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Sifter Vase

Some gorgeous pictures for the MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge:





For my card, I used a number of MFP sets: Recipe Starters, Pretty Pears, Natures Brushstrokes, and Ivy and Blossoms.

Sorry if I haven't been by to visit in awhile, we took a little vacation down to Mobile. I promise to catch up soon.

Hugz!

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  1. Hi, Nancy! So glad you were able to enjoy a brief vacation in Mobile! Hope you are having fun. Your Pears card is wonderful! Love the combination of your designer papers, and the beautiful coloring and techniques in your siften vase and kitchen utensils - so pretty! hugs, de

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  2. What a super card. I like those beautiful flowers in your sifter...great idea! Hope you had fun in Mobile.

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  3. oh wow so stunning nancy.really gorgeous design and image and i love the rich colours ;D

    xx coops xx

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  4. I am loving this cute card. How creative to put the flowers in the sifter. I love it. You were really thinking on this one.

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  5. Such a stunning creation today! I love all of the texture on your design! :) Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
    My Blog: Stamp Smiles

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  6. This is gorgeous Nancy, such a lovely vase of flowers and the rich orange is fabulous.
    I hope you have had a lovely vacation.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. Wow is right! Gorgeous card and gorgeous coloring, love your color combo!

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  8. Loving all that orange and the fabulous fall colours/spray.

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  9. I am loving your beautiful card, Nancy! I agree with Shirley - what a great idea to put the flowers in the image from Recipes - I will have to keep that idea on a list. As always, a wonderful card!!

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  10. Pretty card! Really like the colors! Great take on your inspiration piece!

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  11. Wow! Excellent card Nancy. Love everything about this card. The colors, images and papers are perfect. - Jim

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  12. This is pretty enough to hang in the kitchen as some great wall art! I love every little detail!

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  13. loving the depth on this piece of wall art how gorgeous
    hugs Kate xx

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  14. This looks fabulous. Love the designand all your dimension - so realistic looking.

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  15. Wowowowowowow! Nancy, this is AMAZING! I LOVE it!

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  16. That is a wow! Fab design with that sifter vase and fussy cut flowers - great work :)

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  17. This is so beautiful. Your flowers look amazing.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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