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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 :)



 Supplies: cardstock:American Crafts!;  stamps: Prickley Pear(  Hibiscus 2 Clear Stamps Set, Daisy Cluster); inks: Jenni Bowlin (brown sugar), Distress Inks(Mustard Seed, Tumbled Glass, Walnut Stain); pattern paper:My Mind's eye, Echo Park


So if you haven't noticed yet, I made a stamping boo boo on this card. Somehow clumsy ME managed to stamp a perfectly straight sentiment tilted, and then sheepishly tried to cover that with straight lines. Yep, that's me :D (It was a perfectly good card and I didn't had the heart to throw it away, so the amendments :) )

And don't forget to check out what the PPRS Design Team has in store for you today!

On another note, PPRS has a Design Team call open now! That sadly means my term is coming to an end this month. I had such a great time with a fabulous team and great products!

You can read all about the Design team call on the PPRS Blog HERE and if its something that suits you, go ahead and apply!

Have a great day!

Comments

  1. Beautiful card Ujjwal...love the colors on this one!! and what stamping boo boo i thought it was so artistic to underscore the sentiment...thought it was a new style maybe :)...see even your errors are beautiful!!

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  2. Awesome card with so well coordinated colours..the dotted pp is great !!

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  3. Fab card, Ujjwal! Love the colors and way to go fixing the sentiment!!!

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  4. Lovely Card...
    Just a question Ujjwal.. The distress ink color u mentioned "China Glass" .. is it a new color or did u mix up Tumbled Glass and Broken China together??

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  5. Hahaha! Your fixing of the card looks lovely! :D

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