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Hello people!! Hope you are good!! I am going through those days when you feel sooo bored that you don't want to do anything and I really mean it *sigh*. The story is that I was bored of work so I took a break and now when I am on break, I am bored of it too. And in this process of getting bored I discovered or more appropriately re-discovered....That we humans will always be unsatisfied no matter what we get :D

So after all the cribbing, I would like to share a card I made for Mojo Monday #159 using the colors of PDCC50.



I stamped the smART butterfly rubber stamp with orange pigment ink. Then I cut one out and raised it using foam dots. Distressed the edges and added some faux stitching.  

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!


  1. Lovely.... loved your use of the colors.

  2. Very pretty! You used those colours well and I love the matching background.

  3. Beautiful butterflies! love the colors!

  4. beautiful card.. love the butterflies...

  5. lovely card.. love the butterflies..

  6. So nice to have you play along with us...really beautiful butterflies and lovely bright card!
    Hope to see you again in The Play Date Cafe.

  7. Hey that happens to me too.. :)
    Fab card!.. love the butterflies! :D

  8. Lovely card thanks for sharing!!!

  9. Sorry you're feeling bored at the minute. Hopefully our challenge kept you busy for a bit! This is a lovely card, I love how cheerful the colours are. Thanks for playing along with us this week at the PDCC!

  10. I do like can't go wrong with butterflies as far as I am concerned!
    Sue xx

  11. Awesome color combination, that orange is so vibrant! Super cute butterflies as well! Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe!

  12. Hi Ujjwal, kindly email me your mailing address again please. Thank you.

  13. Beautiful, just love those butterflies :) Thanks for playing in the cafe :)

  14. I am in love with butterflies right now! LOVE this card;) Thanks for joining in the fun and playing along with us at the PDCC:)


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