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Prickley Pear Design Team Monday!

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Happy Monday! And I wish you a great week ahead :)

Its time for some Prickley Pear stamps to be put in action. There are some fun new Spring Releases in the store. Please don't forget to check them out!

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Prickley Pear( Art Deco Woman); inks:Jenni Bowlin (brown sugar); embellishment: Twine from The Twinery, SRM Stickers;  coloring medium: Faber castell markers
Its all about some fun colors and lots of paper piecing. Don't forget to check out the samples made by the rest of the team on the Prickley Pear Blog.
Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you soon!


  1. how you have used the pattern paper to create the hillock background :)

  2. OMG ...this is just amazing...the amount of fussy cutting you must have done is simply awesome!!!love the hillock you have created with the PP...such a fab card Ujjwal!!

  3. Goregous colours and card.Fussy cutting is awesome.and so is the sentiment.

  4. Such a lovely card! Love the little scene you created! I love how the white pops off the blue base! Nicely done Ujjwal.

  5. What a pretty card!!! love the way you use your stamps.

  6. Amazing card!!.. What did you use to cut the image?


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