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Prickley Pear Valentines Release Blog Hop!

Welcome to Prickley Pear's new release of Valentines and Steampunk themed Red Rubber Stamps! 
To celebrate this new release we are having a three day long Blog Party with loads of inspirations by the Design Team and a give away! One happy participant will win a $ 15 gift certificate to the web shop. All you have to do is leave a comment on each of the participating blogs and tell us what you think about the new release. Last day to enter is Sunday 15th midnight EST. The winner will be drawn randomly at one of the particpating blogs, one of the days and will be presented on the Prickley Pear Blog on Monday. 

Here is today's blog hop schedule:
Prickley Pear Blog
Kristii
Cheryl
Ujjwal (You are here)

If you missed any of the previous days, here is the link to Day 1 and Day 2 blog hop. You still have time to leave comments and increase you chances at the prize.

For my card today, I decided to use


Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Prickley Pear(Ruffle Heart, Vase with Heart, Sm vase with Heart ), ;inks:Jenni Bowlin(chewing gum,cough syrup)

I created my own subtle pattern paper using the ruffle heart stamp, colored parts of vases with markers and added some pretty ribbon, lace and flowers to finish it off.
Don't forget to visit and leave a comment on all blogs for your chance to win.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. wow your card looks so beautiful ...lovely color combo and embellishments and your stamping is just fab....loved the way you created the PP by stamping the hearts... looks so pretty!!.

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  2. Very pretty card!!I love the way you combined the stamps to get that pattern.Coloured flower in vase is enhancing its beauty.

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  3. What a sweet Valentine Card!!!! I love the colors and the trims are devine!!! Absolutely fabulous!

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  4. What a beauty! The color combo is fantastic love the lace and ribbon combo - a stunner. And the stamps are simply wonderful!

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  5. Ujjwal, how adorable is this card. Simple and elegant, love the trim with the flowers and the images are colored to perfection.

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  6. OMGoodness, this is beautiful, Ujjwal! I LOVE this color combo. The pop of golden yellow is just stunning with the pink and red. What an eye catching Valentine!

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  7. This is a great combination of stamps! Thanks for sharing it!!!!

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  8. I like the background you created. I also like the focal stamps and the ribbons on the front.

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  9. very pretty card, love the stamps

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  10. This is soooo pretty! Love the distressed edges and your ribbon and lace treatment with the flowers is stunning! Have a great weekend! ~Hugs, Cheryl

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  11. very sweet! I love the ribbon and rose embellishments

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  12. Oooh...this is so pretty! Love the colour combo and the blooms! :)

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  13. Wow pretty interesting. Like the colors too.

    Sudha
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