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My Wish for You - A special fold card !

I don't know how long it has been since I posted a card here. My poor blog is so ignored these days :)


Anyway, I did make a special fold card some days back and thought I will share it here and make my blog feel loved again (*wink*)

A lot of die cut flowers and leaves and a whole lot of rhinestones make this special fold card. This is how the front looks.


A close up of the gorgeous die cut flowers and the stamped sentiment.
A look at the fold

And it opens up to be a 12X12 page with 2 pockets to hold tags/photo mats.

A close up of the inside page
  Supplies: pattern paper: Heartfelt creations(Delicate Aster)! stamps: Heartfelt Creations(Delicate Aster Collection); inks: Momento (Tuxedo Black); Embellishments: self Adhesive rhinestones

I am entering this for the PPS November Challenge - using Die cuts/ Punches and Crafter's Corner November Challenge - Die Cuts/Punches with Stamping.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting today!

Comments

  1. Hi ujjawal..this is so beautiful....BTW which die u have used for these gorgeous flowers?

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  2. Oh wow!! your special fold card is just Gorgeous Ujjwal...i love the beautiful die cut flowers and leaves you have used in the front...just fabulous!!

    And Ujjwal the linky at Crafter's Corner is working now and you have 2 more days before it expires... can you try to log again and link up your card there...Thank you so much for Playing with us at Crafter's Corner #2 and Best of Luck :)

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  3. Amazing this card looks.. I am surely going to try this fold soon :)

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  4. Interesting fold and card ! Loved the colors and the embellishments are superb.

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  5. So sweet! Love the vibrant blooms! :)

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  6. Love the colors and the die cuts are really gorgeous.Could you share tips/ tutorial on how you made this card please

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  7. fabulous, loved the overall details and the flowers r amazing...good work.Thank You for joining at Crafters Corner Challenge#2

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  8. very nice color combo......specially loved the flowers and the pockets..thanks for playing with us at crafter corner challenge#2....all the best.
    www.crafterscorner.in
    www.crafterscornerindia.blogspot.in

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  9. OMG!!!! loveee!!! Can I CASE this??

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