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A Hat Inspired Card

Time for the MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge and the wonderfully fun pictures that Shirley found to inspire us this week:



Here is my card using the Huge Blooms MFP stamp set. I hand cut my feathers in case you couldn't tell (LOL).



Come join in the fun!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Such a fun card and no I could not tell you hand cut them. They look great to me. You have a lot of patience. Cutting of any sort is not my thing, so I truly appreciate anyone's patience to do so. Have a wonderful day. My Alli is coming home today for a four day visit. Hope all is well with you and your family.

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  2. Love that huge bloom, Nancy, and the leaves are awesome. Great colors, too.

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  3. Love this fun card and your feathers look great.

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  4. This is a gorgeous card, I love your beautiful flower and hand cut feathers, I wouldn't have known they were hand cut either - I love cutting out decoupage but I don't think I could have cut them out so precisely.
    Pauline
    x

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  5. Beautiful card Nancy, I love the design.
    Kevin xx

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  6. Oh fun and I can definitely see the inspiration influence!

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  7. Wonderful card Nancy. Love the feathers and the flower coloring.

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  8. Love your fantastic card. I like how you did your leaves. We were on the same page again with the same images and the beads. :)

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  9. Love your use of the microbeads Nancy and your hand cut feathers look amazing. Very pretty. Hugs!

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  10. Great leaves and love the micro beads in the middle of the flower!

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  11. Nancy,
    Your card is so very pretty and elegant! Your leaves are awesome and the little gold beads are so perfect.

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  12. Absolutely stunning and those leaves are so creative.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  13. Oh so summery and cheerful. I like the treatment you gave to the leaves.
    Very pretty,

    Monica

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  14. so stunning nancy.fabulous bold design and colours and i love your large flower ;D

    xx coops xx

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  15. Well feather my hat and call me a lady! This is one fancy card, and I love how you did the feathers too! Sassy, classy and so much fun!

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