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Prickley Pear Design Team Monday!

Its Monday and time for some Prickley Pear stamps inspiration! The weather is all sunny here at my side of the world and I wanted to use some fresh colors and reflect on the weather :)

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Prickley Pear(   Mini Butterflies Clear Stamps Set);Dies: Prickley Pear (Scalloped Circle, Mini Butterflies)  inks:Jenni Bowlin (brown sugar); embellishment:  Pie Lane Self Adhesive Crystals; pattern paper: Echo Park(Little Girl); coloring medium: Faber castell markers
I love the paint splatter in the background and the refreshing colors on this card! I am entering this card for The Paper Dolls Challenge#46 - Spring Bling.
Also, the march sketch challenge is up at Prickley Pear Design Blog and its a great sketch this month around. Make sure you enter to win a gift certificate to the Prickley Pear store.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. Lovley card Ujjwal !! I liked all the colours...

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  2. Gorgeous springy card.Loved the colours and the layout.The butterfly is fabulous.the sentiment is apt.

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  3. Fun card, Ujjwal! Love that tall shape and all the pretty flowers. The bling in the centers and the splatters are fabulous. Really love the scalloped circle die here with the sweet butterfly.

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  4. Beautiful card. I love the splatter and flower placement. Thanks for playing along with the Paper Dolls.

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  5. Very beautiful card Ujjwal !Cute colours + the paint splatter is super :P

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  6. What a pretty card. I love the flowers with that bling.

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  7. I forgot to add--thanks for playing along with the Paper Dolls.

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  8. This is a gorgeous card with beautiful colors. I love the way the butterfly just pops off the page. The splatter adds so much visual interest too. Thanks for joining our Paper Dolls challenge!

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  9. Wow, this is so pretty. LOVE the tall design and the movement up the card. Just gorgeous.

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  10. Beautiful card.. love the flowers and the butterfly :)

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  11. This is gorgeous, Ujjwal! You have a way with colours and I'm loving the combination of colours, gems and splatter.

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  12. Beautiful!
    What a fabby combination of images, bling and paint splatter...
    I'm too scared to try it myself...
    but yours is fabulous!
    And I absolutely love that sentiment!
    Thanks so much for playing along with The Dolls! :)

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  13. Nice colours n love the arrangement of flowers and butterfly !!

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  14. So gorgeous! Love the spackle paint!

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  15. Such a lovely card ujjwal i love the paint spatters and the beautiful butterfly on this!!!...for some reason my blogger dashboard is being flooded with all your post at one go i can nearly see about 8 new post on my dashboard just now!!!

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