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So I have another card to share with you today! I have been missing out on playing along some of my favorite challenges and I wanted to change that :)

So I picked up the colors from this month's Hero Arts Challenge theme, sketch from Lawnscaping Challenge#41 and the technique from CAS-ual Fridays Challenge 69 - Embossing and created this little CAS number.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Hero Arts( CL520 - live&laugh, CG330 - Flower Dot Pattern, CG311-Small Sweet Petals); inks: Jenni Bowling (brown sugar), Versamark, Distress Inks(Barn Door, Spice Marmalade); embellishment: Mulberry leaves, Rhinestone; pattern paper: MME - Stella & Rose; embossing: Hero Arts White Embossing Power, Rangers Clear Embossing Powder

I absolutely love the way the flower turned out. I first stamp the flower with brown ink and then stamped the flower dot background with versamark ink. Clear embossed the background and used distress inks(had missed these so much when I was away :D) to color in the flower. love the effect it creates. The sentiment is also white heat embossed. And the MME paper is so perfect for this card. {LOVE}

I am so glad to be creating again :)


  1. Lovely card.Love the flower and the pp...what is it?

  2. Absolutely lovely card. I love your stamping Ujjwal!

  3. What a gorgeous card ujjwal ...really like the flower and the way you have colored and embossed it...the MME pp is perfect BG for it!!..i love this!!

  4. gorgeous card.. loved the distress inked flower

  5. lovely creation ,flower is very electric.

  6. Aahhh... This is nice... I love love love the flower... Good to see you back Ujjwal!

  7. u are back with a bang gurl

  8. Gorgeous!! I love that big orange flower :) Thanks for having some fun with us this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

  9. Wowza! That big orange flower is gorgeous!! So eye-popping! Thanks for playing along with us this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

  10. Oh wow! That bloom is super eye-catching! Awesome! :)

  11. beautiful color combo & love the flower too! Thank you for playing with us at Lawnscaping

  12. Oh my gorgeous! Thanks for linking up your beautiful card to our lawnscaping challenge!


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