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This week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge is Ladders:



Here is my card:


I used the MFP stamp set Columns and Topiaries.

Before I forget, I was inspired to use this sketch by the wonderful sketches used by my blog buddy Nic. Check out her blog HERE and you will be in love with her fun sketches too!

Hope you will join us.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Love iv, love it, love it and it matches your counter so well. Those small pearl drops you have added to your background really make a big difference. It is just stunning. Have a good day.

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  2. Wow! What a great design and just a beautiful card you've created, Nancy. What a delight this will be for someone to receive.

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  3. Nancy, your card is beautiful. I love the ladder you chose for inspiration. It is so fun to see the inspiration you get from the pictures. Great job.

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  4. Oooh, I love the shabby chic touch here. Lovely colours and super design.

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  5. Love the polka dotted tabs on the side! Darling card.

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  6. Your creativity is shining through on this one Nancy. There are lots of elements to your card and it is not over done. A bit of old world meets shabby chic. A very nice touch. That bow is a perfect finishing touch.

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  7. Absolute genius and positively beautiful! Love everything about your card!

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  8. This is so beautiful Nancy, I love it!!
    Kevin xx

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  9. Gorgeous card here! I love these great colors and especially the text panel with those 3 tabs!l!

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  10. Nancy,
    Wow - so pretty and elegant! And, the stamp set was perfect for this challenge.

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  11. What a cool design. I absolutely love the tabs on the side and the touches of pearl dots too. A lovely card!

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