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Happy Monday! Its a start of a fresh week and there is some fresh inspiration up at Prickley Pear Blog. Don't forget to check out.

Even though we do not celebrate Halloween here in India, I somehow couldn't let go of the cute teeny tiny fun Halloween  stamps I got in my goody bag and create a simple Halloween card. :)

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Prickley Pear Design Stamps(Small Dancing Witch, Two Small JackOLanterns,Small Whiskers),  ink: Momento(Tuxedo Black),Unity Stamp Co. (French Lilac) 

I was inspired by the CFC#24 - Halloween card with a ting of orange and the CraftyJC Challenge#9 - Simplicity.

Don't forget to visit the Prickley Pear blog to find more inspiration. See you there.

I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


  1. Super sweet and truly CAS to the core!!! Nice stamps you got there!!

  2. Such an adorable card, Ujjwal! I really love the clean design and what a fun use for the small PPRS images! Love, love the black and white color palette with the small pops of color. That is just SO eye catching!

  3. What a fun card!!! I love all the cute little images and the colors are fabulous!!!

  4. Wow.. thats gorgeous CAS. I love how CAS it is and still is such fun! :)) Lovely stamping

    Thanks for playing along at CraftyJC Simplicity Challenge

  5. Super fun and gorgeous CAS card. Love how you used all the little stamps like that!!! And gorgeous color combo!

  6. Super fun cards,love ur new stamps:)

  7. Beautiful. Lovely stamps.


  8. cute! Love the stamping! :)

  9. So very CAS! Lovely use of the stamps Ujjwal! :) Maybe you can enter this for the CAS-usual Fridays challenge this week - Halloween card without orange :)

  10. Cute!!
    Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!

  11. Super fun! Loving the huge variety of Halloween images - really cute! Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!!


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