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Happy Bird-day!!

Happy Sunday!!

Popping in to share a card for Unity's tweet tweet Challenge using the colors from Ippity Monthly Challenge - week 2 and Tiffany's sketch.

I tried the circular card for the first time (YAY for me :)) and I am so happy with it.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Ippity (Fall for you); ink: Momento Tuxedo Black; Embellishments: Twine from the twinery; coloring medium: Uni-ball pen

All the elements (sentiment, banner, bird) in this card are from Ippity - Fall for you set. I stamped the banner and the bird on vanilla card-stock, colored them and then cut them out to place it on the card. The bird is popped up on 3D foam dot.

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. Love the bird.. Love the card.. It's damn cool...!!

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  2. Gorgeous card Ujjwal.. I love the colours and layers.. and banners.. :D

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  3. so cute...... love the banner and the little birdie.

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  4. yeah!! round round!! very cute card :)

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  5. Love it ...super cool card....CAS the way I love it.Well done

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  6. lovely card! loved the color's and d birdie!

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  7. Very fabulous card!
    Thanks so much for playing the TWEET challenge!

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  8. SOO CUTE!.. totally love the circle!.. YAY for you... :D
    love the bight colours too! :D

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  9. So cute love how you did the banners such a great idea!!!Thanks for playing alon at Unity!!!

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  10. This is so cute, Ujjwal! I love the round shape, the colours of the banner and of course the little birdie on twine!

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  11. Very pretty card! Love how the bird stands out!! Thanks for participating! :)

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  12. Was that you I saw on the Moxie Fab blog??? Yeah!!!

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  13. Beautiful Card.


    Also please check my blog I have choosen you for Stylish Blog Award.

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  14. This is really adorable Ujjwal! Love the cute little birdie on the baker's twine! Lovely colours too! :)

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  15. PERFECT card for the sketch! I love that colorful banner and that sweet little birdie :) THANK YOU for playing again this week!

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