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Wallet Card!

So when I finished making this awesome vintage Chest of 3 Drawers last time, I had a bunch of paper scraps left. I love paper and I never throw even the tiniest of it away :)

So I decided to use the scraps and turn it into a wallet kinda card filled with lots of tags.



Don't you love how this looks so romantic? I used the fabulous papers from the Kaisercraft Tea Break Collection. The corners are accented with a corner die from JoyCrafts. I love how die-cuts elevate the project to a totally different level.


I then accented the front with a handmade lace flower and some mulberry flowers and leaves.
You can find a whole variety of mulberry flowers and beautiful decorative accents at Craftslane.


I then filled the inside of the card with whole lot of tags, all of them have their edges lightly inked with pink ink. Oh and I actually sewed the pocket to make sure it can keep the tags intact. I love my seldom used sewing machine :D

I am entering this card for the Kraft Zone Challenge#1 - Bag with a tag.


Have a great week ahead!

Comments

  1. nice one ujjwal....fresh florals looking nice... thanks for playing along

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  2. beautiful card..... nice idea. love the die too. soo romantic ujjwal.

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  3. beautiful wallet card Ujjwal...loved the pink and romantic feel to it! so feminine and girlie and a lovely thought to sew up the pocket!

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  4. its beautiful.... love the paper u have used... yes it does have the romantic feel...
    best wishes.
    hridya

    http://quillthrill.blogspot.com

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  5. Wow...its very pretty.....I loved that lace flower going very well with that pp..and white die cuts and ribbons.highlighting it...thank you for playing along..all the very best.

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  6. Love the design on this...sooooo pretty!

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