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The sketch with a twist at MFP is super fun this week and I combined it with the MMTPT#316 challenge at SCS which is to add flower and maybe a butterfly which I did.

I used the MFP Lots of Words stamp set and paper from The Paper Studio and my stash.



  1. What a great job you did with the sketch your color choices are excellent ......Lis

  2. In a word - this is fabulous!!! I love the gold braid, the mesh, the butterfly ........every detail is beautiful!

  3. Nancy, your card is gorgeous! Love the background paper and colors you used. Thank you for using the SWAT sketch for your MMTPT challenge.

  4. Way to skew those panels :) Love the mesh in the BG!

  5. This is beautiful Nancy, I love the butterfly and the papers
    Kevin xx

  6. Wow! Beautiful butterfly and that gold mesh.

  7. Beautiful card and butterfly. Love those background papers too.

  8. A gorgeous card Nancy, I love you beautiful butterfly and rich colours.

  9. So beautiful!! I love the touches of gold and your papers! :) HUGS

  10. Your card is absolutely beautiful. I love the butterfly and the background papers. Thank you for joining us at MFP Sketch with a Twist this week.
    DT Member

  11. Hi, Nancy! BEAUTIFUL Autumn-feel card, with the prettiest layers, papers, and design! I especially like your popped up butterfly done in the same wonderful autumn colors. Very earthy with the textured fiber in the background, too! hugs, de

  12. Wow, beautiful card and gorgeous butterfly!

  13. A beautiful card and I love the paper. The gold ribbon/netting is so pretty and a great embellishment for your card.

  14. Pretty butterfly Nancy and I love the added texture on this card.
    Bear Hugs,

  15. Oh how lovely! I love the sparkle and colors! Very nice! Thanks for joining us at Mark's Finest Papers Sketch With A Twist challenge!

  16. Wow, so very striking!! Fantastic work ;)

  17. Breathtakingly beautiful. Is there a button hiding that I am not seeing???
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  18. This is beautiful. I love all the gold elements you used. Thanks so much for sharing with us on MFP's Sketch with a Twist.


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