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MFP November Blog Hop Day Three: Ice Skating


Welcome to the Marks Finest Papers, a Heinrich Company

Nov. Blog Hop! 





This month's New Stamp Set Releases are

 Featured  Nov. 25
Java Time

Featured Nov. 26
Crisp Winter


 Featured Nov. 27
Ice Skating

Featured Nov. 28
Vintage Fashion


Please hop along with us! You have a chance to win one of the above stamp sets! Just comment on the following blogs (don't forget this one), each day for more chances to win! (You do NOT have to comment on all the blogs each day! The names are drawn randomly!) All four winners will be announced on 
Nov. 29, 2014 on the MFP Stamp Shop blog. You can go back and comment if you missed a day. (HINT: The more you comment, the more chances you have to win and comments on the MFP blog count twice!) 

The deadline for 
commenting is 10 PM EST on Friday Nov. 28, 2014




Here's the Design Team:


I had fun with this new set. I sparkled up the skates with stickles to give the card an icy feel.

Come on back tomorrow for more creativity.

Comments

  1. Like your design and added sparkle - very nice

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  2. I love the vintage fill on this card! So lovely.
    Happy Thanksgiving,

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  3. I like the color that you used...it has a very nice glow....very nice card

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  4. I absolutely love the skate card! So darn cute and is a perfect reminder of the winter season to come!

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  5. This is very classy! I like the monochrome look of the brown/cream and the sparkle on your skates.

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  6. Very elegant and beautiful! Love the sentiment and those skates are gorgeous! LOVELY!
    Lynn

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  7. Beautiful card; love the ice look; the skates are gorgeous.

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  8. Nancy,
    Pretty and elegant - and I love the icy feel you have added to your wonderful card.

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  9. This is gorgeous Nancy, I love your sparkly skates and the Kraft and cream combination is lovely.
    Pauline
    x

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  10. Wow I love the vintage feel to your card absolutely gorgeous! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  11. What a beautiful vintage look! Love the bow and the colors

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  12. I nearly overlooked this gorgeous card, but I'm glad I found it! Those ice skates look wonderful in this color and what a beautiful bow too! I love the sparkle!

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  13. This is a fabulous card. I love it. Great job coloring those skates.

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  14. WOW that is a beautiful card!!, I love the soft vintage color and the way you added the sparkle to the skates, REALLY lovely!!

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  15. so stunning nancy.your neutral colours are beautiful and i love the fab skates ;D

    xx coops xx

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  16. Oh wow I just LOVE this Nancy!! I love the sparkly skates and the pretty ribbon!! ;)

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  17. What a beautiful card. I love the sweet skates all sparkly. I used to ice skate every winter in Connecticut. I loved it. I wished I had kept my skates when I moved here because now I see people make flower arrangement and hang them on their door. I would have done that!!!

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