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Prickley Pear Design Team Monday!

Happy Monday people! It's Monday and that means its time for some Prickley Pear inspiration. The Prickley Pear store has some great new Valentine's day stamps that you wouldn't want to miss out. Do check the store!

And since I am stuffed with work at the moment, I decided to act smart and kill two birds with a single shot :D
I am working on a V-day album on order and needed some pretty tags to put as little hidden love notes for the cute factor and that is when I decided to use my PPRS stamps for the task.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Prickley Pear( Heart Key Crown Clear Stamps Set, Sm vase with Heart); inks:Jenni Bowlin (cough syrup), Distress Inks(Walnut Stain); embellishment:  Twine from The twinery, 

I simply stamped the gorgeous PPRS images and then colored in some of the details with a marker. Then I inked up the edges with walnut stain distress inks and added some twine to finish them off.

Don't forget to check out what the rest of the PPRS team created for this week.

Hope you like it!Thanks for visiting!


  1. I love the tags Ujjwal... Shud have ordered an album for someone from you only.. Damn.. Next time.. :D

  2. They are all so good ..I love their simplicity yet elegance and the owner of these tags would be so glad...I can tell :)

  3. awesome bookmarks Ujjwal!! Hard to pick one... all are pretty!

  4. Wao... these are really cute tags... love the stamps..

  5. Beautiful and very elegant!!!Love your stamps.

  6. Oh my! These are beautiful Ujjwal! :)

  7. What a beauty!
    BTW..where can I get these stamps?



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