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Weekend Creations

I had a little extra time this weekend so of course I made some cards. My friend Nancy (stiz2003 on SCS) was selected at the Queen for the day so I cased a few of her cards (Here and Here are her cards):


I used the free stamp set that comes with the Simply Cards and Papercrafts magazine - what a great stamp set by Indigo Blu. I colored this with Faded Jeans TH Distress Ink.


This cute little Mo's Digital Pencil image called Bobbin is so precious. I colored this with watercolors and sewed it around the edges with my sewing machine.

I loved the image so much, I cased the Featured Stamper at SCS today (Elaine - Happy Heart on SCS) and made another card (I cased her card HERE):


Hope you had time to play this weekend too! Hugz!



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  1. Three lovely cards, I love the adorable Mo image and your pretty pastel papers and butterflies on the last one.
    Pauline
    x

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  2. Each card is absolutely delightful! Great cards and great colors!

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  3. All so sweet. Love the dragon fly in the first, the cute image in the seocnd and the butterflies in the third. Too much beauty here to handle in one post. Lol.

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  4. All beautiful cards but that dragon fly one is stunning, just love it! Michelle x

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  5. Fun projects! The top one looks like you hand-watercolored those images. Wow! And the Mo's fairy is adorable, especially the way you watercolored those, too.

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  6. Great projects. Love the monochromatic blues.

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  7. so beautiful nancy.i love your 1st card, the scene is stunning and your mo manning cards are so gorgeous.the image is adorable :D

    xx coops xx

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  8. Gorgeous dragonfly card! Love the mix of blues and watercolour effect. Darling image on the other two :)

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