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A Purse and Some Boots

This week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge has some really great pictures again - don't know how Shirley finds these fun pictures!



I used Mark's Finest Papers You've Got Style set, some SB and MFT dies, Zva Crystals and DCWV Le Crème papers.

We would love to see how these pictures inspire you too.

Hugz!

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  1. Well, if this isn't super cool!!! What a fun card, Nancy. I want some like the top photo. :-)

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  2. Fabulous vintage-y card! Love the polka dots.

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  3. Your card is so pretty and cute. I love what you did with those black and white boots. I am like Benzi, the jean boots really caught my eye, but my mind went in another direction with peacock feathers. :)

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  4. How fun! Love the frame around those fabulous images. You used the bling to perfection on them too! Great take on the challenge!

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  5. This is a fabulous card, great boots and I love your die cut frame and rolled flowers.
    Pauline
    x

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  6. Nancy, this is a beautiful card! Love the colors which are very rich, but produce a great vintage feel! hugs, de

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  7. Fab card, great use of the inspiration photos!

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  8. Wow, those boots in the photos are way,way out there! Yours are far more refined and elegant - lovely card :)

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  9. Your card is a great take on those sassy boots that none of us would probably ever wear! LOL I like all the rich chocolate tones and beautiful die cut panel!

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  10. so gorgeous and girly nancy.fabulous images and i love your stylish design and colours ;D

    xx coops xx

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  11. Fabulous card! Black was the perfect color for the boots and purse.
    Nancy, I gave you a "shout" out on my blog!

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  12. Your card is gorgeous! Beautiful feminine images and a lovely monochromatic layout - love it!

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  13. Love those boots. great card and love the flowers.
    Kelly x

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  14. Wow! You interpreted those boot pics beautifully! And oh, my 15 YO would LOVE to own any of those pairs!

    If you are getting some snow, Nancy, I am saying some prayers for you. Stay safe and warm!

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  15. Looking at those jean boots think my goodness that is just too much shoe for me!!! I would break my neck. Now when I was in my 20's I would be in them!!! Your card is just wonderful. I love how elegant the black looks.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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