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Happy Sunday people and I hope its a happy day for you all!!
Today I am sharing something that has been pending for long and i.e. flaunting my Echo Park Papers :D I really wanted to showcase the bright and beautiful papers but had been busy sick for the past week and finally when I got tim yesterday night, I pulled it up. I am playing the Get Sketchy Challenge#75 (only I turned the circles in the sketch to squares...don't know what I was thinking :D) and the colors of OTWC#26 

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; Papers: Echo Park;Embellishments: Echo Park Element Stickers , Jenni Bowlin buttons
I used some fun papers and stickers from two Echo park lines - Little Girl and A walk in the park. The chipboard flowers are a gift from Y. which I paper pieced and accented with Jenni Bowlin buttons.
I also decided to enter the Catered Crop Recipe Challenge 6 where I picked the following ingredients -
Patternr – Go Crazy with Patterns!
Techniques – mixing patterns
Shapes – Square
Colors – Anything Goes! Mix and match, try some black accents





P.S. If you want to be the proud owner of these beautiful papers, email me. The discount of 10% is valid throughout this month.

I have some fun things in store for you next week, keep watching!!


Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. Such a fun card Ujjwal! I have been strugling to do a frame card sorta thing. I just cant get the measurements right. I think i just might have to buy a paper trimmer/guillotine. The pp looks fun and sweet. How many pages are there in a pad btw?

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  2. Cool cad ...loved your take on the sketch

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  3. this is super fun card with bright colours!! :)loved it

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  4. Lovely card. I love this technique.. it has that very homemade to it .. :)

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  5. I love this card! Is there any way you can share how you made the frames? Thanks so much!

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  6. fab card ujwal,love the frame:))

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  7. Oh it's wonderful! I love it! I love your take on our challenge and how you made it your own. Thank you so much for playing along with Catered Crop.

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  8. That is surely gorgeous & colorful..... Hugs))))

    Ash...
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  9. loved the frame luk! so pretty are the colours. All about sunshine and fun!

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  10. What a fun card - love the colors and the design! Thanks for joining us this week at GS! :)

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  11. Very unique...I like the folding technique at the corners of the frame.

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  12. beautiful colors..I still am hugging those papers..still can't take my scissors anywhere near them!

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  13. Oh wow! Love the bright colours and the mix of patterned papers! Good to know that you've been using your supplies and not hoarding! ;)

    Thanks for joining us at Get Sketchy! :)

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  14. I love how you worked the sketch with the squares! Thanks for linking up your card this week to OTWC and Good Luck!

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  15. Oh wow! I LOVE these bright happy colors. CUTE card!!

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  16. Love the creative idea of using square! Love the pp. So bright n cheery card :)

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  17. So fun! Love the way you, mixed the patternes! Thanks for playing along at Catered Crop this week!

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  18. This card totally rocks my dear!!! Thanks for playing at OTWC this week!!!!

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  19. I love your folded frames of colorful papers. Such a bright and fun card. Thanks for playing along with OTWC.

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  20. What fun little frames with such happy colors!

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  21. hey congrats for winning at get sketchy, well deserved I must say!

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