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Some Trees, Feathers, and Fun Colors

I had some time to play in some SCS challenges this weekend and these are the cards I made:

Hope your weekend was wonderful!!! Hugz!


  1. These are all so stunning! Hope you are having a great weekend.
    And thank you for letting me know that I am not alone...LOL!

  2. You did some gorgeous "playing". Each of them is just stunning. I adore "scene" cards. Hope you get to play again soon.

  3. I love the tree cards, and I must revisit those great SU! sentiment stamps you used on them!! I keep forgetting to pull them out! Great feathers and distressing and I love the colorful medallion too! NJ on all!

  4. Oh my I love these gorgeous tree creations Nancy!! The textures and colors look amazing!! ;) Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
    My Blog: Stamp Smiles

  5. Beautiful cards, such lovely designs, love them all!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

  6. You really got to have some fun with the challenges. Each card is a beautiful creation, Nancy.

  7. ALL of these are stunning! I love the way you did the trees on the first two. WOW! The feather card is so wonderful and would be great for a guy or a girl. Beautiful! Love the stamp you used on that last card and those pretty, pretty colors!

  8. These are gorgeous Nancy, the trees look wonderful and I love the rustic feel of the card with the feathers on it, you have used such gorgeous colours on the final one.

  9. Wonderful cards, each and every one of them! Its always such a treat to visit you!

  10. So much character in your cards, Nancy. Love them all but the one with feathers has stolen my heart.


  11. whoa! Nancy, these are wonderful! They should be framed! Gorgeous works of art, and such pretty textures and colors! Merry Christmas, Nancy! hugs, de

  12. I love each of these, Nancy! Each one has beautiful details. I was thinking of you today, this Christmas Eve. Wishing you and your loved ones a Christmas filled with many blessings, and a new year full of good health and prosperity! xoxoxo

  13. Such a beautiful series of creations. Adore the ones with the trees. Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed festive season and a 2015 filled with tons of love and joy.
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

  14. lovely cards. thanks for leaving me a comment at scs.
    keep in touch


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