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Thanking Flowers (Item Id#1114)

Hope you all had a good day!!
I personally don't really like mondays as I have to go to work :)

I am putting up a beautiful hand painted card without any embellies. Its a great way to say heartfelt thanking you to the one who has stood by you always.
And here is how it looks from inside

It has matching red envelope with a flower
And here is a closer

The sentiment is ofcourse handwritten.
Hope you like it!!Thanks for visiting!! 


  1. Hi there

    I know just what you mean about Mondays. But a great card, love the beautiful tulips.

    Thank you for sharing with us at By the Cute and Girly this month.

    B x

  2. Just beautiful! Love the tulips! Thanks for joining us at BTC&G!

  3. This card really is beautiful (inside and out).
    Thank you for sharing it with us at By the Cute and Girly.
    Beryl xx

  4. This is really beautiful. I love those flowers. Thanks for joining us at TG and good luck.

    Kat x

  5. Beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at Totally Gorjuss this week. Suzie x

  6. Oh so beautiful, perfect for our love challenge. Thanks for sharing at By the Cute and Girly.

  7. Those painted flowers are delightful. Thanks for joining us again at TG
    Love Sarah W XXX

  8. Beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with us at Stampin' Royalty!

  9. Your work is absolutely beautiful Ujjwal! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Stampin' Royalty! I can't wait to see more of your work in the future!

  10. Such beautiful work! Lovely card!

  11. Really beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Delightful Sketches and Challenges.
    Julie x

  12. wow, that is so gorgeous, many thanks for joining in the CCT challenge, hugs Debx

  13. so very beautiful and that verse is so moving. Thankyou for sharing your creation with "by the cute and girly". janex

  14. Gorgeous card! You've been busy at Delightful Sketches and Challenges!

  15. Hi Ujjwal,

    The card is one of the best ways to express gratitude or say thanks.

    A single rose in your card reflects an uniqueness in expressing a gratitude to Patron.

    The roses on the other page are in opening stage. This opening of the leaves is similar as opening of the doors of the broad mind to say thanks. We can relate this as one is getting opened with broad mind toward the patron to say thanks.

    Handwritten text enriches its love with red colour.

    That is why I felt this painted card so sweet and true.

    Cheers to your creativity.

  16. This is so pretty. Thanks for joining us at Gingersnap Creations!


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