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Weekend is just around the corner and I am excited because the weather is great with the rain pouring in and weekend would be ideal for a small getaway with DH :)

Today I am sharing a card using the colors from Color Cue {16} and the inspiration comes from the Tuesday Trigger at Moxie Fab World. I was so excited those colorful spools of thread because I knew my recently purchased Lawn Fawn Sew Lovely set has a cute spool stamp :D

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Lawn Fawn (Sew lovely,Smitty's ABC),; ink: Momento (Tuxedo Black), Unity Co. (French lilac);  Embellishments: Maya Road Chipboards (Brackets),embroidery floss

For this card, I stamped the spool on craft paper, cut it out and wrapped the embroidery floss around them. Then I stamped the needle from the same set and inserted it in the spool. For the sentiment, I masked of lovely and used the alphabet stamp set to add Crafty.  To finish off the card, I added brackets from Maya Road.  And with all the spool of threads and a needle, this card fits perfectly for the I'm Sew Excited! Challenge in the Moxie Fab World.
 
Here is a closeup of the lovely spools


And before I sign off, I wanted to thank all of you for the tremendous response on my Guest Blogger post at Do More With Less. Your feedback and appreciation really means a lot to me.

I would love for you to play along my challenge. Please remember that you can use any kind of embossing - dry or wet. And here is a small tip if you do not have embossing powder or cuttlebug, you can scor your paper to achieve embossing. Check out my card here using the same technique. I hope you got the hint. *wink*

Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. Sooo cute ! Perfect fit for the challenges !

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  2. Such a lovely idea. I have not seen this idea before. Very creative Ujjwal .
    Congrats on being featured as designer.
    Does parchment embossing qualify for the challenge?If so I would love to make a parchment card

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  3. this is so perfect ,loved ur idea of making the spool and wrapping thread around it.

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  4. This is another winner! sure shot winner!! Love that blue CS...simply stated, its a super super card!!!

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  5. Beautiful! VERY VERY cute too! You are on a roll girl, creating gold!

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  6. This is so beautiful!! Loved the colour splash! & the way that needle is pinned..

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  7. super cute card!.. love the colourful spools!.. :D
    you are so lucky.. there was a recent shower here but now its just too hot to handle here in Delhi! :\
    Have fun! :)

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  8. Sew cute card.
    Btw i love your blog header:))

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  9. adorable card....love it dear...love the colors..

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  10. How creative!. Really love this one.

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  11. This looks awesome Ujjwal! Just brilliant! :)

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  12. Really adorable! I love the felt brackets.

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  13. This is adorable, Ujjwal! I love the way you pinned the needle into the thread.

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  14. Super cute design and the colors are PERFECT! Great job!

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  15. So cute - those spools ARE lovely, and I love the customized sentiment :)

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  16. Hey Ujjwal! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  17. Hey Ujjwal! Thanks also for linking up to the I'm Sew Excited! challenge in the Moxie Fab World! :)

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  18. This is ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE!!! LOVE love LOVE how you made all these colors pop!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at WPlus9 Design.

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  19. Wow what a great card, it's very inspiring and original.

    Feebsy

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  20. Absolutely perfect! I'm swooning over that row of spools! Thank you so much for playing along with our Color Cue this month!

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