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A Popcorn Inspired Peacock!

Today I start my newest adventure playing with Shirley and Kathy in MFP's Speedy TV's Inspiration Challenges. Today starts the newest challenge (#31) - Popcorn. Shirley found some really fun popcorn pictures for inspiration:





The monster popcorn balls got me! I based my card on the fun colors on the balls:


The image I used is from the MFP Be A Showoff set. Not only does the set have some really fun peacocks and a feather, it has a bunch of great sentiments.

We would love for you to join us in the Inspiration Challenge at MFP's Speedy TV. One lucky winner will receive this great stamp:


Hugz!

Card Recipe:

Image: MFP's Be A Showoff
Sentiment: MFP's Be a Showoff
Papers: SU! and the Paper Studio Cardstock and K&Co DP
Inks: Memento Black, SU! Gable Green and Elegantly Eggplant, and Snapdragon Radiant Rain Shimmery Mist
Accessories: Zva Crystals, Sparkle N' Sprinkle Glitter, Spellbinders Dies, Pieces off a Walmart Christmas Pick






Comments

  1. Those monster popcorn balls as SOOOO cute!! Great take on their colours for your card :)

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  2. Congrats on your new adventure. Your inspiration colors are super and the peacock fabulous.

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  3. What a fabulous card! I love how you glittered up the Peacock. That was a wonderful touch. I am so happy to have you on the Speedy TV Inspiration team.

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  4. Congrats on the new team! Love your pretty card and the sentiment is such fun!

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  5. Hahaha-My mother had one of those plastic pumpkin decorations. I bet if I went in her basement, I would find it...lol Brought back memories. I love your fun peacock. It's all sparkly and glittery, just the way I like it. The colors are so cool together. Congratulations on your new design team! Speedy is luck to get you. Have fun playing with MFP stamps. You'll do great.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  6. Love all the texture and glitter on the peacock. Beautifully done.

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  7. Nancy, you've done a wonderful job and your card is lovely and elegant! I really like the touches of glitter behind the die!

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  8. so stunning nancy.fabulous rich colours and i love your design and proud peacock ;D

    xx coops xx

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