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A Door Inspired Card

This week's MFPSpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge is all about some pretty doors:



I was inspired by the snow flake looking symbol on the first door:


I used the MFP Ice and Snow set to make this card - I embossed them and sponged around the panel with TH faded jeans ink. Fun! Hope you can join in the challenge!

Hugz and Happy Thanksgiving!!!!

Comments

  1. Brilliant card,.love the colours and papers and the door examples are gorgeous. .xxxThe Journey is the Start

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  2. I love the fabulous splatters making up this stunning background!!!! Gorgeous shade of blue. Wonderful card! Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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  3. LOVE your highlights on this card, Nancy! I can feel the magic and wonder. Very artistic and pretty! hugs, de

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  4. Absolutely magical looking and so beautiful! Love your sponging on this.
    Lynn

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  5. Nancy,
    So gorgeous and elegant - and it looks like a winter wonderland scene! As always, your card is wonderful. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! Hugs, K.

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  6. A fabulous card Nancy, I love your embossed snowflakes and gorgeous background.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. Those gold snowflakes stand out beautifully with your sponged blue background! The white splatters just add to the frosty feel of this pretty card!

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  8. Gorgeous card Nancy, I like the design
    Kevin xx

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  9. Another gorgeous card. I love the gold embossed snowflakes.

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  10. Gorgeous background and love the gold snowflakes.

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  11. simply stunning nancy.the gold and blue is so stylish and i love your pretty snowflakes ;D

    xx coops xx

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  12. A beautiful silvery-blue background with some lovely gold sparkles on your snowflakes - what a gorgeous CAS card to complement your doors' inspiration. Love your take on this door design. Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful and that you were able to spend it with those you love the best. TFS & Hugs.

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  13. Absolutely amazing affect you've achieved with your background!! I love the colors and the embossed gold snowflakes really pop against it!! Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving as well my friend! HUGS :)

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  14. Gorgeous sparkly snowflakes on your pretty card. What a fun challenge. Those doors are unique and inspiring.

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