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Pretty Kathleen (Item Id#1112)

Good Morning everybody!!

Just a quick post to share a card I made yesterday. I used the free image from Katherine at Countless Joy. She was inspired by her daughter to create this image. Isn't that lovely??

I used the sketch over at Delightful Sketches.
Hope Katherine and Kathleen likes and you all like it too!!


  1. Nice card, Ujjwal... and lovely coloring.

  2. beautiful!!!.. wow!!.. awesome!!.. w did u make the scallop borders.. straight nd for the circle?.. :D

  3. Really pretty card, nice how you made the flowers.:)) And the image is cute too.
    Thanks for joining DS.


  4. Beautiful the colour combo and image..
    Mandy xx

  5. A gorgeous card, lovely dp and flowers. Thanks for joining us at Delightful Sketches and Challenges.

    Julie x

  6. Thanks for joining us at Delightful Sketches and challenges with this adorable card
    Anne x

  7. Wow! this is an adorable card! love those round flowers and gosh! those lil red sequins around Kathleen image love it love it love it!

    Thank you so much for using my image... goodluck!


  8. very pretty card... thanks for sharing the image:)


  9. Beautiful card, love the flowers. thanks for joining us at Delightful Sketches & Challenges

  10. hey ujjwal...again a b'ful card...
    i jus hv 1 ques..was d bkgrd sketch designed by you...its awesome dear...!!!

  11. This is so darling! I love your little paper pretty! Thanks for playing along with us at Delightful Sketches and Challenges!


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