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Sending Happy Thoughts!

Happy Friday people! Its my favorite day of the week and with an absolutely awesome weather here in Pune, I am all the more happy. The card I am sharing today is for all my dear blog friends, many of whom have been sick with cold or down with injuries (including me) for the past few days. I just wanted to send some happy thoughts to all of you (including me :D). I hope we all get better soon.

                   Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Flourishes (Kids Play); ink: Momento (Tuxedo Black);Sticker: SRM; Ribbon from local store

 This card is inspired by one I saw in the current issue of PaperCraft Magazine and I knew I wanted to case it immediately. I took the inspiration from the FTTC#127, colors from the current PDCC#91 and Lynnda's Minimal Challenge at Yvonne's blog.

No techinques on this one, just a simple CAS card :)

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


  1. Very pretty and very CAS...beautiful scallops!! hand cut?
    p.s you have some amazing luck when it comes to give aways...check out Jane's doodles!!

  2. What a NEAT card Ujjwal !
    Hope yr Knee Heals Fast.. & U get to share more n more projects here!

  3. Beautiful!!!
    I just saw you won Jane's giveaway!Congrats!

  4. this is so pretty love the silhoutte stamp and the sentiment too.

  5. Love the CAS & the colors are surely complimenting!!!!

    Ash... :)

  6. its gorgeous and very classy!

  7. loved the color's and the sentiment! lovely

  8. Love it when you do CAS! Love the pop of pink! And the awesome stamping! :)

    Thanks for playing along with my guest Lynnda's challenge! :)

  9. What a happy card! It makes me smile to look at it. It's simple, but packs a punch, especially with that pop of scalloped pink. Thanks for playing in our Color Splash challenge at The Cafe!

  10. so sweet. love the cas design.

    lisa a.

  11. Awesome card,love the scallop border.

  12. Super CAS Ujjwal! Love it! :)
    If that sentiment is a sticker, then give in your entry for CAS-ual Fridays challenge this week - rub-ons or stickers :)

  13. Awesome CAS card and I love your stamping and the pink , white and black combo .It has come out very elegant and beautiful

  14. Wao... its a so gorgeous... so clear.. clean.. simple and stunning... All your cards are just waoooo!!!
    Keep up the good work Ujjwal...


  15. Cute card.. loved the kids stamp!

  16. Awww, This is such a sweet card! Love the fun image and your CAS style! Just Lovely! 8-)


  17. super duper gorge! LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!! CAS cards look stunning if they are done right, just like this one!

  18. Fabulous card. Thanks for playing at FTTC. :)

  19. Love it!.. super CAS!.. and elegant!.. do get well soon! :D
    My happy wishes to you too! :D

  20. °º✿
    º° ✿✿♥ ° ·.
    Olá, amiga!

    Passei para uma visitinha.
    Lindo seu card... simples mais bonito e de bom gosto.

    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos do Brasil.

    º° ✿✿♥ ° ·.

  21. Love that splash of colour on your CAS card - enough to brighten anyones day! Thanks for playing along at the Play Date Cafe :)

  22. This is a fun card...cute!

  23. Totally awesome CAS card! Thank you for playing the FTTC this week...hugs ~S~

  24. Fabulous card... thanks for playing along with me over at Yvonne's blog... hugs..xoxo

  25. Just stopping by to let you know that i got the package! Thank you very much!!! will mail later as i cant access hotmail at the moment.

  26. This is so fun and what a great simple design! Thank you so much for joining in on the color splash at The Play Date Cafe.

  27. Very preety pics you have choosen to put on this blogs. Really your work should be appreciated.

    gifts to india from usa


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