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New Card Challenge Is Up

Happy May! Earlier, I posted my new card challenge at The Moments.  Here is the link  Card Challenge at the Moments This months assignment is to create a card with a picture on it. As a photographer's daughter, I was surrounded my pictures. So you can image all the pics I have! Geez! Also there are lots of new scrapbook challenges there, too. We have some talented designers there.

Well, here are my samples I made. I couldn't decide on which one to use so I am using them both. Plus, my mom will love receiving two cards.


Used Webster's Pages vellum on cs, green stamped sentiment, pearls, yellow tulle and paper flower. I love how the pic looked behind the vellum.  Great idea to soften the pic.



Used Webster's Pages die cut cs on black cs, Prima flower, sheer leaves, Recollections rhinestone frame and black glittered letters.


Come join the fun at Scrappin the Moments. Hope to see you there! Scrapping the Moments

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  1. Those are stunning, Kelly! LOVE the vellum over the photo. Provides such a soft look. She'll love the wedding photo card! So PRETTY!!

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  2. I so love to use photos on card, it is so personal. Love yours!

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  3. oh my they are awesome!
    from Debbie at the hive

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  4. I love the photo. It makes it so personal and unique too. Your color selection is oh so fab too. Great Job!!!

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  5. beautiful.. she's gonna love it!

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  6. You've rocked this category, Kelly! Both are too lovely but I have to say the first one with the yellow tulle is my favorite - so soft and fragile looking. Excellent work!

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  7. Kelly... those are gorgeous!! I really love the tulle... so pretty!!! :) How creative to incorporate pics onto your cards. Your Mom is going to love them!!!!

    God bless you & Ron!!

    Tracy

    Do not be led astray by the things of this world.
    But, rather be enouraged to Stay True To God!

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