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Thanks!!

To all the wonderful people for appreciating my work and supporting me!! There can never be enough "Thank You" cards to convey how much I treasure all of you!! I hope you are starting with a beautiful weekend :)

I am playing two challenges for the first time with the card I am showing today. First is the s'Sketches #29 - you will find some great sketches and lot of wonderful inspiration here. Second is the YNS Challenge #25 - Give Thanks !! Also  I was so inspired by the Moxie Fab Tuesday Trigger this week - The Pattern, Rich colors and all the hand embroidery...its amazing!!



Here is my card.. 


I have hand cut all the octagons, punched out the flowers, did a bit of embroidery on them (thats a lot of task because the flowers were so small and fragile), faux stitching on the octagons and yes a hand written sentiment!!  This would be one of my favorite cards - clean and simple :D

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Item Id#1154
Price: $1.25 

Comments

  1. wow its beautiful!.. i love the embroidery idea! :))

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  2. It sure is beautiful!! Lovely card and super take on the trigger. :-)

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  3. love the floral embroidery...very neat work...

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  4. Such a pretty card!! Love the fall colors!

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  5. Lovely card! I love the warm colors.

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  6. Beautiful card.. love the embridery look...

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  7. This is such a lovely card! It must be much work to handcute all the little octogons by hand. Actually I do start a new challengeblog. If you are interessted you can found it at http://www.fairytale-challengeblog.blogspot.com
    xx Bianca

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  8. Oh wow this is so lovely...love the stitching.

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  9. gorgeous work gal!!! Love the colours, love the layering and simplicity.

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  10. very pretty card. Love the colors you used and the stitching.
    Thanks for joining us this week at Sasya's Sketches.

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  11. Beautiful stitching! must have taken a lot of effort..but worth it in the end!

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  12. OMG Ujjwal this is lovely, looks like a loooot of work but well worth it!

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  13. wow!!! This is so very beautiful.. Loved the colors and the flower-arrangement :)

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  14. oh wow! this is simply beautiful!!! i love it! :) thank you for playing with us this week!

    hugs*
    Sasya

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  15. Wow, this card is just wonderful. I love when I see where inspiration comes from. Thanks for showing this it is great.

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  16. Sooo cute!! I love the colors!)))

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  17. Что-то в этой открытке подкупает. Очень красивые цвета и орнамент.

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  18. This is so pretty! Great take on the challenge!

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  19. Very pretty! Thanks for joining in the fun at YNS. Linda-DT

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  20. Sooo nice!!!
    + congrats to beeing shown at Cards Create!!!
    Karin

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  21. Hey Ujjwal! What a fun approach to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! Thanks so much for playing along! :)

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