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Monday, August 13, 2012

MFP Rose

I made this card for a couple of Mark's Finest Papers challenges.   Speedy Fox and Friends has a challenge to make a card with dots.   Friends of Speedy TV has a challenge to use chalks on your card.   When I first started making cards, I used chalks.   I have not had my chalk out in years.  I tried to blend the green colors for the leaves.

I hope you are having a great Monday.  Thanks, for coming by.

10 comments:

  1. Pretty card, I like the colors that you used!

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  2. Beautiful card Shirley! Can't wait for you to start on the blog team!!! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy Fox & Friends blog challenge!

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  3. What a beautiful card Shirley ! I love the stamped image and the border too ! I only use my chalks to put some colour on my teddies'cheeks !!! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

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  4. Lovely card. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy Fox & Friends.

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  5. Here you go with the pink !! Love it paired with the black - such a classy combo - you did a great job with the chalks!! the tilt of your layout and the strip of dots look great together!! Hugs!

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  6. I have barely used chalks - chalk is not my friend. Oh, so many things are not my friend -- chalk, fork bows, etc.,etc. LOL Your card is gorgeous and elegant. The pretty button looks awesome, as does the pretty trim. I remember playing dress-up as a little girl and used one of my Mom's old evening gowns - it was pink and black - and was my favorite to play with.

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  7. I used up quite a few containers of chalk when I first started. Just recently got them out to use. Great card. Thanks for joining Speedys Friends.

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  8. Very pretty, Shirley. I had not used chalk forever either until recently on one of the MFP challenges. Your leaves blended really well.

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  9. My chalks are pretty dusty! Your card is fantastic! Just might have to dust mine off! TFS

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