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Lovely Tulips (Item Id# 1104)

Good Morning and hope for a beautiful day ahead !!

Yesterday was a very long and hard day at work for me and I just didn't get time to write another post. But then I was so excited about the fun with shapes and more challenge# 40 that I was awake till 2 a.m. to make this card.


 
The fun part was that I had never used this colour combo(lilac, green and white) before and I was just curious to see how it would come out. Well, I am pleasantly surprised with the result :))
 
I would be putting  my sentiment on the lilac paper. I prefer leaving my cards blank so that they can be made to fit in any occasion. :)

Since My Time To Craft Challenge#79 is Green plus, this card fits there. Also, Gingersnap Creations challenge is "3 color you love" and its a bonus to be able to play for another challenge.
There's another challenge on the theme of Spring at A Spoon Full of Sugar and I am sure the tulips and the green go well with the theme :)
I just now found Cupcake Craft Challenge with the theme "keep it simple", and this card certainly looks simple to me :) and also for Inky Impressions challenge. Putting this card up for Crafty Angels challenge and Totally Gorjuss on flowers also. 
Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. Hey dear .... gr8 and fantastic cards .I just love them all. I found each one of your card a masterpiece in its own sense .Ideas, design, color combination .. everything is just perfect . All the very best dear.God bless.

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  2. How pretty!! Thanks for playing along at Delightful Sketches and Challenges!

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  3. Fab card, I love the flowers! Thanks for taking part in the MTTC challenge xx

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  4. Gorgeous card! I love the colours *lol* and the design! Great work!

    Thanks for joining us at fun with shapes and more!

    Hugs
    Sabine

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  5. hi ujjwal
    your card is stunning!!! thanks so much to joining us at fw shapes & more
    I hope you are not really tired today.
    I hope you'll joining us next week too
    xoxo BA

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  6. WOW! Such a fabulous card Ujjwal!
    Wonderful tulips and a beautiful backround.

    Thanks so much to joining us at fun with shapes and more.

    Hugs
    Swantje

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  7. you have some wonderful ideas...
    keep up the great work!
    xxx lynx

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  8. Beautiful pretty tulip card, pretty colours too...thanks for joining us at Cupcake this week :) Donna x

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  9. what a lovely card thanks for joining us at MTTC hugs x

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  10. So pretty and creative!! Great color combo, too!

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  11. Fabulous simple creation, love it. You did a great job with our challenge this week at Cupcake

    Hugs
    Victoria
    x

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  12. another lovely card
    Thanks for joining us at TG
    Love Sarah W XXX

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  13. Thanks for joining us again at TG with this pretty card.

    Kat x

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  14. So beautiful LOVE the design and great colors!!Thanks so much for joining us at Inky Impressions!

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  15. Oh how pretty!! Love all the texture and the spring feel to this creation! Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions!

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  16. This is lovely! Thanks for joining us at Gingersnap Creations!

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  17. This is simply lovely! I love how you did those tulips, great job! Thank you for joining in the Inky Impressions Challenge!

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