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Mother Day Wishes

My laptop computer is still in the shop - I promise I am going to catch up with everyone as soon as I get it back. I feel like a fish out of water - seriously!!!

This week's Squigglefly challenge is all about Mother's Day. Once again I used Blow Me A Kiss by Lynn Stansbery - one of my favorite Squigglefly images.


I was going with a lot of texture on this card and I was also trying to experiment with cardboard. One of my panels and all my flowers were made with left-over pieces of cardboard. I am trying to come up with some ideas to share at work with how to engineer some thank you cards and other items with things at hand. I hand cut them and I think they came out nicely. I know my Mother will love this - she loves this image and loves anything made with recycled items.

Make a Mother's Day card and join us at Squigglefly!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Absolutely gorgeous. Just adore the flower spray and the hint of vintage.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  2. I, too, love this image and you colored it so beautifully. I really like the look of the cardboard, (great idea) and your flowers just stand up perfectly. Lovely card. Mom will be super happy with this one. Have a great week.

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  3. It's a most adorable image and I love your recycled flowers. It's a gorgeous card and your Mom is sure to love it, Nancy.

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  4. Love this image and what a fabulous job you did with it...makeing this awesome card...I think your Mother will treasure it.

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  5. Beautiful card and not only is the image adorable, you've colored her beautifully as well. Love those flowers you made too.

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  6. Love everything about your card--the corrugated cardboard, the coloring, and those flowers. Gorgeous!

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  7. Oh my gosh Nancy! A home run. It's outa' here. The image you use is from the most talented artist at Squiggle fly. It is gorgeous. Bravo.

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  8. aw so gorgeous nancy.the image is super adorable and i love your details and fabulous texture and colours ;D

    xx coops xx

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  9. This is gorgeous, such a beautiful image and your design is perfect along with your fabulous flowers.
    Pauline
    x

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  10. Love all the texture to emphasize the beauty of the image! Fabulous!

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  11. Adorable image and recycling to boot - very nice :)

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  12. Nancy,
    The image is just precious - as is your wonderful card. I know your Mom with love it!

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  13. Nancy, I love this image and you have colored it wonderfully. I love it.

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  14. You Do inspire us Nancy! I love the recycled flowers--What a NEAT idea! I think all the "chunky" layers just make the soft image of Lynne's girl pop off the card! TFS~
    Carolyn

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  15. Such a cute and cuddly image and those flowers steal my breath away.

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  16. Lovely card Nancy. I love the textured cardboard behind the image, and your flowers are gorgeous!

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  17. Awesome card ..love this image

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  18. Your coloring is such perfection, this almost looks like a photograph! What an impressive and stunning mother's day card!

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