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Luau Take Out

This week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge (#72)is Food for the Luau - yum,yum!



I went with the colors and shapes in picture #1 and #2:


I used the new MFP set called Chinese Take Out and my sentiment is from the MFP Glad Glads set. I see all kinds of cards in my future with this Chinese take out set - I love those fortune cookies and the box and sticks are so fun!

There are all kinds of possibilities with these challenge pictures - cards with toothpicks (drop by and see Shirley's toothpick card), fruit, colors, shapes, watermelon inspired cards - I could make another 20 cards! Come join us.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. This card is delish! I still have a snippit of that background paper hidden in my stash somewhere. It just looks like "happy" paper to me. Fun card, Nancy, have a fun day.

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  2. Oh so bright and happy.

    Thanks for asking, we are well and like the efficiency of Singapore.
    We almost found an apartment but the landlord gave it to some one else at a better price. So we have started to look for another one now. Bit disappointing but am sure when one door closes a better one opens.

    Take care and keep crafting,

    M

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  3. Your card is so cute. I love that you used this stamp set with the patterned paper. It looks wonderful. Why didn't I think of that? :) Thanks, for the extra little challenge you gave me that involved toothpicks. :)

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  4. What a fun card!! Love the layout and DP you chose. ~jeni :)

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  5. This is a fabulous card Nancy, I love the Take Out theme and great design - such a fun card.
    Pauline
    x

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  6. Nancy,
    Your card is so very adorable! I love all the DPs you used - so very perfect!

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  7. Ahh, love the panda! Super cute card!

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  8. Cute card :) Love the bright, zingy colour scheme and the fab take-out accessories are the perfect touch!

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  9. very happy to visit to blog today, love the Panda and wonderful fortune cookie..
    -samir

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  10. Fabulous card! Love everything about it.

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  11. This is so fun, Nancy! Wouldn't this be the best front cover on a menu?!! Very cool! Hugs, Darnell

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  12. so stunning nancy.i love your bold colours and fabulous image ;D

    xx coops xx

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  13. Very pretty and great colors and layering!

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