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An Unusual Wedding Card

This week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge Theme is Uses for Old Surfboards and here are the fun inspiration pictures:


I was inspired by #1 and #2 and here is my card:


This is for one of my daughter's friends who is getting married next month. I usually go traditional on my wedding cards, but Laura is not traditional. She is doing all kinds of fun themes and concepts and loves things like the chalkboard look (she would love picture number 2). So I combined a theme from one of her showers (where kitchen utensils came out of flower arrangements on the tables) and the chalkboard look to make her a card. I used the Mark's Finest Papers Holiday Tag set, the Recipe Starters set, and the Ivy and Blossoms set.

Hope you will be inspired by the pictures too and join us. Remember you don't have to use an MFP image and the prizes are always good.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Nancy, I'm sure this is going to be her favorite wedding card. It sounds like it fits her to a tee. I really love the chalkboard look with the colorful utensils. Just wonderful. Enjoy your day.

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  2. Cool card, Nancy, I see all the utensils behind your pretty flowers and on the oval shape.
    Sending some Bama hugs your way.

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  3. I love when a custom card is just perfect....and this sounds like it will be!

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  4. Great Non-traditional card Nancy. Looks like you had fun taking a side trip. Nice, Nice, Nice.

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  5. Sounds like you have a card that will make the bride squeal with glee based on your description of her :) Great take on the insp. photos!

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  6. This is adorable and I'm sure the bride will love it too.

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  7. Beautiful card Nancy! Love the chalkboard tag. ~jeni :)

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  8. This is brilliant Nancy, it sounds perfect for the non traditional bride - great take on the inspiration pictures.
    Pauline
    x

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  9. Wonderful card, love the sweet image!

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  10. This is so cute. I love the chalkboard and how you made this card with such a personal touch for Laura. She will love it. Hugs.

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  11. so gorgeous nancy.beautiful design and i love your colours and floral image ;D

    xx coops xx

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  12. Absolutely gorgeous design!! Brilliant colors and pretty chalkboard look!! Hope all is well with you my friend! HUGS :)

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  13. How fun and so positively thoughtful of you to incorporate her shower theme into her wedding card. It's sensational.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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