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Rainbow & smile!

I love the rainy season and looking at the rain fall makes me smile and that is how I interpreted the current challenge at ICR#5 - Rain with the twist of decorating the envelop/inside of the card . I picked up the theme and colors from Embellish Magazine Rainbow Color Challenge and the sketch over at Lawnscaping challenge#12 and created this.


Here it is with the envelope 


Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; Embellishments: Mulberry Roses, Twine from the Twinery, 

Love those mulberry flowers, they are a delight to look at :) The sentiment is handwritten.

I hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. How brilliant and beautiful.!

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  2. That's a fabulously striking card- both colour and design. Brilliant!Priya Venkat

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  3. Just a perfect card for me..... loving it of course. xx

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  4. so very lovely,what an unusual and striking idea.love it

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  5. Those flowers look gorgeous!! at first I thought they were gem stones!! and then they were flowers!! beautiful...now I want some!! :)
    Love the handwritten sentiment, and the scallop border..very defined!!

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  6. thats a superb card!!! so bright and happy!

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  7. This is a seriously beautiful card Ujjwal! Those flowers are something else! :) Great touch with the hand written sentiment too!

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  8. I am speechless...what a fab interpretation...loved it completely

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  9. Its really really lovely... Love all those flowers... so bright and cheerful card... amazing...

    Love n wishes,
    Priya.

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  10. bright and beautiful! loved the blooms

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  11. Oh my gosh, this is beautiful! TFS =)

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  12. So bright and fun! I love what you did with my Lawnscaping sketch :)

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  13. its a complete wowie..... love the colours!!!

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  14. Wow! So very pretty Ujjwal! :)

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  15. nice!! Love the way yo have arranged flowers! :D

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  16. Wow. So bright and cheery. How can anyone not smile at this?

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  17. WOW!.. such a happy card!.. love all the flowers!.. wow! :D

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  18. aww shoo cute! I was thinking of doing something rainbow too for the challenge... but we had no electricity over here... hence no crafting.

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  19. Wowwwwwwww, Mulberry Roses are so cute....

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  20. sucha brilliant take on the rainbow...
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  21. So beautiful! I have linked this up on Practical Scrappers!

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  22. Ok, SMILE is exactly what I did when I first saw this card! Such a great idea! So glad you joined us for the Embellish Color Trends Challenge! :)

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