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Froggy Friends (Item Id#1102)

Good Morning!! Wishing you all a great day ahead !! For me friday is the best day of the week :)) . Hope its the same for you too.

The card I am putting up today is a just like that card I made without any challenge or theme in mind. But when I checked out the challenge blogs today, I found it fits into so many of them. My joy has no bounds girlies :)

The card uses a lot of shades of green. The frogs are hand drawn and colored and are very adorable. The sentiment is without a doubt handwritten.

This cards goes for the following challenges
Twisted Thursdays (Green)
Rosie's and Dee's (Freindship)
Cute Card Thursday (Lucky Green)
Inky Impressions (Think Green)
Lexi Creation's (Anything Goes)
The Pink Elephant (Add green to your color combo)
Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!


  1. gorgeous card, love the little frogs, many thanks for joining in the CCT challenge, hugs Debx

  2. cute card, the frog stamp is so cute!!

  3. Hi Ujjwal...the frogs are way too cute...I just love them. The ribbon and the colored paper gives the card a gentle look. And the inverted V with ribbon is looking awesome. Keep rocking !!!

  4. Beautiful colour combo in your fab-froggy card,
    like it so much!
    Thanks for joining in with us at
    Rosie D's Challenge, good luck;-))m

  5. What a great card, and wonderful design!! Thanks so much for joining us at Inky Impressions!

  6. I love your card. Those froggies are just adorable and love how you placed them on corrugated cardboard. Thanks for playing along with us this week over at shirleys2girls Twisted Thursdays!

  7. Great card-got to love a frog! Thanks for playing at S2G!

  8. Hi Ujwall

    This really is a very elegant card.

    Thanks for sharing with us at Rosie D's.

    B x

  9. Sooo cute! Love the frogs! Thanks for joining us at S2G this week!

  10. This is so cute! Thanks for joining us a S2G Twisted Thursday! Good Luck in the draw!

  11. Great card, thanks for joining Rosie-D's challenge, good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

  12. Lovely 'Friends-card'!! So cute!
    Thanks for joining us at Rosie-D's Challenge! We hope to see you back next challenge! :)

    Greetigns, Saskia :)

  13. Great card! I love colours and frogs are so cute. Thanks for joining us at Rosie-D`s challenge.
    Magda :)

  14. Super card, just love it. Thanks for joining us at S2G!

  15. I love your hand drawn frogs I am green with envy! Thanks for playing along with Inky impressions! Beth

  16. How cute and you drew the frogs - awesome!

    Thanks for playing along at Shirleys2Girls :)

  17. Just as cute as can be and thanks so much for joining us at Shirley's 2 Girls!

    Peace & Luv,

  18. I have such a hard time mixing shades of green, but yours looks great. Those little frogs are just beautiful! Thanks for playing along with us at S2G's Twisted Thursday!

  19. Love your hand drawn frogs!!Awesome card!!Awesome take on the green challenge at Inky!!Thanks for joining us!!

  20. So CUTE! Love your card design. Thanks for playing with us this week at Inky Impressions. hugs, Angela

  21. This is SO cute! I just love it! Thank you for joining in the Inky Impressions Challenge!


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