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...And I'm back (with a winner!)

Hello people, I am so happy to be back..not that I didn't enjoy my vacation but there's no place like home and ofcourse I was missing you all :D

Lot of things...lot of happy things happened while I was gone and I want to share them with you today.

First up I won the Wee Memories Scrappy Saturday Challenge#56 with my "10 Things I love about" card and I was so happy when Tejal messaged me to tell the happy news..thanks sweetie :)

 
Next I won Alice's stitching challenge at Yvonne's blog with my "Walk in a park" Layout. How cool is that? Thanks Alice for selecting me to be the winner :)

Wondering what's next? Well, next are all your awesome cards and sweet little gifts you lovely people sent me for my birthday. I felt like a small girl opening up so many presents and brimming with excitement :D

In no particular order..
                             Super cute dimensional flower card sent by Bhavana. She was so thoughtful for
                             sending it in advance because she knew she would be out of town on my birthday.

                            Fabulous birthday card along with a gorgeous quilled frame sent by Kavitha

                           Beautifully embossed card accompanied with a fun little mini album sent by Spardha

                            Wonderfully colored card on behalf of ICR and DPs along with a lovely tag sent
                              by Sudha (Tag has already found its place in the book I am currently reading :))

     Stunning card along with lot of bling goodies sent by Tejal. I love the fact that she planned it in such a way that I received the package on my birthday itself...love ya girl :)

Super fabulous card and goodies from my super talented friend Emily. Love the way she wrote my name on the envelope :)

Not only this but I want to thank all of you for sending me emails and messages and wishing me on FB. This was the BEST BIRTHDAY ever  :) Big hugs to all of you.
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Winner of the birthday treat is.............

Priya Mohan

Congratulations!! Please e-mail me at ujjwal.handmadewithlove@gmail.com to claim your prize.
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I will be back soon with some crafty share...I promise :)

Thanks for visiting!


Comments

  1. A very good haul Ujjwal.. I love birthdays myself...:D... And congratulations Priya...!!

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  2. belated hapy bday ujjawal :)
    so many HANDMADE gifts..wow...

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  3. congrats ujjwal.... and congrats priya...
    i have a started a blog
    http://vcraft.blogspot.com/
    included ur blog link in my sidebar
    pls do have a look at my blog..

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  4. wow!!! lovely cards and congrats on the winnings

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  5. Wow....u r really lucky..!! Pretty collection of cards u got there !

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  6. Welcome back and congratulations on both your wins :)

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  7. Congratulations on your wins, Ujjwal! Thanks for sharing all your birthday goodies. It looks like you have a lot to play with now once you are all settled! ;D

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  8. Thank you Ujjwal..and Congrats to you on your winnings!:)..you make really awesome cards/projects:)

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