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A week in cards - day 6

Happy Saturday!! I hope you are enjoying the weekend as much as I am. This will be a quick post as I am heading out for some shopping :)

It's day 6 of our AWIC event and here's a card I made for the Hero Arts March Challenge - Birthdays, Stamped envelops and layering technique and Craft Away Your Days Challenge#15 - Black and White.


Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano! ; stamps: Hero Arts (CL384 - Floral Frames, CL401 - Speckled Ornaments, CL372 - Oceans of Joy); ink: Momento Tuxedo Black; Gauche Alchemy punchinella;

I have very limited Hero Arts Stamp (only 4 sets to be precise) so I make the best use of whatever I have on hand to enter their monthly challenges to be in the chance for winning some more :D (who knows I might get lucky some day :D) . For this card, I used some punchinella as mask and sponged with black ink and then stamped over it. I didn't have an appropriate sentiment stamp from HA to go with this card so I cut down the sentiment from Oceans of Joy set and created my own sentiment (clever...huh?).





Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!! 




Comments

  1. i love black and white cards! This one is one of my favs! LOVE those big polka dots! Really LOVE those! lol

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  2. Pretty card, the centre stamp is lovely. Thanks for taking part in the CYDA challenge xx

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  3. Cute..add this card in the flickr gallery and tag it as 50grand. There's a new prize for it.
    BTW, this is simply superb..and stop complaining..at least you've got four..I've got one and there are many who've got none!! :D

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  4. Very nicely done! Looks awesome! :) Need to learn more techniques from you! More videos please! :)

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  5. loved the masking,and the colors rock!!

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  6. Pretty creation dear. Love the idea of B/W.

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  7. A wonderful card, love all the stamping.

    Thank you for joining us for our black and white challenge over at CYDA.

    Hugs

    Joanne xx

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  8. you have done a B/W card with stamping so neatly,i would have messed it up i think,lol.Lovely:)

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  9. LOL, I can't stop laughing over Tejal's comment. She's right though - be sure to tag this card in the Hero Arts Flickr Gallery! I'm amazed at how you constantly come up with such creative designs, Ujjwal, as well as the beautiful papers you have access to! I only had four Hero Arts sets, too, 'til I won in January. Now I have eight. Teehee. I have no doubt you'll be winning something soon!

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  10. Fabulous card! It's simple but makes an impact.

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  11. wow, love your CAS card.......love all ur innovative stamping techniques......n thanks to u I have also got addicted to stamping!

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  12. Nice work Ujjwal! Lovely details and eye-catching!

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