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Faux Stained Glass

The DRS Designs Challenge this week is a color challenge.  Participants are asked to use some of the colors below in their creations:

This challenge made me think of the Polka Dot Flower Trio stamp so I used it.  I combined it with the Single Flying Butterfly image and the Oval Stained Glass image. The new Butterfly Kisses Greeting (I see it is on sale 30% right now).

You should check out what the other DRS Designs DT members created with these lovely colors (click HERE to see). 

Hope your week is going well! 



  1. This is beautiful Nancy, such a gorgeous image and fabulous design - a lovely sentiment.

  2. Very gorgeous, my friend. I love the stained glass stamp. Greenie made a card with one of DRS stained glass stamps while she was here. It turned out gorgeous.

  3. Beautiful card and the sentiment is so loving! Love your color palette!

  4. Gorgeous card Nancy, I like the image and the wonderful sentiment
    Kevin xx

  5. Love the design,this is just

  6. Nancy, you did a great job with that stainglass stamp...I have tried several times to use it without much success!!
    I have to comment about the wedding pictures as well. Your photographer did a splendid job! The photos are very pretty and creative. I have been the photographer for a few weddings (not anymore...too stressful!) so I appreciate good photos and good ideas for photos! Love them! Love the bride photos especially (that is what I liked to do the best).

  7. Your faux stained glass is stunning, Nancy! What a pretty card!! And thank you for sharing the wedding photos! Your daughter is gorgeous and the whole affair looked well done and a lot of fun!! Enjoy the long weekend!! Hugs, Darnell

  8. This is so pretty and I love the colours here.

  9. so gorgeous nancy.the stained glass image is stunning and i love your beautiful verse ;D

    xx coops xx


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