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A Panda

It's Thursday and time for MFPSpeedyTV's Inspiration Challenge. This week Shirley has picked out some Interesting Tattoos to inspire us:

I used images from two sets from Mark's Finest Papers: Koi Fish (the flowers) and Pandas (the Panda and the sentiment). My youngest daughter's sorority has a panda as its symbol so this will be going off in the mail to her.

The prize this week is a stamp I have had on my wish list a long time! If you enter the contest you could win the stamp, and we would love to see how these fun Tattoo pictures inspire you.


PS: Mark's is having a 30% off sale until December 2nd.


  1. Cute panda card Nancy! I wish I could find inspiration in the photos, but I just can't! Tattoos just turn me off - bleck!

  2. That panda is too cute! Sure your daughter will love receiving it :)

  3. I got a bit worried there Nancy, I thought your arm was going to be on the counter with a tattoo on it lol, gorgeous card, the panda is really sweet
    Kevin xx

  4. Aww Nancy i was worried about them tattoos for a second there like.
    I love that panda he is so cute.
    Thanks for sharing
    Hugs Kelly xxx

  5. This panda is so adorable! Love your popped out details on your image! HUGS :)

  6. He's so cute!! I really like pandas - they seem so "odd" but very lovable :)

  7. This is a fabulous card Nancy, I love your cute Panda and pretty flower.

  8. Aww such a super cute panda! Love how you have it framed, very crafty!

  9. This is such a cute card and image. I can see why he's been on your wish list for a while.

  10. For a minute there, I thought you were showing us a tattoo that you got!!!! lol That panda bear is just adorable. Love the little blossoms surrounding him too. Super cute.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol :O}

  11. panda is so happy, make is smile, she will definitely love this
    - samir

  12. Nancy,
    What a pretty card and the coloring is perfect!

  13. so gorgeous nancy.i love your cute panda and stunning cas design :D

    xx coops xx

  14. Cute card and perfect for your daughter. She and her sorority sisters will love it.


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