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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Scrap Africa no.55

Oh there's a new challenge over at Scrap Africa Challenge no.55 - July Mood Board ......first thought was my wood grain papers (that I might have been hoarding I just love them!) I wanted to pull the wood and the colors from the mood board and make a pretty card that had a country feel to it...I think I did a pretty good job getting my idea to the paper!


 I had these cute little wood flower embellishments from Prima,called Natural bark shapes...I added them under the twine...


thanks for coming to take a peek!

9 comments:

  1. Lo has conseguido!! ;)...Me encanta como has hecho tu trabajo con nuestro Mood Board!!. Muchísimas gracias por acompañarnos este mes en Scrap África y suerte!! :)

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  2. I like your romantic take on the country theme! Woodgrain papers are so fun to use indeed. Thank you for joining us at Scrap Africa!

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  3. Beautiful card! Love your colours and that gorgeous center flower. Thank you for playing at Scrap Africa.

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  4. Such a Beautiful card!!! Love the handmade flowers!!! Great work!!!
    Thanks for playing with us at Scrap africa!
    Xoxo

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  5. Wow...absolutely stunning, elegant and beautiful! Love the wood grain paper and the beautiful flowers! ;-) Thanks so much for playing along with us at Scrap Africa! ;-)

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  6. Oh my such a lovely card. The colour combo is perfect. I love the flower you made. Thanks for playing along at Scrap Africa.

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  7. This is so lovely especially the rustic feel. I love that you've incorporated the colour of the flowers into this card. Thanks for playing along at Scrap Africa :)

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  8. This card is soooo pretty! Thank you for playing at Scrap Africa with us!

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  9. What a beautiful card!!!! I love your flowers!!!! thank you for joining us @Scrap Africa!

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