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A Vine and Arch


It is all about Purple in the newest Squigglefly challenge. It is our team's week off, but as usual I could not resist playing. I used a newer image by Pamela Lehto called Trumpet Vine Arch. I have had this image a few weeks, but had to think about how to use it best. I loved how Linda used it HERE, but I didn't want to copy here pretty card. I finally decided it would be great frame for some scripture or encouraging words, and I really like how it came out (my sentiment is from SU!). When I finished my panel, I decided to add some of my new Impression Obsession dies to mimic the image (fence and leaves).

Hope you can find some time to join the challenge too. Remember if you don't have a Squigglefly image, they have thousands of images from a large number of great artists and they have a large free section as well.

Hope you are having a wonderful Monday! Hugz!

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  1. Hi Nancy!! I love your beautiful card - so gorgeous in the purples, and such a wonderful message in the sentiment. Hope all is well :)!!!
    Hugs,
    Audrey

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  2. Fabulous! Love the image and the added vine, not to mention the EF you used in the BG. Well done all round!

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  3. so stunning nancy.gorgeous details and colours and the verse is beautiful :D

    xx coops xx

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  4. This is stunning, Nancy. I love every bit of it. Fantastic look to have one line of the sentiment in purple and popped up. Love that fence and your flowers. Outstanding job.

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  5. You've got my attention with this beauty. Now that is awesome. I am totally taken with how you did the flowers on the side as embellishment and how wonderfully it matches the image. The fence and flower add another layer of beauty. This is fantastic. I love it!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  6. Oh Nancy this is beautiful! LOVE this gorgeous design and particularly like how you took one line from the sentiment and put it in purple! Very clever and very becoming to the piece! As always ... you are an inspiration! Have a fabulous 4th!!

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  7. Absolutely wonderful card and beautiful sentiment! Love the vine and fence!

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  8. Nancy, you always create fabulous cards, but I think this one is one of your best yet! Wonderful just with this pretty card!
    Hugs, Jill
    PS. I will try and get my (full) mailbox cleaned out at Split coast stampers later today...
    so sorry your message didn't go through...

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  9. Gorgeous, Nancy. You made the prettiest scene. Love the greenery, fence, and the purples. The vine and arch are great. Super work!!!

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  10. Nancy how inspirational! I love the verse, and the way you have part of it on the purple piece is wonderful. Your flowers trailing up the side look like they were meant to be there. I just love this!

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  11. AWESOME WORK! I just love it. Cheers, Holley

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  12. Wow this is just beautiful. I love it.
    kaye G
    xx

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  13. Wow Nancy! This is gorgeous. Love your design and the dies you used and the sentiment is so lovely.

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    1. The vine has never looked so pretty, Beautiful Card!~

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  15. Hi Nancy, purple has always been a hard color for me, but you sure pulled it off beautifully with this lovely image and coloring. Embossed papers are pretty as well. Just gorgeous.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  16. This is so pretty and I love the little garden scene with the trellis fence.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  17. There are so many gorgeous details on this beautiful card that it's just pure eye candy! I love how you added the purple panel for one line of the sentiment, and the beautiful vine climbing up the side of your card is fabulous! The colors are amazing, and so is this entire card! WOW!

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  18. Nancy, what a lovely card - I have pinned it - so peaceful and delicate - Thanks for mentioning the IO dies. After visiting their blog, I found the Leafy Branch and wondered if that was what you used by cutting it apart? While the image is gorgeous, and beautifully colored, it is all the elements you've used which make it a masterpiece. Thank you for becoming my newest follower, and I have become yours as well, Nancy. Your style is so pretty, and I feel very inspired visiting your blog. hugs, de

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  19. Nancy, this is stunning! wow, wow, wow! I love the added flowers and the verse is perfect! Thanks for playing along in the Squigglefly challenge this week! hugs . . .

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  20. Wow...I am hopping by enjoying your beautiful card...it is absolutely stunning. Love your words of encouragement. Maybe you would like to come by and join us at http://twistoffaithcards.blogspot.com/ on our weekly challenges. We are a family friendly blog.

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  21. such elegance a gorgeous card
    Hugs Kate xx

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