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A Vintage Flower Card


I had a few extra minutes this afternoon so I thought I would try to do a few of the SCS Dirty Girl Challenges: handmade flowers, vintage, beleek technique, and die cuts. Sure wish I had time to more - there were some fun challenges this year.

Hope you had a great weekend - HUGZ!!!!

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  1. Geez Nancy! This card is absolutely exquisite! So many wonderful details; roses, background, flourishes and etc...!

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  2. Love the embossing and the cream on cream. Lovely flowers too!

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  3. Beautiful card Nancy, I like all the texture the pearl swirls and the flowers.
    Kevin xx

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  4. wow so beautiful nancy.really wonderful creamy colours and i love your stunning vintage details and flowers :D

    xx coops xx

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  5. Nancy, a gorgeous creation. I love the beleek technique and am anxious to do another one. I only got three of the DTGD challenge done this time. Love your crème colors.

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  6. Absolutely STUNNING Nancy! WOW ... what an inspirational piece! You go girl!

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  7. What can I say except WOW! This is down right gorgeous. Love all the detail and texture that went into this. A lot of thought went into this beauty!

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  8. The Beleek look is fabulous here, and I love all the special vintage details! Gorgeous work!!

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  9. I love it when a card leaves me speechless (in my head), and that happened when I laid eyes on this. Simply gorgeous!

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