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Happy Weekend to all you lovely people out there!! Hope you all have some great plans for this weekend. As for me, I got to work today as well...poor me !!  :((
Just to make myself feel better and come out of the gloomy feeling of working on a weekend, I made a little cheerful card with lots of colors. I used the lovely sketch over at Sketch Girl and just followed my heart....I guess thats the reason for so many hearts on a single card...lol

I went green again with this card(not literally..lol) and used newspaper and bottle corks. I used pearls for the first time and loved the effect!!

Updated : With so much happening around in my life, I completely forgot to write that this is my last GDT submission for Challenge Up Your Life. I had so much fun playing along and being a part of the design team. All the 4 challenges that I played during my stay as GD were so diverse and such a learning experience. And I am glad that the challenge for the next 2 weeks is "Recycling". You all know how I love to reuse and recycle :))

So its time to think out of the box, keeping an eye on what you can use as your craft supply from around the house ( just like I do :))  ) and play along. There are some fabulous goodies to be won by the winner. 

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. Gorgeous.. i love it when cards are spontaneous and from the heart, coz you allow the inner creative jumps out, often with unexpected result. My dear, you have such a big Heart within you. Love this hearty card!

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  2. wow!!.. awesome!!.. loving ur "green" ways! ;)
    dun wry.. i had an extra class today 7:30 am too :).. just trying to make u feel better! :D

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  3. OMG what a great card.... I love how each panels is a different heart.... thanks for joining us at Sketch Girl Challenge and I look forward to seeing your creations again.

    Harriet

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  4. Very bright colors... lovely panels... I'm sure it cheered you up on a working Saturday ;-)

    Hugs,
    Smita

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  5. Super happy card. Love all those colors and what a great way to create a collage effect! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Girl!

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  6. lovely card motay... :)
    seems hearts are getting planted at a very large scale...lolz !

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  7. This is so cool! I love this card! Thank you for playing with us at Sketch Girl!

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  8. What a great idea to use Newspaper on your card. Wow! I'm amazed, thanks for helping me think outside the box.

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  9. Hi dear..Lovely card...It simply depicts the state of your heart and life.. I am sooo happy for you..can't describe! and I know the idea has sprouted right from your heart..Amazing creativity....Keep posting more and more ..Love to take a glimpse often!

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  10. A very fun card! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Girl!

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  11. Wow...awesome card. I love the tree. Good luck.

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  12. Wow, that is pretty cool! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Sketch Girl!

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  13. Love your card and all the similar scenes to make your sketch! Very neat technique!!!
    SG Hugs
    Amber

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