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A Special Delivery


This card is for this week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge. This week's challenge is all about some darling fairy tale cottages that you can see HERE. I chose this one as my inspiration:


I used one of the new Mark's Finest Papers sets called Bundle of Joy.

Once again, I totally loved the inspiration pictures! I can't wait to see what she comes up with next!

Thinking about playing along this week? If you do play, be sure and leave me a comment after you do and I will put your name in a drawing for some of my very own blog candy. Remember you don't have to use an MFP image (but we love it when you do) to win the challenge or my blog candy.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Nancy, this card is darling. What's better than a stork delivering a precious bundle of joy? You did a wonderful layout and love the clothespin.

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  2. Such a pretty card and I love that bow and lace. Sorry been busy so could not visit.
    Happy crafting,
    Monicaxxx

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  3. Fantastic baby card. Love all the layers and textures.

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  4. Wow, this is a gorgeous card. I love it.

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  5. Love the soft colour pallet and the small clothes pin is adorable.

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  6. So precious Nancy! Love all the different textures and soft colors. ~jeni :)

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  7. Nancy,
    Your card is absolutely beautiful - and I love each detail and the colors!

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  8. This is an adorable card Nancy, I love the dimension you have created with all of your layers and pretty pastel colours.
    Pauline
    x

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  9. Beautiful baby card Nancy, I love it!!!
    Kevin xx

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  10. Oh Nancy this is just PRECIOUS! Love the stork/sentiment ... and the little clothespin is just PERFECT! I need to make some new baby cards ... thanks for inspiration!

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  11. oh wow so beautiful nancy.i love the gorgeous layers and textures and the image is adorable ;D

    xx coops xx

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  12. This is so lovely :) I have a couple of cousins expecting babies soon so may have to borrow this design )if you don't mind!)

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  13. Hi Nancy! Are you on the MFP team now? Gosh, I feel so out of it! LOL I'm a working woman now, and have had little time to catch up on blogs. Your baby card is SO cute. I am a sucker for stork baby cards.

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  14. This is just so darn sweet I can't stand it. I love the little clothes pin. It such a pip of a cute touch to this very darling card. You do such great work!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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