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Birthday Wishes!!

Happy Friday everybody, the best day of the week is here :)

Today I am sharing a simple, cute card I made for Wee Memories Birthday Bash, E.A.D Color challenge and Card Pattern sketch#89



I did a bit of stitching...alright...a lot of stitching :D and made the flowers using a tutorial link that Emily shared a while back. Although that tutorial was to make complete, full flowers but as always I screwed up the steps and ended up making half flowers :D but they still kinda look cute...isn't it?

P.S. Don't forget to enter my little giveaway. It is open till 19th Nov.

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. such a cute card... love the stitching and the 'semi' flowers ;)

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  2. LOL@ screwing up the steps! you crack me up!
    i love the effort you have put in making this card, stitching is very VERY time consuming... but the end result is ALWAYS perfect...

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  3. Beautiful card...love the stitching..

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  4. OMG this is gorgeous Ujjwal, one of my favs

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  5. Really gorgeous! Simple in concept but so well-executed! Love the burst of colors! :)

    P/s: Please email me your mailing address so that I can arrange for your RAK to be sent out to you...yvonne.yam@gmail.com...thanks!

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  6. This is just gorgeous!!!!!!!!!! LOVE it! beautiful creation and such lovely stitching. :)

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  7. This is darling! I adore your vibrant colors. Thanks for playing along with us in the Wee Memories' Scrappy Saturday Challenge.

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  8. lovely stitching and the semi flowers look very cute

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  9. How sweet is this?!? I love the bright colors and fun stitching. So glad you could join us at Card Patterns this week.

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  10. What a fun card! Love the colors! Thanks for playing at Wee Memories!

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  11. Oh my, this is beautiful! Ujjwal, you're too hard on yourself. I love that you put your own spin on the flowers. They look beautiful, as if they're reaching toward the sun! The stitching and your handwriting is fabulous as always.

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  12. This is sooo adorable..such a clean and simple card..and girl the errors turns out to be a new invention!! brilliant!

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  13. simple yet vibrant..
    loved the colors

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  14. beautiful stitching...looks fab...love the bright look of the card

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  15. wow!.. its beautiful!.. i just love the bright blue CS!.. and the stitching rocks! :)

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  16. this card is so brightly colored. I love the choice of colors. very nice!

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  17. Yes, your flowers do look cute! Thanks for playing along with CP this week!

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  18. WOW Ujjwal..beautiful card. Congrats for making the top six on card patterns. really neat.

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  19. Congras on your win in Wee Memories AND Card Patterns! What a lovely card!

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  20. Such a fabbie combo of challenges...congrats on the Wee Memories and Card Patterns shout outs! Thanks for playing with us at EAD Designs!

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  21. Congratulations for making it to super six!hurray!!!

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  22. Very cute, I love the stitching:)

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