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You are sew lovely!

A quick post to share a card before I miss some more deadlines of my favorite challenges :)

This is a card inspired by Vicky's gorgeous card for the Lily Pad Inspiration Challenge#2. I am also following the Clean & Simple approach for Lawnscaping challenge #11 and using the colors from Color Cue {15}. 
I am also entering this for Wee Memories Challenge #59 - Anything Goes


Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Maya Road (Geometric Designs), Lawn Fawn(Sew Lovely); ink: Unity Momento (Tuxedo Black), Colorbox (white); Papers: Echo Park (Dots & Stripes Candy Shoppe) Embellishments: Pie Lane (self adhesive flower), Baker's Twine (Lemon drop)

Updated: The idea for the twine frame is from my good friend Emily of Art from the Heart. She is so inspiring and full of new ideas.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


Comments

  1. I love how all the elements are tied together so nicely. The sewing theme is really popular and I can see why.

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  2. this is sooooooo pretty....

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  3. Super super cute...love the colours and how the background just is just perfect !

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  4. How cute is this? I especially love your twined frame! Super cute! Thanks for joining us at Lawnscaping!!!!

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  5. Very pretty!!love ur use of twines:))

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  6. How lovely!!! Love how you used the twine!:)

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  7. very very very cute! LOVE everything about this Ujjwal!

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  8. Can see you are on a twine phase! :) Lovely card!

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  9. very prettyy card.. loved twine frame

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  10. one of your best cards!! have seen this stamp an u used it so imaginatively :) loved the outcome!

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  11. VERY cute. The twine around the outside and the little accent on the dress!

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  12. Loved the twine frame and the card is way too cute..

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  13. Very pretty card! Love the splashes of color.

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  14. Wow spirella designs. I needed some inspiration on how to use them.

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  15. It has come out looking super elegant and chic. Loved the card you gave to romina too the ribbon flowers are super

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  16. This card is so sweet! I love how you added the twine to the dressform, it looks fabulous =) TFS!

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  17. fab card!.. love the dress!.. and the frame idea rocks! :)

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  18. LOVE what you've done with that twine frame, girl! And your dress form is absolutely perfectly dressed! Thanks so much for playing along with our Color Cue this month!

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  19. That twine frame is just darling! Totally sets off this sweet card. Thanks so much for playing with us at Lawnscaping!

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  20. This is gorgeous, Ujjwal! I love the twine frame! Thank you for the shoutout. ;)

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  21. This is so wonderful! I love how you pieced together the dress (I want a dress with those polka dots in real life for sure)! The twine adds a wonderful border as well. I'm going to have to try that on a card soon. Thank you for joining us over at Lawnscaping this week!

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  22. The twine frame looks great - lovely card :)

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  23. What a FUN design! I love how you paper-pieced the dress form, so sweet. That twine border is so clever and perfectly finishes this wonderful card!
    Thanks for playing with us at Lily Pad Cards.

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  24. Love this card! The twine all around and the little bows at the end! So cute! and great paper piecing! Thanks for playing with us at lily pad cards.

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  25. Congrats on your win! :) Seems like you are on a roll now! Great going! :)

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  26. This is fabulous!! I love how you've used the twine to frame the images...such a great idea!! And the paper pieced dressform is fab!!

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  27. What a super creative way to add the twine. This card is so pretty and girly. I love it!
    I'm so glad you joined us at the Lawnscaping challenge. :)

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  28. I love what you have done! Love that twine frame!
    Thanks so much for playing at Wee Memories.

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