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I missed making cards in the past week but I enjoyed doing all the altered projects and the storage video! And I have a confession to make. I am not so organized all the time. When I started getting requests to show my supplies, I was so embarrassed with the mess that I had piling up everywhere and that is when I started sorting it out :D

Anyways I have a card to show you today and its a pretty one.
*Cuteness Alert*: Notice the little pearl necklace :D

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Lawn Fawn( Smitty's ABC, Sew Lovely), Hero Arts(Live life); ink: Jenni Bowlin(Brown Sugar), Momento(Dandelion);  embellishment: Pearls (Hero Hues), Mulberry flower

I took the inspiration from the lovely picture at Jay Gee's Nook Challenge#11. The text background was created using Smitty's ABC for the challenge#18- Getting Texty at Lawnscaping blog. And I am also entering this card for the Wee Memories Scrappy Saturday Challenge#68 - No Pattern Paper.

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I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


  1. Super.. Love the color combo and this stamp is just so cute... u use it in a different way always.... :-)

  2. Ujjwal loved your altered and recycled projects- do make more . the dress looks so stylish


  3. Love the text back ground,this bright yellow is my fav:)awesome card!!

  4. Love love love the combo...the text with the splatters is looking fabulous....this one is cuteness personified ! the pearl necklace and the mulberry flower are a perfect match !

  5. GORGEOUS. You are becoming the Queen of CAS with ever single creation of yours. You have perfected this style. Love love those spatters, super gorgeous alignment.

  6. loved the text background.. lovely color i must say.. How did u sprinkle that color is it water color?

  7. Fabulous...really cute love the yellow...did you ink the rose with yellow pigment?

  8. Oh my! What a color combo... superb... I have to make full use of my stamps now.. its enough.! Thanks for sharing....

  9. I love everything about this card!!!!

  10. Pretty card!.. Love the splatters too!.. and oooh the necklace! :D

  11. I love the sentiment...and the beautiful yellow hues on your card! Really pretty Ujjwal! Love the pearl action!

  12. Ooooooh!! this is so so pretty!! love the balanced colour n yes i loub the yellow!!! and thsi stamp too.... and the sentiment is cutest!!

  13. beautiful card Ujjwal... abs love the background and dat pearl necklace ;) the sentiment is perfect too!!!

  14. This card is so pretty. Love how you incorporated the text. The pearl necklace is a great touch.

  15. Oh, Oh, Oh. Love this. (love your color scheme) and that pearl necklace is just oh so cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Loving that text background. So glad you played along with us at Lawnscaping this week!

  16. wow, beautiful card! love the random yellow text background and the splotch of color.

  17. A winner Ujjwal! So whatz new eh?!?! :)
    Totally fab card and so tres chic! :P

  18. Yellow! Yellow! I'm that dirty fellow!!! I love it.... :D

    Ash... :)

  19. Wow, this card is great! The text background that you created is amazing. Thanks so much for joining us at Jay Gee's :)

  20. Ujjwal, this is simply stunning! From the stamping down the side, the gorgeous little flower on the manican and of course the colour. Thanks for playing along with us this month ... Ange

  21. Oooh, this is sooo adorable, Ujjwal!


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