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A Cup of Flowers

This week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge (Challenge #55) has great furniture with chicken wire for inspiration:


I was inspired by the last picture, and I used the Mark's Finest Papers Oh Beans and Asian Delights sets.


I dragged my flowers through some Victorian Velvet Tim Holtz ink sprayed with some glitter mist. The die is from Poppy Stamps and the chicken wire stencil is from Crafter's Workshop.

Hope you will join us in the challenge this week!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Oh, very pretty, Nancy. Love those flowers and your chicken wire background. Stencils are soooooo much fun.

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  2. Your card is gorgeous! I love it! Chicken wire patterns are so popular right now. I have an embossing folder of it even! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving me some blog love :) Have a wonderful day!

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  3. This is so pretty! Love how you've colored the flowers and such a great design.

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  4. Love the window frame and the flowers are gorgeous!!

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  5. Nancy,
    Your card is so very, very pretty and elegant. I love what you have done with the flowers - wonderful.

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  6. This is a beautiful card Nancy, I love your flower image and the dimension you have created - you have used such lovely soft colours.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. This is so gorgeous Nancy, I love it!!
    Kevin xx

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  8. Your card is fabulous, I love the flowers you have colored and added to the coffee cup. Great idea of combining the two sets to do your card.

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  9. This card is adorable. Love your layout and colour combo x

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz2.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. Such a beautiful creation Nancy! Really love the dimension you've achieved on those flowers!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!! HUGS :)

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  11. So pretty! Love the dusty rosy pink, the flowers look beautiful and such a great touch with the chicken wire background :)

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  12. so beautiful nancy.i love your delicate colours and stunning pretty flowers :D

    xx coops xx

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  13. Nancy, this is gorgeous! Love the background and the coloring is perfect to showcase that image.

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  14. So stunning, those flowers smile at me. Very pretty creation.

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  15. This is so pretty Nancy. I love how you backed your focal point with the Sizzix Window die. The flowers in the cup are just delightful. Pretty and perfect.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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