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Butterfly card with a butterfly award :)

We'll talk about the  butterfly award later in the post, let me get down to sharing the butterfly card first.

Today's card is all about using the scraps (I am a miser when it comes to paper and save even the tiniest bits of paper :) ). I am not particularly proud of it and thought I share it anyways. (sorry for the bad pics, it raining here for the past 4 days and the weather is all gloomy and dark, not ideal for taking pictures)

 Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: smART Works(butterfly), Skipping Stones Designs(Grunge);ink: Momento(Lady Bug), Distress Inks(Shabby Shutters, Broken China);embellishments: Pie Lane(Glitter balls, Self Adhesive crystals)

The outer fame is a negative from THIS card set and the circle was a scrap from THIS one. The butterfly is clear embossed and colored with distress inks. Did you notice the dimension on my pretty butterfly? Its ready to take flight :D
I started this card to show you the wood grain background technique but then I couldn't figure out a place for the camera to shoot the video from upside down and a photo tutorial won't work for well to show you this technique. So, you need to wait for the tutorial till i figure it all out :) This is my entry for the Lilypad Cards Challenge - Resist Technique.

Onto the butterfly award, not one but 3 people passed the same award to me today :) - Karuna, Khusboo and Tejal - A big THANKS to all of you!

There are some rules to follow so here they are:
Answer several questions. Award the 'Butterfly Award' to other bloggers
Contact the bloggers to let them know they have received this award
Put a link to the person who gave you the 'Butterfly Award' in the post.

Q1) Name your favorite color?  My favorite color keeps changing. I have a favorite for a few months/days and then I move on to something new :)

Q2) Name your favorite song? There isn't just one but I like soft, romantic, meaningful songs. I am a hopeless romantic :)

Q3) Name your favorite dessert?  I have a sweet tooth and I am always game for desserts. Sizzling Brownies with Vanilla Ice-cream is one among my all time favorites.

Q4) What worries you off at the moment? Nothing. I am a happy girl :)
Q5) Your favorite pet? I don't like keeping pets(have a tragic story to support that) but I love animals :)

Q6) Black or White? Black


Q7) Your biggest fear? I am afraid of lots of things - lizards(or reptiles of any kind), water, heights, the list is endless

Q8) Best feature? I think my smile and positive attitude :)

Q9) Everyday attitude? Varies everyday, I have my mood swings :)

Q10) What is perfection?  Giving your best at everything you do and keep trying until you succeed.

Q11) Guilty pleasure? Shopping, shopping and shopping. I never feel I have enough of anything :D
Q12) When you're upset you? I take a walk while listening to music. Nature calms me down.

 
So, thats me :) I am passing this award to everyone who reads my blog, most of you already have i.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. Awesome creation...as always.....love the ready to fly butterfly.and the use of negatives is not only frugal but awesome...well done

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  2. Card is just superb! Lovely use of scraps.. congos for the award! It was nice reading more about you... even I am hopelessly romantic :D

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  3. I should have said lizard too...I hate them..and now I'm a murderer too...I killed one last month...my hubs was so proud of me...He is a serial lizard killer..if he sees one...he has to kill them..even if it means chasing it for 2 hours!!!
    I think the video would work, even if you show it ulta..even I am trying to figure out how to take videos of techniques that I want to show!!!

    Super gorgeous butterfly...love it...simply love it!!

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  4. Ujjwal one more award for you
    Do accept the Sweet Kitty Award from my blog
    Cheers
    Sonia
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  5. Nice to know little more about you.
    Lovely card n butterfly is awesome:)

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  6. great to know more bout u..... i was hoping to see the tutorial too but never mind :D still waiting! and yes the flutter is fantastic!

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  7. It's a beautiful card! Love the fluttering butterfly and that woodgrain background.

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  8. what kind of this brown paper is?

    and...how u cut so neatly my god...its fabulous

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  9. another beautiful card with the bg I love..!!good to know more abt u!

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  10. brownies.... icecream....i'm fasting man !!super card n awsome flutteries !!

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  11. Ujjwal, this is gorgeous! I love all the woodgrain, the layered butterfly and the way you stitched the trail. Beautiful!

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  12. Fabbie card!.. Love the use of scraps here! :)

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  13. beautiful card! love the butterfly and the tweet chotu ribbon!

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  14. Love your woodgrain design. Thanks for playing along with us at Lily Pad Cards this week.

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  15. Awesome creation such a beautiful card i really like it....


    Plastic business cards

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