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In Love with Blue (Item Id#1108)

Howdy guys !!

I am back with yet another card. And this one is for the La La Land Sketch Challenge LLWWC27. The sketch is fairly simple and that is what is exciting about it. You can play with it as you like :)

This card uses a lot of stitching which is my current love :) , both faux as well as real one.And since Stamp with fun Challenge #47 is stitching, I am putting it up there. I loved the glitter butterfly. I guess I have used glitter on my card after ages. The image is a free digi stamp that I downloaded but owing to my carelessness I have lost the link :)). I colored the stamp with water colors and the sentiment is ofcourse handwritten.

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Updated : The digi stamp is a freebie from Polly Craft


  1. Excellent card. I am falling in love with the blue you have been using in your recent cards!

  2. Amazing card...seriously the blue combination you have used is leaving me speechless...Loved the stitching part a lot.
    You've got a long way to go...keep it up !!!

  3. super cute! Great take on the sketch too! thanks so much for creating with us at LLWWC blog this time!
    Pam Going Postal

  4. GOrgeous card!! Love the colors and your interpretation of the sketch is so pretty!!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at La La land!

  5. Very pretty card! Geat take on the sketch and love that blue! So rich! Thanks so much for playing along with us at La La Land Crafts! Hope to see more of your creations!

  6. Love the blues!! Thank you so much for playing along with us this week at La-La Land Crafts!!
    :) Irina

  7. awesome!!.. luv the tiny "bling"!.. the pic is rly beautiful.. wish u hadnt lost it :(.. bt the blue is getting the best of u! :D

  8. great..this could well be the next one..:)

  9. Absolutely gorgeous! Love the blue colors here!
    Thank you so much for playing with us at La-La Land Crafts!

  10. Fabulous card - love all the stitching! Thanks for joining us at La-La's Weekly Wednesday Challenge!


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