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Hugz for Kathleen

One of the sweetest card artists are SCS is facing a big mountain right now and this card is going to her. You can read more about it HERE.


The papers I used are from K&Co and SU! and my sentiment is from the MFP Medallion set.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Stunning, Nancy and I think the distressing on this card gives it the perfect look. Have a nice rest of the weekend.

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  2. Kathleen is sure to appreciate and adore this gorgeous card, Nancy. I love those rolled papers.

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  3. Great card Nancy. I too love the rolled corners.

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  4. This is so beautiful Nancy, and I know she will love it!!
    Kevin xx

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  5. Just sooooo pretty. Love it's vintage look and how you rolled the paper. VERY unusual and striking.

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  6. This is a beautiful card Nancy, I love the distressed look and the rolled papers and flowers look fabulous, I'm sure it will be very much appreciated.
    Pauline
    x
    P.S. I have candy on my blog if you would like to take a look -
    http://craftingwithcotnob.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. Oh WOW this is amazing, love the rolled papers and the flowers and the colours, stunning !
    Thanks for sharing hugs Kelly x

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  8. OMGosh this is so beautiful! She is going to love this, off to see your link and find out what is going on, I've been so outta the loop, working and all.

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  9. Fabulous distressing and love the rolled paper with the rolled roses. Gorgeous card!!

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  10. oh wow this is just fabulous nancy.i love the soft distressing and gorgeous details :D

    xx coops xx

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  11. This is jaw dropping stunning! Wonderful layers and beautiful design!

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  12. Beautiful :) Loving the rolled paper flowers and the rolled edges, especially with the distressing - so lovely!

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