love all of your beautiful handmade flowers!! And that Sassy Sally is so adorable! Such pretty coloring too! Thanks so much for joining us for this week's challenge at Sassy Cheryl's! Hugs. Pat Frank

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  11. I {heart} that adorable girl about to smooch the dragonfly, but your heart made with flowers just blows me away! It must have taken HOURS to put together! It's gorgeous!!

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