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I guess I got additcted with making a card everyday with AWIC that I can't stop myself now :D

Today I wanted to play along the Wee Memories Scrappy Saturday Challenge#46 - Woodland Friends. I love their blog and challenges and want to play along with each one every week :) As soon as I saw this challenge, I thanked my stars because I recently won the "Magical Moments" stamp set from WPlus9 and it has the most perfect peacock images to go with the challenge.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: WPlus9 (Magical Moments); ink: Unity Stamp Co. (Raw Sienna), Momento (Tuxedo Black); Embellishments: Hero Arts Hues (Pearls), Ribbon from stash

Not much to say other than I am falling in love with stamping (I used to hate it  not so long ago :D ).

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!


  1. very beautiful peacock stamp..

  2. Scorching Gorgeous!!!!! I envy you the way u come up with those ideas.... But surely proud too that we are in no way held back by our lacking.... Kudos!!!!


  3. Lovely card!!lOVED THE STAMP.

  4. gorgeous card Ujjwal... the mustard really stands out...

  5. super card and i love the grading of yellow from border to inside

  6. Gorgeous peaccock and a beautiful coloured card. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Wee Memories this week!

  7. I love the inking you've done..brings the centre into focus..and that was a brilliant choice of stamp set..I've been eyeing that set for a long time..but somehow felt it wasn't my after seeing this..maybe it might go in my wishlist again!! hehe!

  8. What a pretty card! Love the pearls and peacock!

  9. I love the background u have created,n lovely stamp:)

  10. Wow, this is stunning! I really love the way you sponged the edges in yellow. You are so lucky to have won this set, Ujjwal. It's the only Wplus9 set I own but I love it!!

  11. Great minds think alike, I almost used this peacock for my sample.
    I love your color choices, and that gorgeous background.

  12. Gorgeous background! Fabulous! Thanks for playing along with Wee Memories

  13. WOW what a stunning card love the colors!!!Thanks so much for playing along with us at wee memories!!!!


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