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A Few Fun Cards/Pages

I had a chance to play around a bit this weekend - it was so nice!

I made this card for the MIX challenge on SCS where participants were to use some type of packaging on their card or as a tool to make their card. I used the packaging from a Prima flowers package for the smaller flowers, sprigs and leaves (I painted them a bit with water colors and glittered them up but you can still see the writing on some of them). I colored all my papers with water colors and glitter.

I also have been trying out different card designs to make at work for a rewards craft day. The workshop will have lots of men so I wanted to come up with a card that would be interesting for them. This one will not be the one as I won't have a die cut machine. I used the Inspiration Challenge at SCS as my inspiration for this one:

The Queen for the Day challenge at SCS was ReginaBD and I cased her fun scrapbook page HERE. I only have about 19 more pages or Allie's Freshman scrapbook!

Lastly, I played in the Featured Stamper Challenge at SCS and cased This fun card.

Hope you had a great weekend too!



  1. Wow each one as spectacular at the other. Love every one of these, Nancy. Your fist card is just gorgeous, both the card and it's elements but the sentiment. So soft and beautiful. The masculine card is just outstanding. I love it, what a creative mind you have. Any guy would so appreciate this one. Alli's scrapbook page is precious and I love the circular picture next to the journaling. Your last card is just lovely as can be. The vintage look is just a thing of beauty. I so enjoy all of your posts all of the time. Enjoy your day.

  2. Wow! Nancy, you had a fun weekend and did some beautiful work. Each card and the scrapbook page is just fabulous. I know you're having fun.

  3. Nancy you have been busy, these are super beautiful but my favourite is the first one I love everything about it!!
    Kevin xx

  4. Nancy I love all of the projects you made. Your first card is so pretty - you rock those flowers! I also really love the scrapbook page you made - that lace is so lovely. I'm glad you had a fun creative weekend!

  5. You have been busy!! Love the sparkly flower cluster on the first one, giggled at the second, beautiful photo on the third and a wonderful use of the train image on the third.

  6. What a lovely collection of cards you made here...My favorite is the bottom card...I have that stamp and you have me inspired for sure!

  7. Such a gorgeous collection of cards Nancy, they are all so different with a wonderful selection of styles. Your layout is fabulous, such a lovely photograph.

  8. Each card is just incredibly beautiful! Can't pick a favorite this time!

  9. You were busy Nancy. Lots of inspirational material here. Every card is a work of art. There is no way I will try to pick just one. A blue ribbon on all of them.

  10. What a wonderful collection of cards! The flower spray on the first just blew me away - completely!! Each one has it's own unique design, but my favorite is the vintage train card. I love that you found some printed paper with the word "train" which is awesome!! Well done, take a bow :)

  11. all so stunning nancy.your designs are fabulous, i love the fab train postcard stamp and your first card is so beautiful :D

    xx coops xx

  12. Those rolled flowers on your first card are gorgeous, love the writing on the leaves and sprigs. Fun card and a great design on the masculine card too, especially with the nut and bolt. Terrific scrapbook page, really love the embossed flower and the vintage look on your last card is fabulous.

  13. Your projects are all beautiful! The rolled flowers are gorgeous; the nuts bad bolts card is brill; the layout is super and the trai card...well, I am loving that card!!!


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