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Prickley Pear Design Team Monday!! + another mini on orderr

Its time for another inspiration from Prickley pear and I have another fun Mini Cardboard album to show you today. This one is 5"X7" in size and done on order with love theme. I used lots of fabulous papers from Echo Park Your Truly and Style Essentials collections and ofcourse my trusted PPRS stamps to add some embellishments :)













I loved making this red and pink Mini. Its just plain gorgeous :) Hope you like it too!

Do check out the PPRS blog for more inspiration!

Comments

  1. fantastic work Ujjwal!! i love all the pinks and reds here!

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  2. lovely work ,pink is my favourite ,so it touched me.awesome ,just awesome.
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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  3. oh wow so many beautiful details !!!i love the way you have used the different PP's !!your Mini album looks just Gorgeous!!

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  4. this is lovely... love the pink-red-white combo...
    so cute!

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  5. Another cute album from you! Hope you are doing great Ujjwal! Do join in my blog mega celebrations if you can!

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  6. Oh Wow! Your Album Looks Gorgeous ! You have added such Lovely Details and the Color's are simply Fab !!

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  7. Ejjactly the kinds I adore & respect to the core.... Not creating for the heck of it.... Balanced execution of perfection, with elements so neat & crisp, of course! Muah... :D

    Ash... :)

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  8. Gorgeous Album Ujjwal !!
    I hoe you're keeping well.....

    Hugs,
    Riti

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  9. Truly Lovely Ujjwal... Girls die fr pink..!! ;p
    stunning yet simple...
    Adorable..Will b dreaming 2n8..he..hee

    Cheers,
    Sridevi MuraliKrishna

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  10. its beautiful...hey how much will it cost me....and how many pages are there in this album...

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