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Today I have a quick and simple card to share. Stamping is one of my favorite techniques to work with and I love when I can create gorgeous and quick cards at the same time using just stamping :)

 Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Skipping Stones Designs(Grunge); ink: Unity Stamp Co.(French Lilac),Jenni Bowlin(Cough Syrup);embellishments: Pie Lane(Rainbow Lustre Crystals), mulberry flowers, pink satin ribbon
I used the Card Pattern Sketch#135 to compose this card and I am also entering it for World Card Making Day Challenge at Skipping Stones Designs. Since this is one of my favorite techniques and styles, i am entering this for Wee Memories Scrappy Saturday Challenge#70 - Use your favorite technique.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


  1. Awesome stamping! Love the bold colours and the white space! :)

  2. The purple roses are adorable


  3. Great color this a lot! :)

  4. Soooooo beautiful!! And SO eye catching! I just adore your design and your use of these colors together. :)

  5. This is seriously gorgeous! What awesome colors!!! Thanks for joining in the WCMD challenge at Skipping Stones Design!

  6. So love it. Beautiful and bold colours! love it :)
    Whats the size of this card? Did u use an A4?

  7. I love the color combo... Purple is my very fav color although I use pink more.. Those mulberry flowers look awesome... great work Ujjwal.. :D

  8. Beautiful. I luv this.


  9. Wow, gorgeous colour combo, Ujjwal! I love that red woodgrain.

  10. Wow, gorgeous colour combo, Ujjwal! I love that red woodgrain.

  11. Hello Diva....I love this card ...and love it so much that I am going to CASE you sans the woodgrain stamp...if thats okay with you.I guess no better way to say that you ROCK

  12. Lovely card.. I never even imagine to use this color combo... brilliant thought!

  13. This is so pretty. Love the red woodgrain pattern. Thanks for playing with us at Wee Memories!

  14. breathtaking! I would have never thought to combine red, purple n pink!

  15. That's the coolest one!!!

    Ash... :)

  16. Lovely card! I love making quick and simple cards, so I know exactly what you mean. Thanks for creating with us over at SSD this week!

  17. Love combo of red and purple..and that die for !!

  18. Such a bold color combo but it is gorgeous!!! You created a masterpiece with this!! Love the woodgrain. Thanks for playing along with Wee Memories!

  19. Beautiful card! Just a stunning color combo and that woodgrain?? Gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with Wee Memories!

  20. Wow, purple and red look good together. I'll have to try this. Thanks for playing with us at Card Patterns this week.

  21. This is seriously gorgeous card!!What is the size of this card and did you you use this one??
    love your creations.....
    plastic key tags

  22. Fabulous. Check wee memories :)

  23. I love the way you combine rather unconventional colours ...

  24. Love this card so much that I cased it. Check it out on my blog, I love it totally. Hope you'll like it too :)


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