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Luau Inspired Prayers

The colors on the pictures for this week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challege #74 (Luau Wedding Tables) are gorgeous:



I picked the purple and green table - I love those colors together.


To make my card, I used MFP's Cone flower and Lots of Words sets. I stamped the butterfly from Lots of Words on one of my panels instead of trying to find some dp to match everything. I water colored the bg using drywall tape and then water colored my image as well.

I hope you will join us. If you have any questions about the challenge or how to participate, please let me know. I really love MFP stamps - the sets come with so many sentiments and are so versatile. I am happy to announce that I will be joining the MFP Senior Design Team in August. Fun times!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Very charming card, Nancy. I like the colour combo immensely.

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  2. Love your card and that's one of my favorite color combos too. Love how you created the background for the flower.

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  3. Love this beauty, Nancy. What a gorgeous flower and background. Great layers, too. Congrats on your Sr. DT position. Have fun!!!!

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  4. A very gorgeous card and I also love the colors. I can definitely tell which picture you drew your inspiration from. I love the use of the brads. Congrats on being a new Sr DT member. I am happy you are joining us. Yippee.

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  5. Your card is so gorgeous! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and congratulating me on my win from last week!

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  6. Nancy,
    Very pretty and I really like the skewed layers - wonderful colors. P.S. Welcome to the SR DT!

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  7. This is a gorgeous card Nancy, I love your colour choice and beautiful flower stamp.
    Congratulations on your Senior Design Team position.
    Pauline
    x

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  8. What a gorgeous background to compliment the beautiful flower! Very pretty card!

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  9. This is a gorgeous cone flower and that background is nothing short of amazing!! You've created a fantastic WOW factor card!

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  10. So glad to hear you will be one the senior design team...you so deserve it.!!!
    It is so much fun to win one of their stamp sets. I am making a strong effort to get each inked and out to card. I have been delaying too long.

    Sometimes I do wish they would check a bit more as there are still people winning who enter the same card in other challenges that week...happened this week again! Drag

    Your card is lovely....such beautiful colours together!

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  11. The purple and green really do work so well together and that flower stamp is gorgeous - such a striking card! Congrats on the DT too :)

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  12. Great flower and love the textured BG. Purple and green are such a fabulous colour combo and you made them shine :)

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  13. You have such a wonderful, detailed artsy style, Nancy. Your cards always have a lot going on, but I don't mean "busy". You layer things just so, and include all the "God is in the details" bits that make your creations a joy to behold.

    This card is really beautiful!

    And PS, thank you SO, SO much for always coming to visit me and leave pretty comments. You make me smile!

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  14. Wow...wow...wow!!! This is absolutely gorgeous!!! LOVE your drywall tape background and the layers. Just a wonderful card!!! Congratulations on your new senior DT position!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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