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Challenges galore!!

Hope your Sunday is going as well as mine!! Today me and my DH completed 3 beautiful months of married life and we have a little celebration planned for the evening *wink* .

And the card I am sharing now is a very special one because I am completely in love with it :) and I played a number of challenges also. I used the sketch over at Taylored Expression Sketch #130, color Orange from the Fashionista Friday #49, color Brown from smArt-Word Challenge, colors from FTTC86 - green, brown, orange, cream, Speedy the Cat's Friends Challenge#23 - button and bow and the Hero Arts Weekend Challenge WCMD2010 of using your favorite colors(Go over and play and you might get lucky to win some awesome Hero Arts Stamps).


I used my newly bought smART rubber stamp for this card. I cut out the circle above the owl's head and placed a yellow paper beneath. The edges of the cream paper is torn and distressed with a black ink. I finished it with a green button and twine bow.

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

*Updated* - This card got featured on Practical Scrappers - Distressed Cards Showcase.


Item Id#1159
Price: $1.25 



Comments

  1. Great masculine card! Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!

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  2. Very cool card!! I love the inky edges and the owl stamp! Great job with the TE sketch! ♥♥♥

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  3. Happy Anniversary to you and your husband, Ujjwal! ♥ Your card is stunning! I love the rich colours and textures.

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  4. Aw, you are newly-weds! How lovely! Enjoy your "special" night. I love that card you created, the image is fantastic, and I like the sting you put round it too. Very nice indeed.
    Hugs, Teresa xxx

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  5. What a wonderful autumn card with your owl and moon!!

    Thank you so much, Ujjwal, for sharing this great card with the Friends of Speedy the Cat in this week's buttons and bows challenge!!

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  6. What an elegant card! Love the moon! So clever!

    Congrats on 3 months of wedded bliss!:)

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  7. beautiful card....and congrats dear...

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  8. wow!! This is so gorgeous! loved the torn & inked edges

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  9. Очень нравится твой блог, награды для тебя.
    http://natalia.blohina.blog.tut.by/2010/10/04/nagrada/

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  10. my dear.... this is just gorgeous. Love the colours.. love the shadows.. :)

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  11. Wonderful guy card!! Love the look!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Speedy's Friends!

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  12. That owl is an awesome image!! Great colors here too! Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!

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  13. Lovely card.... hope you and your DH had a lovely evening :-)

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  14. Love the card! Love the owl! Love that you tied it in with October's smART-Word Challenge!

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  15. fantastic card! both elegant and a little bit spooky! thanks for playing along with us at the Shoe!

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  16. your owl is fabulous! i love it! Thanks for joining us at If the Shoe fits....SCRAP IT! this week!

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