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Baby baby!!

Woah!! My second post in a day...that makes me feel even better :D

This is the card I made before my marriage for a dear friend who is expecting her first baby. I know the picture isn't really great but during that period I was so short of time that this is all I could get.

I used a lot of fun embellies on this one - safety pin, paper clips and buttons. The image is a vintage image I found at some site and for which I have lost the link :(

I am putting this one up for the following challenges

Totally Gorjuss #41 - All about babies
The Corrosive Challenge #85 - All About Babies
PaperPlay Challenge week #30 - Anything Goes
EBTKS Challenge #20 - Buttons

Thanks for visiting!! Hope you like it!!


  1. love it!.. the digi is cute!.. and given short amt. of time.. this is sooo nyc!.. love those fun embellies to! :)

  2. Hey waww what a blog..visited your nice blog and dropping comments too, hope u like my cool blog and do the same..

    Nice Indian blog u have..haha

  3. this is so so cute. Love all the buttons

  4. Such a cute card Ujjwal! The image is so cute and I love all the embellishments! Thanks for joining us on PaperPlay this week!

  5. It really is a cute card!

    Congratulations on your nuptials! May you enjoy wedded bliss every day! :)

  6. This is really cute! THANKS for joining us at The Corrosive Challenge blog this week!

  7. How cute! Thanks for playing with us in the EBTKS challenge! :)

  8. :) this is so cute!! loved the use of buttons & those paper clips!

  9. Cute, cute, cute! Thanks for playing the EBTKS challenge!


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