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Pals Paper Arts and Stamp TV Challenge


Happy Beautiful Thursday morning my friends!  I have a quick post for you today!  We have all had those days when it’s time to post a card for a challenge and your not in love with it, and you think should I really post it?  Well, today is that day for me!  But I suppose you can’t love them all  now can you??  And that is part of the creative process.  The idea seemed to be formatting in my brain okay, but when it came down to putting it on paper..well it fell short.  I think what throws it off is that I sponged the paper flower with the same ink as the top panels of my card and the colors don’t look the same even though they are. :/  Anyhoo, this card is for the color challenge over at Pals Paper Arts.  Green…lots of green!  And the sentiment I just love it’s from Stamp TV’s Say it with Flowers.  It also cover the 3 for 3 challenge at Stamp TV.   The cardstock is GKD and the DP is from SU.  The ink is SU Kiwi Kiss and the cutouts were made with my Cricut- Pituresque cartridge.  The flowers on the top of the card are SU-Bitty Basics.

Thanks so much for all the comments as of late…I SOOOOOOO Appreciate it!!!

3 thoughts on “Pals Paper Arts and Stamp TV Challenge

  1. So many fabulous details, Nancy! Sometimes we are own worst critics! I LOVE the sponging, Thanks for playing at Pals Paper Arts!

  2. Beautiful card. Love the different shades of the green. Fab sentiment.
    Regards Florence.

  3. You are on fire lately! So many GORGEOUS cards.

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