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Prickley Pear Inspiration + Tutorial!

Today I have some Prickley Pear Inspiration to share with you. I have missed out on lot of my posts for the Prickley Pear Design Team and I am trying to make up for the lost time here :)

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Prickley Pear(Holly and Berry Clear Stamp, Victorian Ornaments), ;inks:Tim Holtz Distress Inks (Walnut Stain) ; embossing: Versamark ink, Hero Arts white embossing powder;
To see how to make this card, I have a step by step tutorial on the Prickley Pear blog. Please visit and let me know what you think.

Challenges entered:
Indian Craft Room Challenge#13 - Christmas + Non-traditional colors
Stampendous Color Challenge (brown, cream, pink, gold)

Hope you like it! Thanks for sharing!


  1. This looks very stunning Ujjwal.. Love the color combo.. Absolutely fantastic...!!

  2. supah supah supah ...Gorjuss!
    Love it to bits n pieces :)

  3. such a beautiful card your stamping and embossing is simply the color combo you have chosen ...your card is simply fab!!

  4. Really such a fabulous card Ujjwal. I liked your tutorial too , though I will not be able to make one , not having the necessary tools.I like the idea.

  5. Lovely creations Ujjwal...
    I too love crafts of all kinds... I am currently following my passion of crafting natural perfumes !! isn't that interesting?

  6. Glad that you are up and running now :P Loved the card and its colours ! superb !

  7. congo bongo dear !!u've reached 200 followers !!

  8. Awesome card and gorgeous colors.checking out the tutorial now

  9. Fabbb card!.. Those pretty leaves, I have noo idea why, but they look like gingerbread to me! :D


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