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You are very special!

Thank you for your overwhelming response to my previous posts! Its good to know that I am being missed in the blog land :) But hopefully I am back now and won't disappear again.

Anyways, today I am guest designing at Aditya's Blog Craft Zone and Imaginations Store. There are lots on new items added in the store. Make sure you check out what's new.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; pattern paper: First Edition Love Letter 6X6; embellisment: Prima Flowers, Pie Lane wooden Button; stamps: Hero Arts

I used the First Edition Paper's Love Letters Pattern Papers, mostly the small left over pieces from THIS card. The flower embellishment was assembled using a hand cut felt flower, some Prima flowers and a Pie Lane wooden button. The sentiment is from Hero Arts.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


  1. Simple and beautiful... Love it... You have a way with simple cards... :-)

  2. such a lovely card, i love the way you have used the PP'S and those gorgeous prima flowers:)

  3. Lovely....and i hope that you don't go missing again.Is that border handcut?beautiful as always

  4. Beautiful card...super girl...nice to know you're slowly getting back on track!!

  5. awesome use of the PPs!! welcome back girl!! U were really MISSED!!

  6. Lovely card!! I especially like the sentiment stamp... big and clear. Very neat.

    As you can see, I am bloghopping instead of reading... hope you are doing good!! :)


  7. Beautiful & Crisp Neat!!!

    Ash... :)

  8. Thia is beautiful! I hope you are keeping well xxx

  9. Very pretty Ujjwal, love the colors and patterns.

  10. Gorgeous card, Ujjwal! I love how you combined so many patterns. They look fantastic together!


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