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Guest Designing at Do More With Less!

Hello people, I am super excited to share that I am guest designing over at Yvonne's blog Do More With Less for the next 2 weeks. I have a card, super quick tutorial and a chance to win a fabulous prize ( if you choose to play along. :) ) posted over there. Go check out!!

I hope you will like it and I would love for you to play along. Don't forget to let me know what you think of the tutorial. I would appreciate some feedback.

Thanks for visiting!


  1. Great tutorial.. Would have loved to play along but unfortunately I do have the supplies required.. I'll try this with my glitter though...:-)

  2. wow beautiful card...and thanks for the tutorial its awesome... so simple...

  3. Congrats on the GD post hun! I will play along for sure.. I dont have embossing powders but dry embossing should get me in!

  4. Oh and yeah... I am so so so so proud of you! You have a distinct craft style and you challenge yourself with every creation of yours! Congrats on this achievement.

  5. Loved the tutorial...beautiful and simple!! And now you have me wondering, where the hell do I find score tape! coz I love that one inch and 1/4th inch tape!!
    please enable me!!

  6. yes... me too wants to know where to get score tape... Oh just realized dont have stuff for embossing too... So?? guess I can't particpate but would have loved to...:(

  7. its lovely card. simple but attractive.
    thanks for sharing

  8. congrats on the GD post!!! will surely try to play along!! :)

  9. Hey! That's gr8 news! I can feel your excitement:) Your tutorial is very helpful but, I don't have enough supplies to play along:(

  10. GR8!.. awesome sure to play along and learn it all!

  11. Congrats for the GD post....i ll surely try to play along.

  12. I love it!!!
    thanks for sharing

  13. Thanks for being my guest Ujjwal! Your card's awesome!!!


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