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Rainbow & smile!

I love the rainy season and looking at the rain fall makes me smile and that is how I interpreted the current challenge at ICR#5 - Rain with the twist of decorating the envelop/inside of the card . I picked up the theme and colors from Embellish Magazine Rainbow Color Challenge and the sketch over at Lawnscaping challenge#12 and created this.

Here it is with the envelope 

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; Embellishments: Mulberry Roses, Twine from the Twinery, 

Love those mulberry flowers, they are a delight to look at :) The sentiment is handwritten.

I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


  1. How brilliant and beautiful.!

  2. That's a fabulously striking card- both colour and design. Brilliant!Priya Venkat

  3. Just a perfect card for me..... loving it of course. xx

  4. so very lovely,what an unusual and striking it

  5. Those flowers look gorgeous!! at first I thought they were gem stones!! and then they were flowers!! I want some!! :)
    Love the handwritten sentiment, and the scallop border..very defined!!

  6. thats a superb card!!! so bright and happy!

  7. This is a seriously beautiful card Ujjwal! Those flowers are something else! :) Great touch with the hand written sentiment too!

  8. I am speechless...what a fab interpretation...loved it completely

  9. Its really really lovely... Love all those flowers... so bright and cheerful card... amazing...

    Love n wishes,

  10. bright and beautiful! loved the blooms

  11. Oh my gosh, this is beautiful! TFS =)

  12. So bright and fun! I love what you did with my Lawnscaping sketch :)

  13. its a complete wowie..... love the colours!!!

  14. Wow! So very pretty Ujjwal! :)

  15. nice!! Love the way yo have arranged flowers! :D

  16. Wow. So bright and cheery. How can anyone not smile at this?

  17. WOW!.. such a happy card!.. love all the flowers!.. wow! :D

  18. aww shoo cute! I was thinking of doing something rainbow too for the challenge... but we had no electricity over here... hence no crafting.

  19. Wowwwwwwww, Mulberry Roses are so cute....

  20. sucha brilliant take on the rainbow...
    Don't forget to add it to our linking party for our readers to discover your blog at

  21. So beautiful! I have linked this up on Practical Scrappers!

  22. Ok, SMILE is exactly what I did when I first saw this card! Such a great idea! So glad you joined us for the Embellish Color Trends Challenge! :)


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