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Weekend Cards

Happy Monday my friends,

I went to the most lovely wedding this weekend - my niece, Carrie Jo, tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony at Apple Valley Farms. She was beautiful and smiled the biggest smile (seriously - I have only ever seen Julia Roberts smile bigger) the whole evening even though I know she was melting in the 100 degree heat (one of the pitfalls of outdoor weddings). When I look at her, I still see her as a little girl helping me paint the nursery walls at church and jabbering away. It was our first really long talk and I was amazed at how insightful and smart she was - no surprise she is now a hot shot attorney. The wedding was out of town and we stayed the night, but I still got to stamp a bit Saturday morning and last night.



All the cards above were made for the Inspiration Challenge at SCS. The next card was made for the Featured Stamper Challenge at SCS and I cased THIS card.


Hugz, and I hope you have a wonderful week!

Comments

  1. Awesome cards, Nancy. I can tell you put so much heart into your cards.
    I can imagine that hot that wedding was outside but I'm sure it was beautiful.

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  2. All of these are fabulous. Love the simplicity of the first three and all the dimension on the last one. Love those feathers behind the bouquet of flowers.

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  3. These are ALL really gorgeous designs!! I am really drawn to the CAS style, but the flowers on the second card are stunning with the dimension too!! Great job! HUGS :)

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  4. I love all 3 of those wonderful CAS cards, but I'm blown away with that gorgeous floral beauty! Who knew flowers, feathers and doilies would go together so well, especially when they're tied up with some pretty sheer ribbon! Well done on all!

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  5. These are all beautiful Nancy, I love those flowers
    Kevin xx

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  6. OH! Nancy, these are all beautiful! Such lovely artistry and color choices. Will you frame them? hugs, de

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  7. Glad you had a lovely time and a little get away as well! Your cards are fantastic and very different in style from what you normally create but I love them!

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  8. Nancy you rocked the watercolor Inspiration site!!!!!! You have 3 powerful masterpieces! Your last piece is fabulous with the wonderful layers, color and sheer bow! Terrific cards!

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  9. WOW Nacy! This is impressive. Every one is a masterpiece worthy of a frame. Excellent. - Jim

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  10. Lovely one layer cards and adore that last one!! Yeah for a wonderful wedding, abeit a warm one :)

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  11. A wonderful collection of cards Nancy, I love the stamped ones - especially the Lion. The last one is absolutely beautiful, those flowers are gorgeous.
    I'm so pleased to hear that you had a wonderful time at the wedding, it sounds like it was a fabulous day.
    Pauline
    x

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  12. So glad you enjoyed yourself at the wedding...Your cards are lovely...great coloring!

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  13. Just found your blog, so enjoyed looking around, you make some really lovely cards. I have become a follower so I shall be calling in to see your lovely creations regularly, hope you'll come and visit me too.
    Hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  14. So pretty, all of them. And the last one is like nylon stocking flowers. So very beautiful.

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