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A Sock Hop Inspired Card

Shirley has come up with some more super fun inspirational pics in this week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge#38:


I was inspired by the last picture and here is my card:


I used Mark's Finest Paper's Huge Blooms set layering both flowers in the set twice each. I just bought this set and I love it! It comes with two beautiful flowers and 9 sentiments you can use with them. I bought the button card at a thrift shop on bargain day (that was fun), the paper is from my stash and Mark's Finest Papers, the micro-beads are from Recollections, and I purchased the lace at Hobby Lobby.

Come join in the fun at MFPSpeedyTV where there are lots of challenges every week.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Love, love, love the polkadots and great center! Lovely card!!

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  2. Those are some fabulous polka dots and combines with all else makes a terrific card. The top portion of your card goes nicely with your counter top.

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  3. Gorgeous dotty flower and I love that background too - fab card :)

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  4. Loving the dots and that pretty flower. I really like the Huge Blooms set. Great card!

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  5. Love this! The center of the flower really pops and that polka dot paper is gorgeous. (Oh, it is about 5 -10 degrees colder here in the winter and about the same in the summer. We get snow and B'ham may or may not get rain. Hope y'all stay warm this weekend - the high here on Sunday is suppose to be 37.)

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  6. So beautiful!! I love this!! Wonderful spotted paper and gorgeous flower with the pretty embellished center! HUGS :)

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  7. Your flower is fabulous and just love the micro beads in the centre! Great card :)

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  8. oh wow so gorgeous nancy.i love your stylish colour combo and design and your flower is fantastic :D

    xx coops xx

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  9. Oh this is so pretty, I love the center of the flower beeds and the colors and great design

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  10. Your card is beautiful, I love the polka dots and the huge bloom Those micro beads look great in the center of it. Another great job on the inspiration challenge.

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  11. This is a beautiful card, I love your gorgeous flower made from the dotty papers and your fabulous design.
    Pauline
    x

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  12. Very pretty card with that giant flower! The colors & papers are awesome, and those retro pics are talking to me! They take me back to the "good old days" of my youth when life was so uncomplicated and FUN!

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  13. This is just fabulous. I love how you got your inspiration for the picture of the girls clothing. Your flower looks amazing. Love those micro beads for the center. It's totally tres chic!!!!!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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