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V-day : Red and Pink (Item id #1116)

Since Valentine's day is around the corner and there are lot of contests on and not to mention lot of prizes to be won, I thought I will dedicate my first post to this romantic season :)

So here is the card made in red,pink and white with lots of hearts !!


I forgot to tell you that I am a bit of a waste master and like to use every bit of paper or recycled paper. Here I have used old newspaper as a patterned paper. Its cost effective and looks great !!

 I bought the cute hearts mounted on the piece of corrugated card while visiting a stationary shop in Pune. Also the small heart stickers attached on the corner are from the same shop.
Then to add the final touch I added a small piece of dotted brown ribbon along with a brad. The brad is from the Gold and Silver Embellishment kit from Creative Impressions Inc. And thats it, My card is now ready to participate in the contests :)
This is going for Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge ; Creative Card Crew Challenge #44 ; Penny's Valentine Challenge ; There She Goes Color Challenge 41; lili of the valley; Sew many card Challenges; Gingersnap Creations; Rainbow Lady's Challenge Blog
Hope you liked it !! Thanks for visiting !!


Comments

  1. Lovely creation.Would love to have one of this!! :)

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  2. hey ujjwal these are rocking as always....evry piece is master piece in itself.....simply wowwwwwwwwwwwwww....excellent wrk .....keep cuming such ideas n creations :)

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  3. This is awesome! What a neat idea to recycle that newspaper as your bg paper!! It really is lovely!

    Thanks for playing along with us at Penny's Challenges, and we hope you'll join us again this Wednesday too! : )

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  4. What a lovely clean design.

    Thanks for playing Gorjuss with us.

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  5. Another great design! I really like the corrugated squares.
    Thanks for playing at at Delightful Sketches and Challenges.

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  6. This is fabulous! Love the torn edges! Thanks for playing along with us at Delightful Sketches & Challenges!

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  7. Love your card. Thanks for joining us at TG and good luck.

    Kat x

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  8. Waster Master?!?! I never have heard of that, but it's a great title LOL - You did an awesome job using all the little pieces in this card. I love the tattered edges!

    Angela
    SewManyCards.com

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  9. Oh wow! I love your card!! Love all the recycled tips you shared and used on your card. Love the torn newspaper. An all around awesome card!!! And welcome to the blogging world!!!

    Thanks for joining us at Sew Many Challenges and hope to see you in many more!!

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  10. Lovely blog and super card. Love that background what a good idea. Thanks for sharing come back on Thursday for more Love Cynthia x

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  11. Love this, love the torn paper effect. Fabulous card. Thanks for playing along at SMC

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  12. Great job! Love the torn newspaper!!! Great idea! Thanks for playing at SMC!

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  13. Love this one, too! Glad you joined us at Delightful Sketches and Challenges!

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  14. Fabulous card, great use of the newspaper, great use of the colours and such gorgeous details.
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at CC.
    hugs Heather xx

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  15. stunning card I love this beautiful card...thanks for joining in with the Colour Create challenge and dont forget to join in with my Colour Create candy the link is at the top of my blog
    Mina xxx

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  16. Hey Ujjawal... good work. I really love your cards as always... I wish u all the best for ur dream come true...

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  17. WOW this is fabulous love your design and style! Thanks for joining Colour Create this week!

    Hugs Di x

    p,s i have candy too

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