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The Good Stuff!

This blog has been quite for so long, something very unlike me :)

But other than being sleep deprived (all thanks to a 3 month old :) ), I have been busy with a lot of things lately -  custom orders, DT commitments, preparing projects to submit for publications (ahem !), home improvement ideas and a secret something that I have been working on...and all this leaves me very tired at the end of the day :)

Today I have a fun card to share with you.

I love making cards that are not rectangle and square and this scallop circle die cut was such a fun shape to use as the base. All papers used are Bella BLVD and I just love that cutie owl :)

I am playing along with Let's Get Trendy Now -2 this is entered for the Day four- Diecuts /punches challenge      

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting today!


  1. Cute ! That owl is sooo cuteeee !

  2. Love the colours indeed a good stuff!! enjoy:)

  3. so cute........ kudos to you for juggling so many things along with li'l baby!

  4. Oh my this is totally the cute little owl and your fab color combination !!

  5. Really a fun card with that cute owl ! Its really amazing how you manage soo many things and still bring out beautiful creations !

  6. Awww.. I love the owl!! The lashes are sooo pretty!! I have never tried shaped cards before this... other than rectangle or square that is.. But this is inspiration enough!! Beautiful card!!

  7. So cute. I love this.


  8. Hehe...this is super cute! Love the little owl and the flags! How fun!


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