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Make a wish!!

Hope your weekend is going smooth!! Just a quick post to share a card I made today. And I am playing the CASE Study Challenge #8 inspired by a fabulous card from Mariana Grigsby. I took the colors from TSG75 and the sketch from VSWCMD2.

Here is my card

I colored the image using water colors, added a tulle bow and "Make a wish" sentiment from Flourishes set-Kids Play . I am also playing along the Party Time Tuesday - Anything goes Birthday Challenge#15 and Stamp Something - Something to Celebrate Challenge.

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

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  1. its beautiful!.. love the tulle! :)

  2. The image on your card is just beautiful! Thanks for playing along with my Party Time Tuesdays challenge!

  3. Beautiful card!! Loved the bow and the coloring... and yes, the sentiment too :-)


  4. A really classy and elegant card! Love that touch of tulle! :)

  5. love your colourings and tulle bow. So pretty :)

  6. wow!! This is nice!! I have a lot of tulle fabric, but have never used it in any of my cards.. bought it for some gift packaging and a LOT is there in a box.. Now i know, how i am going to use it ;)

  7. beautiful card.. i love the tulle bow too much...

  8. Oh wow, I love the way you watercoloured your flowers - how beautiful! :)
    Thank you for playing with us again!! xxx

  9. Such a sweet card - your watercolouring looks great!
    Thanks so much for joining us on CASE study!

  10. Love the tulle bow! looks very classy! super watercoloring!

  11. Wonderfully colored image of those flowers and that purple bow is simply striking against the green background! Fabulous work! Thanks for playing along with us at CASE Study!

  12. Love that tulle bow-such a pretty touch! Terrific job coloring that pretty image! Thanks for playing with us at Party Time Tuesdays!

  13. What a sweet stamp, great colors and colorin! Love the tulle! Thanks for playing along at Party Time Tuesday! Very sweet and sure hope you join us again! Hugz

  14. Beautiful card! Thanks so much for joining us at Party Time Tuesdays.

  15. lovely bow n card is beautiful

  16. Ujjwal, this is beautiful! I love that watering can full of flowers and the layout is wonderful.

  17. So beautiful! Love how everything pops against that green background, and your coloring is lovely!


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