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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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Comments

  1. this is so lovely u have created the perfect finish and lovely colors too.

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

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  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.
    Jose

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

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  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...!!

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  6. lovely! simple but oh so elegant!

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

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  8. Oh, this is lovely!

    lisa a.

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

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

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  11. beautiful card. The details are gorgeous

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  12. Beautiful..love the stamps!!!

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

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  14. 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!

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

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

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  17. 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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