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Flashback Friday 5.0 and a bit about me!!

Happy Friday everyone!! Hope you are all well and already in the festive mood for Christmas and New Year!! I am still on vacation at my mum's place and enjoying every bit of it but I am also missing the blog land at the same time so decided to pop in with a bit about myself. Hope you wont get bored and will bear with me :)

The news about me is that although I came for a good vacation, I got a knee injury and will have to be operated sometime next week. The fact is that nobody in my home has been in the OT before and I am damn scared :(
Hope it goes well!!

Since I will be missing from blog land for some more time now, I will leave you with my entry for Amy's Flashback Friday 5.0 which is to share a card using a new technique.





This is the card I posted right when I started my blog in February this year. I tried two new techniques, first was the background I created using acrylic with my fingers and the second was the paper flower with heart punch.

It will quite some time before I do another post but I will try to be back as soon as possible.

I hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. gorgeous card... love the technique using finger :) and the flower is so pretty.

    I hope you will feel better after your surgery. Dont worry, say a prayer and stay positive. You will be fine. Do take care :)

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  2. Hey girlie, what the heck happened? What did you do to your knee? mail me the details, and in case there is something I can help you with! I'm a physio on a 2 year break and continuing ! :D

    Hope all goes well...

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  3. Oh so sorry to hear about your injury....please take care of yourself!!! Aren't you sweet to join in the flashback Friday fun!!! You've managed to combine 2 great techniques into one card!!! I love the bloom & the background...adds so much texture to your fab card!

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  4. Get Well Soon dear...kaise injury ho gayi...phir kal venus ki shadi mai bhi kaise jayegi.......jaldi se thik ho ja.......and dont be scared....

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  5. Wow! Love the cool background using the acrylic paint!

    Hope the knee surgery goes smoothly! Take care!

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  6. Love that acrylic background ... and that flower rocks too ... thanks for joining the Flashback Friday 5.0 Fun.

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  7. Ujjwal, this is a beautiful 'old' card! LOVE that painting in the background and the border you used with the bling. Please don't worry about the surgery. I hope your surgery goes very well, sweetie!! Make a speedy recovery so you can get back to crafting. ;)

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  8. beautiful card....love the background which u have done with acrylic colors....

    And take care of yourself..

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  9. This one's lovely....love the colors...all the best for the surgery......do take care......hope u get better soon

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