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Hello!!
This is going to be a quick post because I need to be at work and I am already late :D

Anyways, I just couldn't get enough of Yvonne Challenge of making your own background and made this second card using the same technique. The technique has been shared by a very talented Karen and ohh how I loved it :D


Here is a close up at the grid background.(Unexpectedly, my stamping came out much neater than expected :) and allowed me to share a close up)


And here is a close at the handwritten sentiment :)

Psst....Did you notice the sparkling hand made flowers? *wink*

I used the current sketch at CPS#182 for this one.

*Edited* I am also entering this card for Stamping Vacation- Fountain of Youth Challenge which is to include leaf or leaves on your card.

Hope you liked it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. Super cute :) Love the stamping....the handmade flowers with the aluminium foil...:) nice :)A nice fall card :P Looks like u have used crayon to draw the grid.. :D

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  2. Love the green! Great stamping girl! And those embellishments really complete the card!!

    Thanks so much for playing along (again)! ;) Glad you enjoyed the tutorial!

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  3. Hey Ujjwal, such a lovely color combo, love the stamping and the handcut flowers

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  4. Lovely stamping... beautiful flowers dear :D

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  5. Ujjwal, very pretty stamping and lovely colours!

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  6. lovely card and the stamping is too good.

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  7. Oh this is great! Fantastic color combination and lovely design.

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  8. Lovely stamping.. so totally chic!!

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  9. Terrific job! You certainly have the leaves in there! The background looks almost like a quilt. Very nice! Love the felt embellishments!

    Thanks so much for playing along with Stamping Vacation's challenges!

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