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Some Dragonflies

At Pattie's Creations the challenge is Green for St. Patrick's Day! I used Pattie's beautiful Dragonfly image:


I used some papers with green in them for the card panels and the image, and I sponged on some Time Holtz - Peeled Paint Distress Ink.

Come join in the fun!

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  1. Ooh, I love those big dragonflies, Nancy. It's a beautiful card.
    Have a good weekend.

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  2. Fabulous! Love those shades of green and how large the dragonflies are (one of the great things about digis).

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  3. Those dragonflies are perfect for the card. Wonderful card.

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  4. Nancy - as always, your creation is Perfect, I so love the Dragonflies cut for effect, they look great!
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

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  5. Love the soft colours and wonderful job on the dragonflies!

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  6. Nancy, I just love this. Beautiful, soft water color feel. ~jeni :)

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  7. Love this card, the image is great ~ Niamh

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  8. Gorgeous card Nancy, I love those dragonflies.
    Kevin xx

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  9. This is gorgeous Nancy, those dragonflies are stunning and your papers are perfect.
    Pauline
    x

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  10. Oh wow this is really stunning!! Love those really large dragonflies!! I can't wait until I start seeing these this summer! ;)

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  11. Simply stunning Nancy. You've given me an idea on how to work with those dragonflies in the future. They look fabulous fussy cut and shaped. Fantastic layout too!

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  12. Fabulous! Love the gorgeous dragonflies!

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  13. Those big dragonflies are amazing! I heard these creatures eat stink bugs, so I'd like to order a gazillion please! LOL Seriously, this is really an awesome creation!

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  14. Wow, this is so striking! Love the fact you've gone large on those dragonfllies - fab design :)

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  15. Nancy what a lovely card I am loving the dragon flies that you have picked.
    Thanks for sharing with us
    Crafty Hugs
    Kelly xxx

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  16. Nancy,

    You have created a wonderful card using my Dragonfly image. It fits our current challenge so perfect.

    Hugs
    Pattie ♥

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  17. so gorgeous nancy.your dragonflies are fabulous and i love your green colours ;D

    xx coops xx

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  18. FABULOUS!!!!!! I'm continually impressed by your stunning designs!!!!!!

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  19. Loving these dragon flies and all the green. Just ideal for St Patrick's Day.

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  20. Beautiful, big dragonflies! Can't wait to see them in person this summer. This winter's been a bear!!! LOL

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  21. Wow, that's gorgeous. I love those dragonflies. They are so pretty on this wonderful card.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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