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In love !

I am trying to catch up on my favorite challenges and other commitments today. I went back to my most loved CAS style and created this simple card.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Ippity(Bit of Burlap, Fall for you); ink: Jenni Bowlin(Cough Syrup), Momento(Tuxedo Black), ; embellishment:Twine from The Twinery(Charcoal)

It had been a while since I showed some love to my Unity Stamps, so I pulled them out to create this pretty card for CAS-ual Friday#18. I was inspired by the book P.S. I Love You to create this cute love card.  The colors are from PDCC#97 and inspiration from CASE Study#55.

P.S. Another way to use your "a bit of burlap" Ippity stamp.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


  1. WOW Ujjwal this is fantastic! i love it to bits!!! Everything is so IN PLACE. Just perfect!

  2. Great Job done!!!you really are very creative with stamping.

  3. Such an interesting creation-- you are so innovative with stamping


  4. this is super.... Love it.. and such a cute and lovey card...!!

  5. How perfect....very sweet and your take on the challenges esp the CASual fridays one

  6. love-ly card...
    hey Ujjwal...i have also made a card for the challenges & guess what my inspiration was also the same book as yours...p.s. i love u...don't u just love that book/movie. It's to-die-for.


  7. GORGEOUS! The stamping is excellent, and I love those little cut-out lovebirds.

  8. This is adorable! I love the awesome and neat stamping! And all the white space! Beautifully composed Ujjwal! :)

  9. Fabulous! I love this CAS card and the darling little birds :) Thanks for playing with us at The Play Date Cafe!

  10. Awesome, Awesome and triply awesome!! And now you show me how to use the stamp, when I sold it off!!! ( to sob my heart out)
    Have you tried glossy accents for the wings..would look fab!!!

  11. This is sooo cute Ujjwal!!loved it!!!

  12. awesome CASE, perfectly have a great CAS style...hope your week is wonderful!

    enjoy *~*

  13. So perfect, Ujjwal! And fantastic, CAS design! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at The Play Date Cafe! And thanks for leaving me some love on the Wplus9 Design Blog! Hugs!

  14. Fabulous CAS card, love the paper pieced birds! Great take on Julie's card! So glad to have you join us at CASE Study!

  15. Very sweet card! Love you little birds!

  16. Wow! Great one! Love the colors. very neat!

  17. Lovely!! I need to get some base cardstock (my stock's dwindling :( ) and get back to crafting!!


  18. Pretty card!.. LOVE the bg! :D
    The cutie birdcage looks sooo wow! :D

  19. LOVE it!! Thanks so much for joining us at The Play Date Cafe :)

  20. Great card and such a great take on, was it FOUR challenges? Congratulations on being in the TOP THREE at Case Study! Well deserved win!

  21. ur stamping is super perfect.... I am so scared to stamp.... I dread even simple sentiments.... gosh its so awesome!!!

  22. LOVE this!!
    Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!

  23. Congrats on being in Top 3 for this card @ Case Study :)


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