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Thank you!

A big thank you as you guys continue to leave such fabulous comments, encourage and keep this blog growing. We are past 300 followers and 1600 facebook fans. How cool is that?

So it's only apt that I post a thank you card today, dedicated to all you guys who take the time out to appreciate what I do :)



I used the colors (Azure Blue, Gray, Cherry Red) from the current 10 Minute Craft Dash #26.



I finished this sweet mini thank you card in 9 minutes 46 seconds. I chose a simple layout to be able to finish the card way before 10 minutes and then no cookies for guessing, what took me so long. Fussy cutting those flowers, ofcourse. :)

Have a great weekend my friends!


Comments

  1. lovely card ujjwal....:) congrats n best wishes for everything u achieve in ur life.

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  2. Love your stamped woodgrain background. Thanks for playing along with us in the 10 Minute Craft Dash and hope to see you again.

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  3. Congrats in such amazing goal Ujjwal, your card is very lovely.
    Thanks for playing with us in the 10 Minute Craft Dash.

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  4. Oh, lovely card! I love how you stamped the woodgrain on an angle like that!
    Thanks so much for playing along with the 10 Minute Craft Dash!

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  5. This is lovely! I just love the layout & those gorgeous blooms! Thanks for playing at the 10 MInute Craft Dash!

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  6. What a stunning card - I didn't think those colours could look so feminine!!!
    Thanks for playing along in the 10 Minute Craft Dash.
    Hugs,
    Caryn xxx

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