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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Note Card Wednesday




We have rolled around to the middle of the month and the third Wednesday which is the Note Card Wednesday at Vee's.

We choose 4 photos that would make great note cards and post them here.  There is a new rule this month and I think it's a great idea.  Vee would like us to make a 'box cover' photo as well, of the 4 notecards we chose.  Mine will be at the end of the post.

Here are my choices this month.  I love hydrangeas and our 'tree' is pretty huge so I pick them in the fall and dry them.  The basket ones are from the hydrangea tree and the other ones are one from the tree and one from the small Endless Blue shrub we have.

I think these cards will be suitable for many occasions.











I hope you will come over to Vee's and join in on the party.
There are always some really beautiful notecards from other bloggers.  

Have a great day!

Blessings,

Pamela



48 comments:

  1. I love the colors of these notecards, Pamela, You should really print and sell them. What a nice set.

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  2. Hydrangeas are my favorite flower. I used to have some big bushes and the were every shade of pink and blue. I loved drying them, too. And I love frosty photos...but you already know that! heehee!

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  3. every time i see your hydrangeas makes me wish for one in my yard. i enjoy your collection this month. so fun!! ( :

    i have seen the green mountains in Vermont ... white ones - hope i have never been up north in the winter ... i would have to twist the hubby arm for that one ... he does not drive much in the snow unless it is for the working (his work / job) side of life. but it does sound like such fun!

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  4. These hydrangeas are stunning! Yes, these cards would have a wide variety of uses, which makes them very useful. I love your box top, but I have no preference about whether participants do them. Whatever you would most enjoy is what will make me happy! I'm happy here...leaving whistling...speaking of which, the wind is really whistling today. It is very brrrrrrisk!

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  5. Yes, they make lovely cards. And I agree they would be suitable for many occasions.

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  6. Gorgeous pics with great lighting! I love 'em:@)

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  7. Pamela, your glistening dried hydrangea pics are spectacular - well done, ma'am!!

    Happy Card Party day!!

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  8. Pamela
    I'm glad you chose Natures bounty for your notecards.
    They are beautiful shots!

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  9. I adore hydrangeas too Pamela - they give us so much!
    Great for Thanksgiving decoration as well.
    Shane

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  10. Lovely notecards Pamela. I like the box lid idea too. xx

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  11. Love your frosty collection for Vee's party! Blessings...

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  12. I still love your hydrangeas in a basket the the frosted plants are beautiful as well. The whole colour palette of your cards is so soft.

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  13. Very pretty cards made with my favorite flowers!

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  14. Pamela, your photos are stunning! I love dried hydrangeas AND frost! I went out just last week one morning and took some frosty photos, although I haven't had a chance to post them. This is one beautiful set of cards!

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  15. I am trying hard to strike hydrangeas at the moment maybe to hot at the moment but I have never seen them with frost on them but frost is very rare here.
    Merle...............

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  16. Amazing photos - and perfect for notecards!!

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  17. Fabulous photos and blooms! Oh, I wish I had an armful of those dried beauties!

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  18. Awesome flowers...and the photos of them are really, really good....I love these cards.
    xo bj

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  19. What gorgeous photos, Pamela! I'd be happy to receive any of those as notecards. xo

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  20. Those are some of the prettiest note cards I've seen - just lovely and serene.

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  21. They are simply beautiful, Pam and would make such lovely cards.. xo

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  22. Your hydrangeas are so gorgeous...I have a bouquet in my home too. Perfect notecards, Pamela!

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  23. What pretty, pretty pictures, Pamela! I think hydrangeas are beautiful, and you have captured them beautifully! Yours are such a lovely color.

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  24. so gorgeous... i love my dried hydrangeas...

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  25. Oh wow- these are gorgeous shots...so pretty!

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  26. I love hydrangeas fresh and dried. The colour of yours is so pretty and they look wonderful in the basket. Really great note card options.

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  27. Beautiful Hydrangeas Pamela . . . Perfect notecards . . .

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  28. Beautiful Pamela. The hydrangeas are so pretty and you have arranged them in the perfect basket. What a beautiful get well wish you could write on your note cards. The frost on the hydrangeas is very pretty. Mine are all gone before the first frost comes. We have had very light frost so far and rain last night and today. I have never visited Vee so I am going over. Thanks for the invitation..Happy Tuesday..Judy

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  29. I love hydrangeas anyway I can get them. They are perfect on notecards! Lovely!

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  30. I don't know if I've told you yet how much I like your new header. I think your note cards would sell very well in your friend's store. Have you ever thought of marketing them?

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  31. These are gorgeous photos Pamela. I love hydrangea and you've capture them in various states of beauty!

    Deanna

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  32. If you ever decide to sell your notecards, please let me know! I would be a great costumer.... because you know how I love your beautiful photos. Hydrangeas are some of the prettiest flowers and one of my very favorites. They look so beautiful in your perfect basket. I know you enjoy doing Vee's party. I can see why. Your photos are lovely! Oh, and you are right...they are perfect for almost any occasion.

    Think of you often. May you have a wonderful week!
    Susannah

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  33. I am still loving your basket of rose and chartreuse dried hydrangea flowers Pam. The frames you added make them pretty note cards and you can send me one of these any time!

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  34. How pretty! I still use note cards quite often. It's funny how surprised some people are when I tell them that.

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  35. I love the photos of the frost edged leaves & pedals. So beautiful!

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  36. Absolutely gorgeous! I love their frosty tips.

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  37. They're perfect Pamela. I like every single one of them. Carol

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  38. Wow, amazing photos. I love the frosty details!

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  39. Love these photos, and you're right, they would be fantastic notecards for any occasion. Stunning!

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  40. I just love your selections this moth Pamela, especially the frosty ones. Beautiful!

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  41. Absolutely beautiful. My favorite flower too.

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  42. I would love dozens of hydrangea pics on cards for all occasions IF they are as pretty as yours Pamela!!!
    I love the almost 'flocked' look from the frost, and the colors are prefect.

    Hugs - Mary

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  43. Pamela! These are perfect note card. The colors are just beautiful. I would buy these!

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  44. Beyond gorgeous, Pamela! I have enjoyed your work in the past and today's note cards are no exception - a favorite flower and such precise images. I especially love the details in the close-ups. Also enjoyed reading your earlier post about your dinner for one by candlelight. Great geography lesson. Bundle up - sounds chilly up there!
    Joy!
    Kathy

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  45. These photos are beautiful, Pamela. I also love hydrangeas. Bundle up...it's getting cold up here now!
    Cheryl

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  46. Beautiful! And hydrangeas are my favorite...whatever the season!

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  47. Your note cards are beautiful hydrangeas just scream that even long after. Mine are still looking fabulous, but the ones on the tree are so brown and ug. Love the note card idea, how do you put them into a box?

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