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Birthday Treat!

Happy Friday people!! I am just popping in to share a layout I created for the Sketchy Thursday July GDT challenge.
The challenge is to use the sketch and bits of inspiration from the pictures given. For my layout, I picked the fun and bright colors from the cool popsicles and cupcake treat from the patriotic treats.




 Supplies: papers: Echo Park Papers(Playground, Walk in a park, Little Girl, Spring Time);embellishment: Element stickers from Echo Park Walk in a park, Springtime, Playground; star button from Gauche Alchemy, rhinestone from Pie Lane

This is a picture of our group in college during the 4th semester of my Master's. We were out celebrating the birthday treat of Venus (wearing the birthday cap in the picture above :D). Birthday Treats and movies were the most popular source of entertainment and fun back then :D

Hope you like it! Thank for visiting!

Comments

  1. This is such a fun layout ! Love it....bright and fun !

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  2. Wow! Such a bright and happy layout!!! Is that misting??? Cool! ;)

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  3. beautiful layout love how u used the different pattern papers.

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  4. Super fun,love all the stickers n papers:)

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  5. congrats ujjeal for being selected in the esteemed creation in icr.

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  6. Dear Ujjwal please accept the sweet blogger award from me
    Sonia
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  7. This is so sweet, Ujjwal! I love those strips of paper, the stitching and the splotches. Great photo, too!

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  8. Loveeeeeeeeeeeee this! I loveeeeeeeeeee that photo, the paint, the colors!! GORGEOUS! Thanks sooooooooooooo much for playing along with Sketchy Thursdays! :) :):):):):):):):):):):):)

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  9. Love it! This is so bright and fun!

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  10. wow.. beautiful layout... simply loveeeeeeeeeee it.

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