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Prickley Pear Design Team Monday! - DELAYED

Hiya people,

For some reason. yesterday's scheduled post didn't go live so I am posting it today here.

Here is my card for the Prickley Pear Monday inspiration post:

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Prickley Pear(   Mini Butterflies Clear Stamps Set);Dies: Prickley Pear (Mini Butterflies)  inks:Jenni Bowlin (brown sugar, cough syrup), Unity Stamp CO. (French Lilac, Raw Sienna), Distress Inks(china glass, peeled paint, shabby shutters); 
I very simple card using Mini Butterflies die and some colorful inks. You can visit the Prickley Pear Blog to see the rest of the team's design samples.
I am pretty busy these days with my in-laws visit and some orders to complete. I hope I get to see you all soon again!
See ya!


  1. What a fun card!!! Love all the colorful butterflies!!! Absolutely fabulous!

  2. Absolutely gorgeous card and adorable butterflies.

  3. Such cute butterflies :)

    And Ujjwal - ur blog's feed isnt showing up on Google Reader! :(

  4. hey Ujjwal, I passed the Liebster Blog Award to you. Thank you for being a constant source of inspiration for me

  5. Pretty card Ujjwal!!! Thanks for stopping by my blog and taking time to leave me a comment! I truly appreciate it :) And yes, if you have a U.S postal address, you get to enter the giveaway. Good luck!

  6. cute butterflies ujjwal... great colours used.. ur post didn't show up on my dashboard!!!

  7. this is sooo pretty! I love the butterflies.

  8. Oh wow this looks gorgeous!!1 i love those butterflies and the colors you have used awesome!!!

  9. you can do so much with so little . Awesome!


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