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Are you surprised to see me? I know I told you that I will be leaving for Goa yesterday but we missed our bus yesterday....Can you believe that? And so here I am still in Pune, will be leaving tonight now :) 
Since I got another day, I thought I will en-cash this opportunity to whip up a card I have been thinking about ever since I got my PTI stamp set :) {yeah, I think about cards all the time :D }
So here it is and I tried the 2-step masking which was the featured technique  PTI Make it Monday#21

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: PTI(Friends 'till the end); ink: Momento (Tuxedo Black, lady bug), colorbox pigment ink blue;  Embellishments: Buttons(Pie Lane), Twine from the Twinery
I love the dimension that the 2-step masking creates. I also added some details with Uniball White gel pen to the flower. 
I hope I get to finally board the bus tonight :D
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  1. this is so lovely u have created the perfect finish and lovely colors too.

  2. ohh :( no worries :)u'll certainly b boarding today !!lovely card !!

  3. Oooooh WOW, this is amazing!!! LOVE the way you did the flowers and the way you applied the technique! Great finish with the buttons. LOOOOVE.

  4. this is gorgeous! love the beautiful technique! Have fun sweetie!

  5. You missed the bus.. MY GOD... How... But what an absolute gorgeous card.. A treat to the eyes... Loved it.. I need to experiment with these techniques now...!!

  6. lovely! simple but oh so elegant!

  7. Very nice!!! Great accent to the flowers :)

  8. Wow...Ur each n every creation has something different abt it :)

  9. Great design on this card and I love the sponging. Beautiful :)

  10. beautiful card. The details are gorgeous

  11. the stamps!!!

  12. You created a beautiful card. The two step masking is a new one to me. I'll have to give it a try.

  13. Oh u missed the bus!! No issues just be happy and enjoy! U'll be in Goa tmrw :)
    Love the close-up shot of the flower very much!

  14. this is beautiful! loved the technique! and have fun:)

  15. Beautiful card...I loved the details that you have added with the buttons and the twine and the gel pen! Very creative!

  16. This is gorgeous, Ujjwal! Wow, every inch is so lovely. Your sponging is perfect and I love the faux stitching, too!


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