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Prickley Pear Design Team Monday!

Happy Monday!! Hope you all had a great start to the week. Since its Monday, it's time for another Prickley Pear Monday card :)

And I made this with Young Crafters Unite Challenge#10 - Flowers  and Lulupu - Stamping Challenge in mind.



 And here is my fun flower pot shaped card:


 Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Prickley Pear( "Sunflowers & Mini Hibiscus " clear stamp set) ;Dies: PPRS Scallop Circle Die, Sunflowers & Mini Hibiscus matching dies  inks: Momento (Tuxedo Black), Distress Ink (Walnut Stain); embellishment:  Hero Arts Hues Self Adhesive Pearls; Pattern Paper: Studio Calico, Echo Park


I had wanted to try this fun shape for the card for sometime now and the Sunflowers & Mini Hibiscus " clear stamp set was perfect for it. I love how it turned out.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. Wow! Check out those gorgeous blooms! Love how eye-catching they are! :)

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  2. This is SO fabulous Ujjwal! Such a cool design and such amazing, intense colors! This is at the top of my list of faves of yours!

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  3. Gorgeous card! I love the bold colors and I love the flower pot! SO cute! Thanks for playing along with us at Young Crafters Unite!

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  4. What a lovely bright bouquet of flowers! :) Great idea to make a pull out!

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  5. This is superb! What a lovely bright and happy card! Thank you for participating in the Lulupu Stamping Challenge this month!

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  6. OMG!! This is fab, Ujjwal! :) Loved it..

    Thanks for playing along Stamping Challenge with Lulupu.

    Love,
    Shruti

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  7. This has been on my list for a long time...a flower pot card I mean....but yours is fabulous.How did you get the lines and this shade of brown on the pot.It is gorgeous.Thanks for playing along at Lulupu and all the best.

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  8. Such a fun, bright color palette you have chosen for the flowers here =) Thanks for joining our YCU challenge!

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  9. the best thing about your flower pot card are the flowers... they are so eye catching and bright... totally jhin tak if i may so so.. super work Ujjwal... Thanks for joining us at lulupu this month...

    Khushboo

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  10. WOW! This is great! Love all the bright colors! I'm unfamiliar with Prickly Pear stamps so I best hurry over to check those out!

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