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Tea Cups and Flowers

This week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge pictures are about Puppy Dog Fashion:

I was inspired by the last picture:

I used the following MFP stamp sets: Oh Beans, Glad Glads, and Calendar.

Come join in the fun!



  1. Oh, those dogs are stylin'. They're so cute. Love your card with the dots and stripes, something I like very much. Good job with the inspiration. Great card!

  2. Wonderful card. Love the splash of red with the flowers along side stripes and dots. Great design too!

  3. Those doggies are so chic in their little outfits and your take on the last one, is just awesome.
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  4. AWW!! Love the doggie photos!! I am very partial to the sweet doxie, but I absolutely LOVE your card!! Brilliant take with the stacked tea cups! :) HUGS

  5. That first dog is just too cute!! Darling card - love the cream and dark brown, and of course the polka dots :) Wonderfully done.

  6. This is a fabulous card, your design is a great take on the inspiration picture and I love the dimension you have created on your beautiful flowers.

  7. Everything here is cute and sweet. The pictures and of course you darling card. Great take on that last picture and it's warm colors. Enjoy the evening.

  8. This is gorgeous Nancy, I like the colours the cups and the flowers.
    Kevin xx

  9. Oh goodness, the pictures are a hoot! Wonderful card, especially the polkadots! The flowers are beautiful, great card!

  10. Great card! Love this stacked coffee cup image!

  11. Fabulous way to use the "cups" stamp! Beautiful card! Fun pop of color with the red flowers!

  12. I love, love, love this fab card. That is a hard job fussy cutting them. I like the touch of red with the flowers for the finishing touch.

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  14. so gorgeous nancy.the stacked cups are fab and I love your striking colours and design :D

    xx coops xx


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